• Hopkins Roofing

Meet our new Service and Sales Consultant, Jack!

Updated: Jun 15

It is an exciting week at Hopkins Roofing! We are happy to announce that we have recently welcomed Jack Shipley to the team!

Jack will manage our new service department while also guiding customers toward the best roof system for their business. He will be developing an effective service department strategy by expanding our roof maintenance offerings. We are so lucky to have Jack joining us!

Learn a little bit about Jack:

Where are you from? Where did you go to school?

I grew up in Chisago City, Minnesota, and later moved to Tipton, Iowa. In 2014, I graduated from Central College with a major in Exercise Science. During my time at Central, I played for the Dutch Football team and was an All-Conference Defensive End.

What will you be working on with Hopkins Roofing?

At Hopkins, I will be bringing my successful background in sales and service to the roofing industry. I will be working with our valued customers on anything with commercial roofing: sales, service, and maintenance plans. With our relational sales approach, I will work together with customers to provide them with the best roofing system plan to meet their building’s current and future needs.

What are you most excited about?

I am excited to be working directly with customers and contractors to come up with the best plan of action for their roof system. I am looking forward to becoming a positive resource for our customers at Hopkins Roofing!

Do you have a hidden talent? What is it?

I took a salsa dancing class at Central College and can still remember most of the dance moves. I would not do well on America's Got Talent.

Share a fun fact or favorite roofing memory!

My favorite roofing memories began when I started working as a commercial roofer during my college days. I would wake up at 5am to go workout for football and then head straight to the job site. I mostly worked on single-ply TPO installs. I enjoyed the views on tall buildings and working with my friends, it was always better if there was a good sunrise or sunset to start or end the day.