Longtime Home Building Advocate Dies after Battling Cancer

Jerry Rouleau, 62, involved in the housing industry as an advocate, speaker, consultant, author, and builder for decades, died after a battle with cancer in Hartford, Connecticut, March 15.  An active member of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), he spoke often at their International Builder Shows.  In addition, he was the founder of BuilderRadio and the Selling More Homes Podcast, and inspired thousands through his numerous seminars and workshops about selling homes.  He received several prestigious awards for his residential marketing and industry support.  After his wife died 10 years ago, he built a 3,100 square foot home complete with three-car garage, landscaped and fenced yard, and car in the driveway, on a barge that toured seven cities on the East Coast.  Jan’s House of Hope raised over $15 million to promote cancer awareness.

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