Caring Transitions of Dayton Under New Ownership

Caring Transitions

This really isn’t just a business for us – it’s something we really enjoy doing. This is all about our family helping other families in our area through what can be a really challenging and emotional time.

Caring Transitions is pleased to announce that the members of the Martin family are the new owners of Caring Transitions of Dayton.

Caring Transitions’ specially trained team can handle organizing, packing, de-cluttering, moving, resettling, in-person and online estate sales, liquidations, and preparing homes for market. Caring Transitions is America’s largest resource for managing senior relocations, but the services are also perfect for busy families and individuals in need of assistance. Caring Transitions of Dayton serves Beavercreek, Centerville, Dayton, Franklin, Kettering, Miamisburg, Middletown, Moraine, Springboro, West Chester and the surrounding areas.

The new owners are parents Bill (a 26 year Air Force veteran) and Ellen Martin and their four children, Elliott Martin, Caleb Martin, Jon Martin and Jenny Bunton. The decision to purchase the business started with Jon Martin, who worked for Caring Transitions of Dayton’s previous owner.

“I started working for the previous owner four or five years ago and, when he told me he was thinking about selling the business, I talked to my family about buying it and, earlier this year, we were able to make it official,” Jon said. “Caring Transitions is a perfect fit for me and my family and I’m excited that we’re able to do this together as a family business now. I’ll be handling the day-to-day operations, but everyone has a role in helping our community and making the company a success.”

Whether your situation is planned or unexpected, Caring Transitions’ services are perfect for seniors moving in with family or into a safer living situation as well as busy families and people clearing out the home of a loved one who has passed. All of Caring Transitions’ services are customizable, so clients only pay for the services they need – whether that means managing the entire move and estate-clearing or just getting someone resettled into their new place.

Jon said his time as a Caring Transitions employee will serve him as the business’ part-owner, not only because of his knowledge of the company, but also because of his experience working with people in the community. For the Martins, Caring Transitions isn’t just a business opportunity – it’s a chance to make a difference.

“I want people to know that we’re in this business because of our passion for helping people. This really isn’t just a business for us – it’s something we really enjoy doing. This is all about our family helping other families in our area through what can be a really challenging and emotional time,” Jon said. “Even if you’re not sure you want to hire Caring Transitions, it’s worth giving us a call to get all the information. We know every family is different and we’re prepared to give you all the details you need to make the right decision for your family and your situation.”

Caring Transitions of Dayton is bonded and insured and all employees are background-checked. For additional information, call (937)490-8066, email JMartin(at)CaringTransitions(dot)com or visit http://www.CaringTransitionsDay.com.

About Caring Transitions

Caring Transitions, founded in 2006, is the first national franchising concept specializing in senior relocation and transition services. With more than 200 locations throughout the United States all owned and operated by Certified Relocation and Transition Specialists, Caring Transitions provides clients with supportive moves, auctions, rightsizing and transitions. This includes expert advice plus a well-executed transition plan beginning with the initial sorting of personal belongings through packing, shipping and selling of items to the final clearing and cleaning of the property. For more information, visit http://www.caringtransitions.com or visit us on Facebook.

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