Service & Support
Jamison is dedicated to delivering prompt and courteous service to all of our customers. That is why we stock most repair parts in our multi-million dollar inventory and can ship stocked parts the same day if the order is received before noon. This is just one more way that Jamison delivers.
Meet the folks who have the privilege of leading the best team in the industry.
Curtis Berry came to Jamison in 1997 and serves as Vice President of Engineering. His responsibilities include IT as well as engineering. Curtis has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland and has taken graduate classes there in design and finite element analysis. He joined the Naval Surface Warfare Center upon graduation and completed many projects including a complex analysis for the Space Shuttle Challenger accident. He published several reports on this topic. His position as Mechanical Engineer, Technical Specialist involved championing Pro/ENGINEER (CAD software) at NSWC, managing the successful design and production of a Waverider wind tunnel model and being project manager for the Distributed Explosive Array deployment system from design thru testing. His next move was to Pangborn as Senior Mechanical Engineer and then to the Orbital Sciences Corporation. His role at Jamison has been constantly expanding as production engineering, R&D, IT applications and the BMP joint venture have all involved significant time and effort. Curtis is a licensed pilot and instructor and is active in the Civil Air Patrol. He and his wife have 3 daughters.
Dave Briggs joined Jamison in January 2012 as Operations Manager in Hagerstown. He earned a BS in business from Madison University and has over 30 years of manufacturing experience in the fabrication and foundry industries. He worked for Pangborn Corporation, a leader in surface preparation equipment in charge of manufacturing in two of their plants. When Pangborn moved to Atlanta, Dave joined Empire Steel and later Canam Steel as the Structural Steel Manager and then into project management for projects such as the Jets/Giants stadium, the Alexander Hamilton Bridge project and others. He has been an avid outdoorsman all his life. He’s also a loyal and avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan who rarely misses watching a game – except maybe to fish a striped bass tournament. He and his wife have raised three daughters.
Dwight Clark joined Jamison in 2001 as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. After graduating from the University of Puget Sound with a BA in Music and Business, Dwight worked for the Jet Propulsion Lab in in Pasadena, CA, in financial planning. Hired as an accountant he was promoted to financial analyst doing cost and variance analysis for some of the technical divisions and also doing reconciliation of the prime contract with NASA. Desiring to own his own business, Dwight purchased a manufacturer’s representative company, J-C Sales Company, also located in southern California, and kept it for 15 years. His door line was Butcher Boy until its sale in the late 1990’s when he then added the Jamison line. While running J-C Sales, he created a small manufacturing company making impact traffic doors but closed it after 5 years to focus on the bigger opportunity of selling insulated panels along with Jamison doors. Having been in the industry for almost 30 years has given Dwight the knowledge of the cold storage industry so critical to Jamison’s success. He and his wife have one daughter who is in college in Colorado studying computer science. He is also a great golfer with a 5 handicap.
Tom Lewis joined Jamison/HCR as Vice President, Sales for HCR in 2010 and has been instrumental in its continued success. After graduating from Ohio University with a BBA and then earning an MBA from the Keller Graduate School of Management, Tom began his career with Paul Reilly’s startup of Rytec. In the 8 years there he had progressively more responsible roles selling high speed rollup doors. From there he was first recruited by Megadoor and then Dynaco in sales management positions. After selling other construction materials with two different companies Tom joined Jamison/HCR to lead our air door sales effort.
An Illinois native Tom still resides in the Chicago area and is an avid biker, determined to stay in good shape. His enthusiasm in all aspects of his life is contagious and adds much to his sales effectiveness.
Greg Lloyd has been with Jamison since 2005 as Chief Financial Officer. A Summa Cum Laude graduate of the University of Baltimore with a BS in Accounting, Greg is a CPA. He worked 11 years for Coopers & Lybrand and was responsible for managing multiple audits for manufacturing, high tech and healthcare clients. In 1994 he became Vice President of Finance and Administration for Tristate Electrical Supply Co., a $100 million distributor. They made and digested two acquisitions and grew to be a $200 million company. After Tristate sold to a Dutch company, Greg became Controller for Garden State Tanning, a $300 million manufacturer of leather for car seats, dashboards and accessories. They had a total of 9 plants and he managed the finance departments of each location. He has been key to improving Jamison’s financial reporting as well as banking and insurance relationships. He enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, reading and going to Ravens and Orioles games.
Monte Lucas is President, Jamison RFID. A graduate of Northwood University with a BBA, Monte has enjoyed 20 years of successful work in supply chain solutions. He has had increasingly responsible positions with a number of companies involved in various aspects of RFID technology such as Zebra Technologies, Symbol Technologies and Hi-G Tek where he was the VP of Global Sales, Marketing and Business Development. Additionally he started a successful internet business, gained recognition from Business First as one of Louisville’s “Business First's Forty under 40,” obtained a patent for a device he invented, and broadened his skills by attending a number of American Management Association training sessions. He lives in Louisville, Kentucky, with his wife and son and enjoys boating, camping, golf and coaching football and soccer for his son’s teams.
