Windsong Properties Celebrates 10th Anniversary of Veteran Employee
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Windsong Properties is honored to announce the 10th anniversary of veteran employee, Carrie Roeger. Serving as the operations manager for the active adult home builder, she is responsible for managing process improvement and coordinating work flow from sales through construction to warranty.
“Carrie is an outstanding employee and friend that goes above and beyond each day,” said Steve Romeyn, co-founder of Windsong Properties. “She has a deep understanding of our mission and the active adult market. Carrie is committed to our team and customers, and it has been a pleasure to work beside her as we expand the company.”
After spending five years on active duty in the U.S. Marine Corps, Roeger earned a bachelor’s degree in finance at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. She then worked as a production assistant for a government contractor that built base housing and was a builder assistant for the interiors division of Choate Construction before joining Windsong Properties.
“Windsong Properties was in its infancy when I was hired, and it has been a great experience to ride the triumphs and challenges of a start-up company,” explained Roeger. “Through the vision and leadership of Steve Romeyn and Mark Carruth, we survived the recession and have come out of it a stronger, better company.”
Roeger began as the company’s purchasing manager and helped with purchasing, vendor relations, contracts, estimating, quality control and accounting. After five years, she became Windsong Properties’ marketing manager and was promoted to operations manager last year.
“Windsong Properties has always been a great place to work,” continued Roeger. “As we continue to grow, I look forward to all of the new experiences that will come our way.”
Currently, Windsong Properties is building active adult ranch homes at Windsong at Seven-Hills and Windsong Manor in Dallas, Bel-Aire in Powder Springs and Heron Pond in Woodstock. For more information, visit www.windsonglife.com.