Where the Air Gets Thin

Working in the Rocky Mountains opens the doors for a contractor who built a startup plumbing operation into a diverse and profitable enterprise
Where the Air Gets Thin

As the son of a plumber who had worked for his father as a youngster, Bob Rasnick decided in 1993 to open Freedom Sewer and Drain in Oak Creek, Colo. With his wife, Melinda Gorman, as a partner, he started with a small cable machine, offering basic residential services.


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