Boyce Martin III
Boyce Martin III, a native of Louisville, KY, serves as General Counsel of Jamison and has been Secretary of the Board since 1997. Like Matt Wyskiel, Boyce is a 5th generation Jamison. He is a graduate of Kenyon College with a BA in history and was a four-year letterman, all-district and region, Captain and MVP of Kenyon’s soccer team. He received a JD from Boston University’s School of Law and began his legal career as an Associate at Frost Brown Todd, LLC, in Louisville. He has been deeply involved in Jamison in the last few years, playing a key role in the acquisition of HCR in 2004, the formation of the joint ventures in Mexico in 2004 and BMP in 2012. He has been very active in numerous community service projects in Louisville serving on a several boards and capital campaigns. He continues to live in Louisville with his wife and 3 daughters and, in addition to his Jamison responsibilities, manages family investments.
Dan Rhyner, an Illinois native, is Vice President of HCR, Inc. and a key player in the proliferation of air doors. He first attended Elgin Community College in Illinois then transferred to Montana State University to earn a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering where he was #1 in his class and received the Gold Medal Award for Outstanding Graduate from The College of Engineering at Montana State. He first worked as a design engineer for Nordyne, Inc. in St. Louis, Missouri designing residential and light commercial air conditioning and heat pump systems. Next was designing large point of use air conditioning and heating systems for commercial and military jet aircraft for Jetway Systems in Ogden, Utah. He and his wife and two young children love living in Montana where he spends his spare time fishing, hunting, woodworking and cycling.
Pete Smith succeeded his father, George, as President of HCR Inc in 2003 and has held that position since. Pete was born in Syracuse, NY where George worked as a design engineer for Carrier Corporation. While at Carrier, George had the rare opportunity to listen to Willis H. Carrier, the “Father of Psychrometrics” speak. Twenty years later George would use his background in Applied Psychrometrics to design re-circulatory air curtains for the frozen food industry and start HCR Inc. Pete joined his father at HCR in 1988 after working for 11 years in aviation maintenance and the aerospace fields. Pete has a BS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Maryland. When not at work he restores vintage machines such as motor cycles, gas pumps, cook stoves and airplanes. He says his greatest accomplishments are building an airplane with his daughter and teaching her how to fly, riding and racing dirt bikes with another daughter, building a Baja Bug street rod with his son, and keeping his loving wife of 28 years.
Maria Elena Urrutia
Maria Elena Urrutia came to Jamison Door LatinoAmerica in September 2015 as a General Manager. She is a graduate of UPIICSA Unidad Interdisciplinaria de Ingenieria, Ciencias Sociales y Administrativas del Instituto Politecnico Nacional IPN in Business Administration. She did some profesional courses after school including Magnament studies in the ICAMI
She started her laboral experience in a Company of Frica Group. Was General Manager of Frigocel Mexicana, S.A. de C.V. for several years then was General Manager of Espumados de Estireno, S.A., both EPS Expanded Poliestirene Companies. Spending so many years in EPS enviroment let her the oportunity to accumulate knowledge about termal isolation and construction.
The history and trajectory of Jamison Door and Jamison Door LatinoAmerica was the key for her to desire be part of them, She is perfectly convince that the best part of JDL is coming. She loves her new job.
She enjoys spending time with her family, dancing or skating its ok and traveling too.
John Williams became Jamison’s Chairman, President and CEO in 2000 at the request of his son-in-law, Matt Wyskiel. John had semi-retired and was living in Florida but was excited about the challenge of leading Jamison. After earning a BBA from Baylor University and a MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania he went into the US Army for two years and then worked as a Certified Public Accountant on the audit staff for Ernst & Ernst in San Antonio, Texas. From there he joined Harte-Hanks, an NYSE media company becoming its Treasurer before moving into operations. He was general manager of the San Angelo (TX)Standard-Times, Publisher of the Bryan-College Station (TX) Eagle and then President of the Harte-Hanks Community Newspapers in the Dallas (TX) suburbs. Next was a stint as President, Garden State Newspapers before becoming President/CEO of Gray Communications Systems, Inc. (now Gray Television). During his tenure Gray went from the pink sheets to being listed on the NYSE. Gray owned several newspapers and television stations as well as some other non-media related businesses. John now lives in Baltimore with his wife of 48 years. They both enjoy time with their children and grandchildren and traveling.
Matt Wyskiel is a 5th generation Jamison and has been on the company’s board since 1996. He serves as Vice Chairman and is also Chairman of the Pension Committee where his expertise in investments is especially valuable. He is a graduate of Williams College and also has an MBA from New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business. He worked for KPMG Peat Marwick and Bankers Trust in New York before returning to his home town of Baltimore to be a Vice President, Institutional Asset Management for Mercantile Bank. In 2007 he founded Skill Capital Management, a money management firm. He is heavily involved in a number of Baltimore civic and charitable organizations including serving as Chairman of the Board of Children’s Scholarship Fund Baltimore. He has also been involved in mentoring several young male athletes at Baltimore City College high school and Patterson high school to aid them in their academic pursuits and help them get scholarships to colleges around the country.