Founder - Graduating from Quinnipiac College in 1965 with a major in Business Administration, Chip started Seymour Sealing Service, Inc. the following year with a $4000 investment in an Etnyre liquid asphalt distributor and started sand sealing driveways. In 1970, Chip landed his first municipal contracts in the towns of Hamden, Oxford, Woodbury and Middlebury as the driveway division continued to grow. In 1984, Seymour Sealing Service, Inc. was the first Connecticut company to acquire a chip spreader. The trend amongst towns migrated from the sand seal to chip seal process, and Seymour Sealing Service, Inc. become a trusted source for road maintenance, pioneering the double chip seal process first used in the town of Litchfield. With our tremendous growth, Chip’s wife Marty became the office manager and continued with the company until 2007. From the late 80’s until the early 2000’s Seymour Sealing Service, Inc. set the standard for the chip seal industry. Using the most state-of-the-art computerized equipment, Chip focused on municipal road resurfacing and maintaining outstanding customer service. In 2003, Chip gave control of the day-to-day operations to his son Matt. With his invaluable expertise, Chip still maintains a position on the company board and consults on company endeavors.