During NRCA's 122nd Annual Convention in Las Vegas, The Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress announced the winners of its 2009 Most Valuable Player (MVP) Awards.  Chamberlin Roofing and Waterproofing superintendent, Jerroul McMellon, who is pictured on the right in this photo, was one of just 10 honored recipients.

Winners were formally honored and presented with awards during the NRCA cocktail and awards reception on Wednesday, February 4, 2009. The Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress' MVP Awards Program annually identifies and honors outstanding roofing workers. These individuals serve as role models and demonstrate higher work-related and personal goals to which others may aspire.

"Jerroul takes pride in his craft and industry," said Chamberlin Senior Project Manager Bob Edwards, "He leads by example and his actions have earned my deepest respect. He represents our company well and we are all proud of this well-deserved recognition."

Jerroul is a 10 year veteran of the roofing industry. He works with integrity and professionalism in the roofing department of Chamberlin's Houston location. He values the relationships he shares with both coworkers and clients and strives to keep his team motivated and on track for success on each project they undertake. Jerroul's work ethic and positive attitude are major contributions to the success of his crew and Chamberlin as a whole.

As an MVP award winner, Jerroul received two complimentary airfares and hotel accommodations during the Las Vegas convention. He also received a complimentary conference registration and exhibit hall pass, two tickets to the NRCA Cocktail and Awards Reception and a $100 American Express Gift Certificate.

Jerroul, along with his fellow MVP award winners from across the United States, was further recognized in Professional Roofing magazine, NRCA's For Members Only newsletter and on www.roofingindustryalliance.net.