John Frohling, a pioneer winemaker in California, achieved great success in the wine business. He collaborated with Charles Kohler to launch one of America’s most beloved wine brands.
Today, a great-great grandson of Kohler is continuing the company’s legacy. He plans to steadily grow his winery and honor Kohler’s memory.
Early Life and Education
Children learn a great deal from their parents during the early years of life. This is their primary education, but they also require physical stimulation and active socialization with others to flourish.
Research suggests that brain development occurs most rapidly during early childhood, making it especially essential for children to access quality early childhood education programs.
Unfortunately, early education is not widely accessible in many countries around the world – especially for children from low-income families.
Frohling was an accomplished athlete and accomplished in many areas such as tennis, golf, coaching and business. He was known for his fierce competitive nature and willingness to try new things.
He began his professional tennis career as a top-flight player at Murray State, going undefeated in three years of varsity tennis and earning him an All-American selection. After graduation he joined Georgia Tech’s tennis program where he won two national championships and served as team co-captain.
He then built a successful court construction company and coached winning junior tennis teams. His leadership abilities were recognized, earning him the USTA Southern Section’s prestigious Volunteer of the Year award in 2012. In short, his most significant contributions to tennis have been as player, coach, and volunteer.
John Frohling was a renowned attorney who practiced law in New Jersey for over fifty-eight years. A member of both the Bar Association of New Jersey and American Academy of Arts and Sciences, his professional work earned him numerous awards and honors. When not practicing law, John enjoyed playing golf and spending time with family at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, New York; where he also belonged. Tragically, on August 15, 2014 at age 97 John passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his wife Hannah as well as five sons and stepdaughter; all survived him but one. He was buried in Liberty, South Dakota at age 97.