Rohr Aircraft Memories
a website for Rohr Retirees and Former Employees
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Welcome to the “Rohr Aircraft Memories” website. This website project was created in the spring of 2006. The purpose of this website is to collect memories – stories, photographs, and history – from those that worked at Rohr Aircraft/Rohr Industries, Inc. in Riverside, California, but it quickly expanded to include all Rohr plants. Rohr, Inc. was acquired by The BF Goodrich Company in December of 1997. Recently Goodrich merged with UTC. The website came about from an interest in reconnecting former Rohr employees with each other. The resulting collection of interviews and information are reflections of those that lived and worked at Rohr since the company was founded in 1940.
Do you have a story to share? Is there someone special that you would like to see included in the website?
Please send your photographs and stories to Sue at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to include them on the website. Please include any information about the people in the photograph, including the year take, names, and Rohr plant/facility.
Do you have any old issues of Rohr News, Rohr Magazine or AeROHRcrafters that you would like to unload? Or any other Rohr publications? We would love to take them off of your hands!
Thanks for visiting!
The Rohr Aircraft Memories website is owned by Sue Poole.
Opinions expressed on these pages are not necessarily those of the site owner.
All content is ©2006-2020 Sue Poole unless otherwise credited or a vintage reprint.
Last updated: 06-16-2020