One of three (3) founding partners of the original Pyramid Roofing, Jerry has been a vital part of the team since inception in August of 1986.
Jerry was a silent partner in the early years as he wrapped up his professional career with Edison Plastics Company. After transferring from Marshall College where he was a pitcher on the baseball team, Jerry earned a degree in Chemical Engineering from WVU in 1955. He is still a proud Mountaineer and has the sticker on the bumper of his vehicle and the flag on his back porch that leaves know doubt where his loyalty lies.
In 1997, Jerry stepped on board full time with Pyramid Roofing following his retirement from a successful career in the plastics industry. Known for his conservative, cautious style, he could always be counted on for keeping a keen eye on managing expenses and cutting unnecessary costs. Jerry has been the financial backbone of Pyramid Roofing for many years.
He may now be “semi-retired” but don’t think a day goes by without Jerry coming into the office to check on things. You can count on Jerry and his pleasant presence every single day. He still has an eye on the money and is always there for sound, solid advice. Jerry does not obey the “no shorts” office dress code but at age 80, hey, who’s saying anything!
On behalf of the entire staff at Pyramid Roofing, we all wish you a Happy Birthday! – We appreciate you!