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Roloson aims for small-firm mentality as president of LaBella (access required)

There was something about the concept of drawing lines on paper to create some sort of structure—a barn, a warehouse, a house, whatever—that Jeff Roloson always found compelling. Then again, while growing up in the Seneca County village of Waterloo, he couldn’t really avoid the process. His father, Raymond, owned a construction firm. Brewer Road General ...

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