About Us

By Husbands For Husbands was created out of necessity.

The founders, Gerry Baron and Steve Worthy, had been accused by their wives of not being romantic for many years.

Gerry who had been married for nearly 20 years finally decided to be intentional about romance. He started to pay attention to the things his wife said that she liked and writing them down. Then to make it more interesting, he began to research new and different things to do around town. As he found something new, he would write it down and then plan to do it with his wife. Gerry did this for two years and began to notice that his wife was becoming more intimate with him.

As Gerry would talk to other men including Steve, he would tell them about some of the things that he had done with his wife and the results that he got. Several months of getting requests for suggestions led Gerry to develop a service that would be available to help husbands in this critical area of their lives.

Every husband struggles to keep his marriage fresh and exciting. Gerry and Steve want to relieve you of the burden of scheduling planning for romance into your calendar. Let By Husbands For Husbands do all the work while you reap the benefits.

Introducing By Husbands For Husbands

About Gerry Baron - Founder, President & CEO View Gerald

Gerry has been married since August 1987 and has two children. He has invested a lot into his marriage and family, and believes in taking intentional steps to enrich his marriage. Some of the things he has done over the years include:

  • Reading books on marriage;
  • Attending marriage and family seminars and classes;
  • Seeking professional marriage counseling;
  • Participating in accountability relationships with other men;
  • Joining men's discipleship and study groups;
  • Choosing to deliberately plan each date night with his wife so that it is memorable.

His many experiences provide him with a wealth of knowledge that he wants to share with other husbands.

About Steve Worthy - Founder, Vice President View Gerald

Steve has been married since 1999. He has also worked on his marriage. Steve met Gerry through a men's discipleship group. They developed a friendship that evolved into a business relationship. Early on in Steve’s marriage he was not the most romantic guy and had to learn that the art of romance does not always involve SEX. Sorry guys, I know it’s a tough pill to swallow, but its very true. Steve has been learning how to master this concept. In an effort to strengthen his marriage Steve has been involved with:

  • Reading books on marriage;
  • Attending marriage and family seminars and classes;
  • Seeking professional marriage counseling;
  • Participating in accountability relationships with other men;
  • Joining men's discipleship and study groups.