Does the apple fall not far from the tree in operations research? Who are well-known Parent/Child pairs in operations research? I can't claim this: my father was a chemist and my son, at fifteen, has not yet caught the OR bug.
In Montreal we have Louis M Rousseau whose father Jean Marc Rousseau was also a professor until he quit academua to start his own company (GIRO).
From Chile there is Gabriel Weintraub, professor at Stanford and the son of Andres Weintraub.
From Brazil, there's Daniel Aloise, professor at PolyMtl, the son of Dario Aloise from Natal RN.
John D.C. Little, of $L = \lambda W$ fame : father
John N. "Jack" Little https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_N._Little and https://www.mathworks.com/company/aboutus/founders/jacklittle.html, President and co-founder of The Mathworks (MATLAB): son
Jack received degrees (S.B. from M.I.T.) in Electrical Engineering. Given that when I was accepted into the M.I.T. O.R. Ph.D. program, I was assigned to the Electrical Engineering (course 6) department, and in light of Jack's role in the development of MATLAB, which is heavily used in O.R., being second only to Cleve Moler, I think we can consider Jack to be close enough to O.R. for government work.
There are Robert Tibshirani, the father of the LASSO, and his son Ryan Tibshirani. Even though they mainly work in statistics they also have made some valuable contributions to the OR-community such as the LASSO, several contributions in Machine Learning or this comparison of regression methods.
Only few of you may know Erik Demaine who is not only a computer science prodigy and artist, but so is his father, Martin. They publish together.
I learned of another one recently. Again depending on how broad your definition of "OR" is. There is Jim Orlin from MIT and his son Ben Orlin, of Math With Bad Drawings fame. (https://mathwithbaddrawings.com/)
ORMS Today published a story on this recently - "All in the family tree: INFORMS rich with O.R. legacies" - including Salah and Wedad Elmaghraby.