Long-time friends and colleagues Roger Liddell and Jane Davis are pleased to announce the launch of their new business, Caring Transitions of the Chippewa Valley.
Caring Transitions’ specially-trained professionals handle decluttering, organizing, packing, moving, resettling, in-home estate sales and online auctions, liquidations, and preparing homes for market. While the services are tailored for seniors, they can be customized for any situation. Caring Transitions of the Chippewa Valley serves Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls, Menomonie and surrounding areas.
“Caring Transitions is unique because of our all-encompassing suite of services. Regardless of the transition you’re facing, we can help you through it quickly and with as little stress as possible. Our employees are background checked and insured and you can rest assured that every member of our team is focused on helping you have the quickest and smoothest transition possible,” Jane said.
Liddell has 30 years of corporate business experience and spent most of his career working in global supply chain management before opening his own consulting company. Liddell is long-time friends and colleagues with Davis, who has had an extensive career in human resources and is an experienced business owner. Liddell is married with two children and Davis has one daughter, three grandchildren and a German Shepherd. The two had discussed opening a business together before, but it wasn’t a perfect fit until Davis found Caring Transitions.
“We both have elderly parents and we had talked about opening a business together, but when Jane found Caring Transitions and told me to take a look, the pieces fell into place. We see a great need for Caring Transitions in this area – I see how my own family could benefit – and we’re looking forward to providing a full-service solution for anyone facing a challenging transition,” Liddell said. “When we were talking about opening this business my best friend went through a transition with his own family and he said to me, ‘I wish we could just pay someone to take care of this for us.’ That’s when I knew it was time to move forward.”
Also, because Caring Transitions is a national franchisee with more than 200 locations, if your move takes you out of state or if your relocation brings you to the Chippewa Valley, Caring Transitions franchisees can work together to make the entire process completely seamless. Liddell and Davis said that, in addition to the physical services Caring Transitions provides, sometimes it’s the emotional support and the ability to help clients step back that makes the biggest difference.
“When you’re in the throes of a transition, it’s challenging to go through an estate, look through belongings and decide what to do. When you work with Caring Transitions, it takes some of the emotional connection out of the process so you can make the best decisions for you and your family as efficiently as possible,” Davis said.
Caring Transitions of the Chippewa Valley is bonded, insured and their employees have been background checked. For additional information about Caring Transitions of the Chippewa Valley, call (715)318-1410, email RLiddell(at)CaringTransitions(dot)com or JDavis(at)CaringTransitions(dot)com, or visit http://www.CaringTransitionsChippewaValley.com.