After Jason Serbu lost his home in the Marshall Fire he left retirement to design his own dream home, then started a new firm to build back his neighbors’ homes too.
SUPERIOR, Colo. — Trying to find a way to help – that’s the story of many who responded after the Marshall Fire destroyed more than 1,000 homes in Boulder County last December.
Jason Serbu survived the fire but lost his own home. He couldn’t sit on the sidelines while people in his community needed help.
The wildfire destroyed Serbu’s downtown Superior home, but he decided to look on the bright side.
“I finally had a chance to design the dream home my…
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