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  • 1.Carr, Linda Knight IIDA

    703 Hill St


    0.75 mi

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By: Renee S.
Pull It Together
My family employed Pull It Together to downsize and move my mother into a senior living apartment. Our situation was very stressful, as is for many people, so having Linda as a third party was imperative. Her services provided a one stop shop from identifying what makes sense to move, what will fit into the new apartment, packing, scheduling the movers, to unpacking and setting up her new place. My mom literally walked into her new apartment to find her items all in place which made the transition much easier. I will definitely refer all of my friends to Linda for her services. Also, she is very affordable!
By: Sue F.
Pull It Together
I employed Linda to help move my parents into assisted living. She was great to work with - very organized and knowledgeable. I live out of state, so it was very helpful to have someone who could arrange for pickup of donations and could recommend a consignment store for furniture. She is also very sensitive to the concerns and emotions that senior citizens experience when they have to downsize and give up some of their independence.
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By: Bj P.
Pull It Together
Linda Bradshaw and her talented team at Pull It Together are wonderful!! They moved an elderly friend of mine out of her house and into assisted living. They handled everything--from helping her select what to take and what to dispose of, moving her, resettling her, and disposing of unwanted property per my friend's instructions. This was a big project, and time was of the essence, but Linda and team got the job done with time to spare. Linda brings a sense of calling to her work. She understands how emotionally difficult it is for a person to downsize and go to assisted living. Linda and her team treated my friend with great kindness and sensitivity.
By: lindevans
Pull It Together
Working with Linda Bradshaw of Pull It Together is inspiring. Most people can't say that when they are moving or downsizing, but both my mother and I have felt that way. Linda is an experienced professional who can handle any moving or organizing challenge that comes her way. She is a person of her word, and treats her clients with respect and kindness. She also has a network of professionals who uphold her high standards and ethics. You can trust Linda, and, with her by your side, you'll feel so much better, even when the work seems hard. You can't do better than Linda Bradshaw.
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