Our Team - Richard L Sensenig Company
Kirby SensenigPhone Ext. 101President
Kirby started his career here in 1985 as a roofing mechanic and sheet metal installer. After several years of on the job training and formal classroom education he was promoted to a roofing estimator in 1989. Kirby served in that capacity until 2002 when he assumed his present position as President.
Cory SensenigVice President
Phone Ext. 111Metal Fabrication
Cory started his career as a sheet metal mechanic in 1982 and was promoted to foreman in 1984, installing metal trim and standing seam roofing systems. Cory was instrumental in starting the industrial metals division and served as estimator and draftsman since 1989. Cory is presently the Corporate Vice President and is in charge of the Industrial Metals Division.
Owen SensenigPhone Ext. 106Secretary/Treasurer
Owen is the first member of the third generation to join the company. He started his career here in 2006. He is a graduate of Gettysburg College with a BA in Business Management. After spending several years on the roof, Owen joined the management team running the office operations until he was tapped to fill a need as superintendent in charge of multiple roofing projects.
Edward SensenigPhone Ext. 107Consultant
Edward is the last of the founding members of Richard L Sensenig Co. He started as a sheet metal installer in 1959 and worked in that capacity until 1965 when the company was incorporated. He assumed the position of Vice President and worked in many capacities over the early years from sales to estimating to project management. Edward is presently serving in a consulting position.
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Dave LauschPhone Ext. 103Sr. Roofing Estimator
Dave started his career with Richard L Sensenig Co. in 1980. A graduate of Millersville University, he worked on several roofing projects before taking an estimating position. Dave has been an instrumental part of the organization ever since and assumed his present position as Senior Estimator in charge of roofing in 1996.
Ryk SmithPhone Ext. 105Roofing Estimator
Ryk began his career in 1985 as a roofing mechanic. He worked in many capacities in the roofing division until he was promoted to a sales and marketing position in 1998. He then moved to an estimating position in 2000 and has been estimating and managing many projects since that time.
Robin SweigartPhone Ext. 104Roofing Estimator
Robin started with the company in 1975 as a sheet metal fabricator and installer and advanced to a foreman in 1977. In 1995 Robin was promoted to shop foreman in charge of metal fabrication and worked in that capacity until 2008, when he was tapped to fill a need as roofing estimator.
Brian FasnachtPhone Ext. 112Field Superintendent
Brian started his career here as a roofing mechanic in 1976. He quickly advanced to a roofing foreman in 1978. Brian was the site manager for many of our largest roofing projects over the years until he was tapped to fill an estimating position in 1996. In 2003 Brian shifted his efforts to our Field Superintendents office where he serves today as scheduler.
Craig StoverPhone Ext. 115Field Superintendent
Craig started his career here in 1980 and was promoted to a site foreman in 1984. Craig proved his management abilities by performing field supervision for many of our more complex projects over the years. He was tapped to fill a need in our Superintendents office in 2005 and has been serving in that capacity ever since.
John SchmidtPhone Ext. 109Fabrication Estimator
John came to Richard L Sensenig Co. in 2003 as a sales/estimator in the industrial metals division. Working in the industry for most of his professional life, John has been instrumental in the growth of our fabrication of black iron and stainless steel. John is presently in charge of estimating our heavy metal work.
Tim ZellPhone Ext. 110Structural Steel Estimator
Tim started here at Richard L Sensenig Co. in 2005 as estimator and draftsman in charge of our structural steel and miscellaneous metals. Tim has a very extensive background in structural steel and metal design from years in the highway and pressure vessel industries.back to top