It’s a fact of life that people are living longer. For Baby Boomers with elderly parents, that fact can turn your world upside down in a split second. Case in point, the testimonial below:
“In August, my 83-year-old father fell down the cellar stairs and broke his elbow. Following elbow replacement surgery in Boston he was transferred to skilled nursing care in West Bridgewater. Unfortunately, the injury left him unable to maintain his own household. My husband and I made the decision to move him to our home in California. My time frame was incredibly short – 11 days till departure via airplane to California. I needed to pack and ship whatever items would be going to California. We would not be moving the entire household – just several paintings, memorabilia, clothing and a large full keyboard electronic piano. After calling several moving companies that required large weight minimums to bid the job, I was referred to Joe Fell at Boston Pack and Ship.
Joe was absolutely wonderful. He calmly explained the shipping options available through Boston Pack and Ship and they could definitely handle the job. Joe helped me locate appropriately sized shipping boxes so that I could pack things up myself, thereby saving money. He also stayed in constant contact with me via phone and email, coaching me through the shipping process. We scheduled pickup nine days after my arrival in Massachusetts. Joe became an instant friend to me throughout this extremely stressful time. His caring nature made this difficult move a great deal easier. I am very grateful to have found this wonderful company.”
–Patty Thorne, Upland, California
Boston Pack and Ship is happy to help Baby Boomers and others with loved ones in transition. By going the extra mile for our customers, it’s our sincere hope that we can make these very difficult and sometimes trying times easier.