SAGINAW, MICHIGAN --- Duro-Last® Roofing, Inc. announces the promotions of Shawn M. Sny and Jason P. Tunney to Vice Presidents of John R. Burt (JRB) Enterprises, which consists of Duro-Last® Roofing, Inc.; Plastatech® Engineering, Ltd.; Tri-City Vinyl®, Inc.; EXCEPTIONAL® Metals; and Creative Impressions® Printing, Silkscreen & Embroidery (all located in Saginaw, Michigan) as well as Oscoda Plastics®, Inc.; and TIP-TOP® Screw Manufacturing, Inc. (both located in Oscoda, Michigan).
Sny and Tunney are grandsons of the late John R. Burt, who founded the
companies in John R. Burt Enterprises.
In addition to continuing his work with the Duro-Last Sales Department,
Shawn M. Sny will be directing special projects within all the JRB companies.
“I am very grateful to be a part of the John R. Burt Enterprises,” said
Sny. “I am looking forward to helping our companies grow and flourish. New
product lines and more efficient manufacturing processes will continue to be implemented
so that we can better serve our valued customers.”
Prior to his promotion, Sny was the Division Manager for Duro-Last, and
also held the positions of District Regional Sales Manager and Sales
Jason P. Tunney will oversee the Duro-Last Legal Department
and focus on records retention; community relations; risk management; and
insurance and banking relationships for all the JRB companies.
"My grandfather built this business on outstanding customer service
and the highest quality products in the roofing industry,” said Tunney. “Our
current management team has successfully achieved those goals, and my
grandfather would be proud of the accomplishments of his companies. I am
honored to be joining our management team and committed to continuing those
core values that have made our family of companies so successful."
Tunney most recently served as Corporate Attorney at Duro-Last.
Additionally, he worked as a Quality Assurance Regional Manager and also in
Field Operations for the company.
Prior to joining Duro-Last, Tunney worked as an attorney in
the Cleveland office of Tucker Ellis & West LLP, where he defended cases in
the areas of toxic torts and maritime personal injury. He also served as an
assistant prosecuting attorney in Saginaw, Michigan.