Part of disaster relief after Waldo Canyon fire is preventing next one

Mark Reese, left, and Mike Hausman stand on the deck of Reese's new home in Mountain Shadows on June 22, 2013. Hausman is chief financial officer of Campbell Homes, which rebuilt the Reese home. And Hausman was the managing partner of a family of developers that built Mountain Shadows in the 1980s. Reese and his wife, Joanie, lost their original home in the Waldo Canyon fire when flames explode down the canyon into Mountain Shadows on June 26, 2012, killing 2 and destroying 347 homes in what was Colorado's worst fire in terms of structural damage until the Black Forest Fire. Bill Vogrin / The Gazette
Mark Reese, left, and Mike Hausman stand on the deck of Reese's new home in Mountain Shadows on June 22, 2013. Hausman is chief financial officer of Campbell Homes, which rebuilt the Reese home. And Hausman was the managing partner of a family of developers that built Mountain Shadows in the 1980s. Reese and his wife, Joanie, lost their original home in the Waldo Canyon fire when flames explode down the canyon into Mountain Shadows on June 26, 2012, killing 2 and destroying 347 homes in what was Colorado's worst fire in terms of structural damage until the Black Forest Fire. Bill Vogrin / The Gazette
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