FEI announces 2007 graduates
NRCA's Future Executives Institute (FEI), a three-year
educational program designed to develop the management and
leadership skills of future and current roofing company leaders,
has announced its graduates for 2007. Following are FEI's 2007 graduates:
Scott Baxter, vice president
of CRS Inc., Monroe, N.C.
Patrick Bollinger, projec t field administrator for Magco
Inc., Jessup, Md., a Tecta America company
Erica Campbell, vice president of RL Campbell Roofing Co.
Inc., Jacksonville, Fla.
Chris Colbert, vice president of Colbert Roofing Corp.,
Wesley Cone, general manager for RoofTech Roofing &
Sheet Metal, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Timothy Curtin, project manager and safety director for
Statewide Roofing Inc., Islip, N.Y.
John Embow, vice president of Grove Roofing Services Inc.,
Jeffrey Engen, president of BAC Construction Services LLC,
Michael Gaulin, vice president of Magco Inc., Jessup, a
Tecta America company
Will Gooding, secretary/treasurer of Gooding, Simpson &
Mackes Inc., Ephrata, Pa.
Kerk Johnson, sales/project manager for Schwickert's Inc.,
Mankato, Minn., a Tecta America company
Bradley Jones, owner of B.R. Jones Roofing Co., Stratham,
Christian Madsen, vice president of Madsen Roof Co. Inc.,
Elliott Magnuson, roof asset manager for The Garland Co.
Matthew McDermott, vice president of Academy Roofing &
Sheet Metal Co., Des Moines, Iowa
Mark Moran, sales manager for Knickerbocker Roofing and
Paving Co. Inc., Harvey, Ill.
Richard Myers, vice president of James Myers Co. Inc.,
Robert Ruff, vice president of Ruff Roofers Inc.,
Shelley Metzler, vice president of Interstate Roofing Inc.,
Brandon Smith, project manager for Tip Top Roofers Inc.,
Josh Steinrock, vice president of American Roofing &
Metal Co. Inc., Louisville, Ky.
David Taylor II, vice president of F.A. Taylor & Son
Jason Tetterton, assistant project manager for Curtis
Construction Co. Inc., Kinston, N.C.
Matthew Willis, estimator and project manager for Krupnik
Brothers Inc., Glen Burnie, Md.
FEI provides basic business information, current
industry topics, leadership and personal-development opportunities,
and team-building exercises. Courses are taught by Evanston,
Ill.-based Northwestern University professors, industry leaders and
field experts, and class size is limited to 30 roofing
professionals to facilitate in-depth conversations and class
relationships during the...
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