A Dedicated Personal Project Manager and Her Team

Hi! I’m Claryce

Taking care of my clients is my most upmost concern, so I continue to learn how to better serve them.  With that, I have the following certifications:

  • Senior Move Manager
  • Stay-at-Home Specialist (aging-in-place)
  • Chronic Disorganization Specialist
  • Hoarding Cleanup Specialist
  • Estate Liquidator

I have graciously been told that I am a gifted and talented organizer. And that I am a “dynamic, whip-smart, creative genius who brings to the table her own extensive lists of talents and skills.”—Thank you, Melody Moore, for those very kind words! I promise to do my utmost to live up to your glowing description. I commit to greeting all my clients with a bright smile, and to bring positive energy with a fun and engaging approach to all my projects. 

With over 40 years’ experience in high-profile marketing for the healthcare and banking industries, my passion for detail and my willingness to go that extra mile to delight my customers has earned me praise and respect from colleagues and customers alike.

You Are Not Alone, Together We Make It Happen

I love bringing together the right people to make a project a success. Together, we clean, purge, pack, move, repair, paint, install, store, or sell—all efforts based on a client’s needs and budget.

A few of my favorite collaborators include:

  • Assisted living facilities
  • Cleaning services
  • Home or office
  • Windows
  • Gutters and roofs
  • Power washing the outside of the building
  • Elder placement professionals
  • Estate sale specialists
  • Handy-persons and licensed contractors
  • Landscape services
  • Yard cleanup
  • Tree trimming or removal
  • Sod replacement
  • Sprinkler system repair or installation
  • Junk removal experts
  • Mini-storage units
  • Moving companies
  • Local move
  • Long-distance relocation
  • Short-term vaulting of belongings prior to a move
  • Painters: Indoor and outdoor
  • Professional organizers
  • Real estate agents and Realtors

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller