A Hands-On Team
W. Wayne Enroughty Jr.
Wayne Enroughty – the “son” in W.W. Enroughty & Son – graduated from Hampden-Sydney College in 1984 with a bachelor’s degree in business economics. He joined forces with his father and brought a business mindset to his humble family company, setting the stage to take the organization to a whole new level. In addition to managing his current clients and projects, Wayne has taken on an advisory role to his sales and project management employees. He has always taken a hands-on approach to business, and he continues to generate sales and production at a high level.
Jean S. Enroughty
Jean Enroughty is a University of Richmond alumna with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Accounting. She is a certified public accountant with more than 30 years of experience. Jean began her career at Ernst & Young before venturing into the small business world.
Price Enroughty – the family's 3rd generation in business – started with the company in 2008 as a seasonal helper in field operations. In 2013, he received a bachelor’s degree in small business management and entrepreneurship from East Carolina University, and he decided to join the family business as a project manager. Price has brought an entrepreneurial mindset to the company, which has helped rejuvenate site operations.
“Achieving strong business performance and keeping our company committed to and capable of carrying on our vision and values is of utmost importance as we continue to grow.” – Price Enroughty
Mark R. Anderson
Senior Sales Manager
Mark Anderson joined W.W. Enroughty in 1989 when he began working with Bill Enroughty Sr. as a painter’s helper. Bill took Mark under his wing and taught him the skills he needed to one day supervise a crew of his own. During Marks tenure with the company, he has progressed from helper to senior sales manager, and he now specializes in commercial and industrial sales estimating.
John H. Burke
VP Business Development
John Burke has been working in the coating industry since he graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1962. He has held management positions for multiple paint manufacturing companies, including M.A. Bruder & Sons and Devoe Paint. After 30 years of experience in paint manufacturing, John joined W.W. Enroughty to run its Tidewater Operation. Today he actively manages the Hampton Office, and he is very much involved with sales and production in the tidewater region.
William B. Chandler
Industrial & Commercial Sales/Estimating
Bill Chandler began his career in 1968 with a job at Modern Decorating, Inc., his family’s painting business, where he served as vice president, chief estimator and project manager. After selling his interest in the company in 1998, he became a freelance coatings estimator and consultant. In 2010, he joined W.W. Enroughty as a full-time estimator and project manager.
Shop Manager, Richmond
James “J.E.” Collins started with W.W. Enroughty & Son in 1993 as painter's helper. During his tenure in the field he specialized in industrial sand blasting and spray application coatings, along with epoxy flooring systems. In 1998, he was promoted to shop manager and brought with him a vast range of ability and field experience. Based in the Richmond location, J.E. manages all company assets such as vehicles, equipment and field employees, and he serves as the most direct liaison between management and field personnel.
Joseph P. Litz
Tidewater Office General Manager
Joe Litz is the Business Development and Quality Assurance Manager for our Virginia, Maryland, District of Columbia and North Carolina areas. A NACE coatings inspection technician with more than 30 years of experience in the industry, Joe’s primary duties include marketing, sales and operations activities. Prior to joining the company, he was the regional manager at KTA-Tator Inc., where he was in charge of sales development, marketing and supervision of field inspectors and consultants. He has also worked as an industrial coatings specialist for Sherwin-Williams, where he handled sales to large contractors, engineering firms, government and large corporations.
Michael Morgan started with WW Enroughty in 1998 as a commercial and industrial paint foreman. In 2004, he was promoted to field superintendent, a position that has evolved into estimating and sales.
Brett Norrington joined the company in 2005 as a seasonal helper. In 2010, after receiving a bachelor’s degree in economics from Hampden-Sydney College, he began his full-time career with W.W. Enroughty & Son as an onsite project manager. Currently based in the Richmond location, Brett has been a valuable asset to the management team on jobs from Mississippi to the east coast. His primary duties and responsibilities include project management and scheduling field personnel.
Art Proffitt has been involved in the coating industry for 30+ years. During that time he served as a coating specialist and consultant for Porter Paints and as project manager for local contracting companies. He began working for W.W. Enroughty in 2008 and serves as its industrial sales representative for the southeast.
Kimberly A. Reiff
VP Operations EHS
Kimberly Reiff has more than 30 years of experience in the construction industry. She joined the company as a project manager in 1994 and was soon promoted to Director of Environmental, Health and Safety. In 2001, she designed the company’s Quality Management Systems and currently serves as its program manager. During her tenure, Kimberly has achieved NACE International’s highest certification as a Certified Coating Inspector–Level 3. She is an OSHA-qualified outreach trainer and a Virginia-licensed lead abatement supervisor in good standing. In her off time, she volunteers as the environmental chair for her neighborhood civic association.
Field Manager, Tidewater
Archie Scheufele joined W.W. Enroughty in 1996 as an industrial foreman for the Hampton facility. Since then, Archie has applied his keen leadership skills and is now the overall field manager for the Tidewater regional office. He is responsible for the daily field operations, which include managing company assets such as vehicles, equipment and field employees.
David A. Whittaker
David Whittaker joined W.W. Enroughty in 1992 as Bill Enroughty Sr.’s shop helper. He quickly became one of the company’s most valued industrial foremen. In 1998, he was promoted to industrial sales and estimating, a position he still holds.