"Dedication" is one of the first words that springs to mind when
hearing George Denton's co-workers talk about him. Denton,
superintendent for the service division at Supreme Systems Inc.,
Dallas, works not only in all types of weather but also at all
times of day.
"George is the first one here and last to leave," says Craig
Rainey, service manager for Supreme Systems. "He comes in on
weekends and after hours when we've got tornadoes, hurricanes and
hail. He comes to work every day giving 110 percent."
That dedication is part of the reason Denton recently won
Professional Roofing's annual Best of the Best Award, an
extension of The
Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress' Most
Valuable Player (MVP) Awards co-sponsored by OMG Roofing
Products Inc., Agawam, Mass.
"George Denton has excelled in many positions during the 16
years he has worked for Supreme Systems, and in every role he
demonstrated an extraordinary work ethic and overall commitment to
customer satisfaction," says Josh Kelly, vice president and general
manager of OMG Roofing Products and a member of the MVP Task Force.
"He started in a service truck and worked his way up to
superintendent of the maintenance department. Whether managing
hailstorm response or coordinating rooftop service, George always
is dependable, efficient and ready to help. He has the attitude and
commitment we all picture when we consider the best of the
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