It is the end of an era. Roger Evenson, left, is officially retiring after more than five decades as "Hudson's plumber." His son Rick, right, took over running Evenson Plumbing in 2001 but has decided to close shop and continue working as a independent contractor. (Hudson Star-Observer photo by Meg Heaton)
Hudson's plumber Roger Evenson to retire
It is an unofficial title but you might call Roger Evenson "Hudson's plumber."
In 1958 Evenson took over Evenson Plumbing following the death of his father Palmer, who started the business ten years earlier.
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