Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Marking a decade of care


Caring Transitions of Granbury, a trusted name in senior relocation, downsizing and estate liquidations, proudly announces its 10th anniversary of supporting seniors through life's changes.

To celebrate this decade, Caring Transitions is hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house Thursday, May 23, at 4 p.m. The event will take place at its office located at 2015 S Morgan St. in Granbury. The public is invited to attend.

"This milestone is a testament to our commitment to providing exceptional service and support to our clients during some of the most challenging times in their lives," said Gina Dieterichs, owner of Caring Transitions of Granbury.

With reliability and compassion for seniors experiencing major life transitions, Caring Transitions of Granbury has made challenging changes a little easier. In 2024 alone, the company completed 37 estate sales, simplified dozens of relocations, and organized several home cleanouts, exhibiting its strong commitment to helping clients during pivotal moments. The company is grateful for the trust and loyalty of its clients over the past decade.

As the nation's oldest, most trusted name in senior downsizing, relocation and estate liquidation services, it's not just about helping — it's also about giving back. Caring Transitions of Granbury provides valuable services to the community and significantly contributes to the local economy. With a dedicated team of 20 part-time employees, the company injected $125,000 into the community through payroll expenditures. Furthermore, estate liquidations generated an additional $226,000 in client proceeds, further strengthening the local economy. 

In addition to the ribbon-cutting ceremony, attendees can tour Caring Transitions of Granbury's facility, meet the team, and learn more about all the services it offers. Pizza and beverages will be served to celebrate this memorable occasion. 

For more information about Caring Transitions of Granbury and its services, please visit or contact owner Steve Dieterichs at 817-894- 3183.