Megan is a certified Senior Move Manager (SMM-C). She became passionate about helping seniors while downsizing family members. After some difficult, long-distance moves, she knew there had to be a better way.
It was her sister who first introduced her to the growing profession of senior move management. “You’re really good at this! You should do this for other people.” At the time Megan was in Pennsylvania, her sister was in Texas and they were working on an aunt’s move in California!
During a family move many years ago, the CCRC staff asked Megan if she did this professionally. It was then she knew it was time to take her love for helping seniors and take the next steps. She received her formal training from the NASMM (National Association of Senior Move Managers, nasmm.org). In 2018 she continued her education, becoming certified.
Megan started Complete Transitions with one guiding principle. "What would I want for my parents?" or aunt? or in-laws? This simple guiding principal puts the client first and ensures their homes and belongings are treated with sensitivity and efficiency.
Megan and her husband have lived in West Chester since 1994. They have three girls and two dogs. When she isn’t helping seniors she enjoys cooking, tennis, and reading.
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Susan is a certified Senior Move Manager (SMM-C). She attended Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, and after working in radio, TV and advertising, was promoted to Stay-At-Home-Mom. In addition volunteering in her childrens’ schools, she continued to work part time for a media buying agency, then as a private bookkeeper and lastly for a tax accounting firm.
After moving senior family members in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida, she joined Complete Transitions in 2017.
Susan and her husband have lived in Kennett Square, PA, since 2000 and have moved three kids out of the nest and into various dorms and apartments from Michigan to North Carolina.
About Complete Transitions: “Our many hands make light work and a comfortable new home!”
Stacy joined Complete Transitions in 2018 and became a Team Leader six months later. She enjoys working with clients to organize, downsize and to make a client’s new house quickly feel like home. Stacy uses many of the skills she learned B.C. (Before Children) as well as the invaluable experience gained through the various local and interstate transitions she has coordinated for her own family, to offer the best experience possible to her clients.
Stacy brings a unique perspective to our transition process. She is trained as an Art Historian with her undergraduate degree from Brown University and her Masters degree from Columbia University. She has worked in museums, galleries, auction houses and has taught seminars in Appraisal Studies at the university level. With this background and a keen eye, she is adept at working with clients’ valued possessions, whether they are family heirlooms or a granddaughter’s treasured 1st grade art project. Stacy continues to follow local and national collectable markets and enjoys finding creative solutions for our clients with the items they do not want to bring with them to their new home.
When not working, Stacy is a passionate bread baker and cook. She enjoys spending time in her kitchen, hiking, canoeing, going to museums and visiting with her three children who are in college and beyond. She and her husband have lived in Chester County for 25 years and have happily spent many volunteer hours in their school district and community.
Laurie attended Dickinson College, and graduated in 1991. At that time, her grandmother was living in an assisted living facility. During frequent visits, she realized that she enjoyed spending time with seniors, and decided to pursue a career in elder care.
For the following eight years, she worked as an administrator in a skilled nursing facility, and a senior daycare program specifically designed to serve and care for dementia patients.
After the birth of her first child, she decided to become a stay-at-home mom, and spent much of her time volunteering at her children’s school, her church, and other community agencies.
She joined Complete Transitions in January of 2018. Since then, she has enjoyed supporting folks in downsizing, organizing, and finally, moving and settling into their new homes.
Laurie and her husband have lived in West Chester, Pa since 2003. They have three children, three dogs, and a cat at home.