D & D Roofing and Sheet Metal president Ken Dillon announced that Dove Woodward has been hired to fill the position of accounts payable for the company replacing Joan Rogers who has retired after 24 years of service with the company.
“We were sad to see Joan go,” said Dillon, “But I am very confident that Dove is going to be a very competent replacement. She has a extensive history of work in various accounting fields from not only accounts payable, but also billing, banking, accounts receivable and collections.”
Woodward is married and has three children.
Dillon also announced that Ron Page has returned to the company to assume the position of chief estimator/project manager.
‘We are glad to welcome Ron back,” explained Dillon. “His vast knowledge of the roofing business makes him a valuable addition once again to our team here at D & D. We lost Ron briefly when we were forced to shut down our northern California division where he was the manager.”
“When they closed their northern California operation,” said Page, “I went to work for another roofing company as its outside sales rep for northern California and Nevada before I had the opportunity to rejoin D & D.”
Page earned his journeyman roofer status in California in 1985 and then moved to Reno in 1997 where he went to work for the first time at D & D as a commercial project manager.