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Lindy Ryan Retiring from Tecta America Corporation

Tecta America Lindy Ryan
The national leader in commercial roofing announces the retirement of the VP of Leadership and Development.

Tecta America announced the retirement of Lindy Ryan, VP of Leadership and Development at Tecta Company. 

She has been a recognized leader in the industry for over 30 years.

After graduating from the University of Central Florida with a degree in business, Ryan obtained her real estate license and later her broker's license. In 1997, she became a state-certified roofing contractor. She started at Tecta America in 2005 after the company bought her construction business, General Works LLC.

Ryan was the Tecta America Central Florida President and regional managing president of Tecta America Southeast before stepping away from that role in 2014 to become the SVP of Leadership Development for all of Tecta America.

During her time in the construction and roofing industry, she has been active in the NRCA, serving on several committees, including Health & Safety, Technical Operations, Membership Steering, Manual Update, and Government Relations. Ryan is also a supporter of ROOFPAC, the NRCA's political action committee, and a former president of the National Roofing Legal Resource Center.

In 2015, Ryan became the first woman to lead the NRCA Organization and was a founding member of the National Women in Roofing (NWiR).

Her parents were significant influences in her career. "My dad gave me confidence that I could do anything," she said. "My mom taught me to believe in myself. They have always been my biggest supporters."

"Lindy Ryan has served Tecta in important roles for most of its history: operating president of Central Florida, Southeast Regional managing president, SVP of Service for all of Tecta, and most recently, VP of Leadership and Development," said Dave Reginelli, president and CEO of Tecta America. "These are significant roles, but her most important legacy will be her role model for leading women leaders at Tecta, and men too. I count Lindy among a handful of the most influential mentors in my career. I know many reading this would feel the same. She has been one in a million, and we all are so fortunate to have known her and learned from her. I will miss her immensely, and I plan on staying in touch with her. I'll bet I'm not alone. Congratulations, Lindy, on the most amazing and unprecedented career in our industry!"

"One of the best things about Tecta is our culture—people-driven, accountable, competitive, supportive, family-oriented. Lindy is both the full embodiment of our culture and as responsible as anyone in the company for its development," said Mark Santacrose, executive chairman of Tecta America. "She has had such an impact on Tecta due to her ability to stay focused on driving performance and confronting difficult decisions while always conveying a strong sense of empathy and caring for the people she worked with. She has always expected the best out of people and has held herself to the same standard at every step along the way.

Added NRCA CEO Reid Ribble: "Lindy Ryan is an amazing leader. For nearly 20 years, she has served in various capacities on NRCA committees, Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and as the first female chairman of the Board. Through all these years of service, Lindy has been steadfast. Filled with humility. Fun-loving. Tireless. In my time working with and getting to know her, I have never heard her say a critical word about anyone, nor have I heard anyone criticize her. Who else do you know like that? What a legacy! She is a leader who has earned a following. All of us at NRCA wish her the very best in her retirement. Congratulations, Lindy!"

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