Roofing has been an integral part of James’ life since 1984. He started his long career applying hot tar to flat roofs, but once he discovered his knack for laying shingles, he poured his time and energy into becoming an expert. By 1997, he was working for himself, busy with making bids and providing customers with the quality shingle roofs for which he has become famous. As a competitor with deep respect for James’ workmanship, Russell brought him on as one of Taylor-Made Roofing’s first employees. He has been an estimator and a core member of our team ever since. You can usually find him running around town helping the community with their roofing needs and finding the best material at the right price for our customers.
When James is not on the job, he is serving our veterans as first Vice-Commander of the Am Vets post 114 and working hard to create new programs that benefit veterans in need. He has been married for 16 years and is a father of 1 daughter, 3 step daughters, and a step son.
Ask me about: Am Vets post 114; my motorcycle; funny stories about Lenny.