Account Manager


Larry Roe joined Topps as Account Manager for Topps Products, Inc., directly after years of experience with one of the country’s oldest roofing firms of over 100 years. Prior to this, Larry worked within the corps of the nation’s largest building supply company, giving him a special understanding of customer service and relationships.

Larry has been in the building, construction, and roofing industry his entire adult life. At Topps, he is responsible for sales and account development primarily covering the Midwest region. The many miles on his vehicle confirm his customer dedication—he spends 90% of his time on the road. Larry is available to assist, train, teach, and to help customers with quotes and the proper use of the Topps coatings and repair materials. Larry also works closely with our regional Topps distributors, providing support to them by cultivating installers and hosting events and in-house training as required.

Larry is a proud Shriner. He volunteers his time throughout the community for the Shrine. He has Chaired and Co-Chaired various committees and served on the Board of Directors as a Trustee. He also currently serves on the Board of Directors of Goetz Credit Union in St. Joseph, MO.

Larry enjoys hunting, fishing, and gardening. Larry and his wife, Cyndi, enjoy traveling, volunteering, and spending time with their five children and five grandchildren.


Wayne Altizer


Wayne joins the Topps® team with a quick ability to understand and support your needs regardless of your perspective. Wayne began his career as a General Contractor specializing in commercial renovations from the top down.

Bob Arnold

Vice President Logistics & Field Support

Bob Arnold’s nearly 20 years of service to the firm covering various strategic leadership roles, positions him ideally to provide various requirements supporting the growth and expansion of Topps’ U.S. operations.

Ross Stover

National Sales Manager

Ross Stover, National Sales Manager for Topps Products, Inc. brings a vast array of experiences to the table.