Local entrepreneur and experienced business owner Leigh DeVoe is excited to announce the launch of her new senior-focused relocation and estate clearing company – Caring Transitions of West Pasco.
Leigh’s Caring Transitions of West Pasco serves Trinity, Odessa, Hudson, Port Richey, New Port Richey, Bayonet Point and the surrounding areas.“Owning a Kumon franchise was an excellent experience and it fueled my passion for making a positive impact. I knew, whatever I decided to do next, it had to be something that empowered me to make a difference in my community. As I was researching, I found Caring Transitions,” Leigh DeVoe said. “I honestly had no idea a service like Caring Transitions existed but, the more I learned about the business, the more I realized how critically valuable Caring Transitions could be. I’m looking forward to being the resource people can turn to as they face their life transitions, either themselves or with a loved one.”
Leigh grew up in Michigan and worked in hotel management for 10 years in Florida before moving to North Carolina. Once she got to North Carolina she went into business for herself and owned a campground and cabin business. Later, Leigh moved back to Florida and opened a Kumon Math & Reading Center which she ran for a decade. She decided to step back from being a business owner when her daughter was a pre-teen so she could spend time with her family. Now that her daughter is 16 and her son is 20, Leigh decided she was ready to get back into business ownership. “It’s hard to prepare for the time when you need to downsize, move to a better living situation or clear out an estate. When that time comes, it often feels unexpected and rushed. I’ve gone through similar situations with my own family – including clearing out my grandmother’s 12 room farmhouse – and I understand the challenges my clients are facing. At Caring Transitions, we are here to help you get to the next chapter of your life as quickly and with as little stress as possible. Life happens, sometimes suddenly, and it’s important to know you have someone to turn to,” DeVoe said.