This morning we broke ground on our tenth rebuild from the Waldo Canyon fire in the Mountain Shadows area on the west side of Colorado Springs. We are looking forward to building a brand new custom home for John and Loretta Armstrong.

New home in Mountain Shadows breaking ground

(L-R): John & Loretta Armstrong and their son, Andy Stauffer

The Armstrongs lived in the Parkside neighborhood in the Mountain Shadows area, and their home was destroyed in the Waldo Canyon fire in summer of 2012, and we’re honored to be able to help them start to rebuild their lives, starting with their home. We used the Armstrong’s home as the inspiration for our Wetterhorn Peak floor plan. Loretta Armstrong was recently interviewed by NPR in the Sunday Weekend Edition on the victims of the Waldo Canyon fire.

About Ron Stauffer

Ron Stauffer has been building websites and marketing businesses on the web for over twelve years. He has certifications from Apple, Google, Rackspace, and Hubspot, and content he has written for clients has been featured in NBC National News, US News & World Report, Realtor.com, Builder Magazine, AmEx Open Forum, and other national publications. His professional motto is: "data wins arguments," and he uses data-driven marketing efforts to grow businesses online with proven ROI. He lives in the Boulder area in Colorado, with his wife and five children. Learn more about Ron Stauffer here.
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