Herman Brame Sr. was one of Portland ’s early African American Entrepreneurs. He settled in Vanport after serving in World War 2 in the late 1940’s. As a Barber and visionary he establishes Cherry St. Barber Shop. Later he opened Tillamook St. Barbershop and the current salon/ barber shop which has been renamed as Studio Six Nine Hair Design. Herman Brame passed away April 28th 2004, Herman is survived by his wife Earnestine Brame and four children. Herman L. Brame, Rickey M. Brame, Sandra M. Brame and E. Louise Brame – Spears. The Brame family is continuing to keep their fathers dream alive. Today, Studio Six Nine Hair Design is under the ownership of Rickey Brame and daughter Cher’e Nichole. The number one goal is to continue the legacy of a successful black owned entity and carry that legacy to the generations of the future. The Stylists at the salon are currently offering the newest and most innovative styles, cuts, hair coloring and hair weaving to the community in a friendly and comfortable, safe & sanitized environment that feels like home.
Herman Brame Sr.
Ricky Brame Sr.