J. HERSCHEL KENDRICK MOVING & STORAGE
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Herschel R. Kendrick founded our company in 1953. He began by delivering water to Warren, County, OH farmers at night and removing water tanks and moving household goods during the day. With the help of his six children throughout the 60s and 70s, Kendrick Moving and Storage became one of the most prominent businesses in the area.
We expanded into hauling freight under Kendrick Motor Freight and did some work for Wright Patterson Air Force Base during its development. We were also entrusted with helping such names as NFL superstar Ozzie Newsome, Mike Bowling (the creator of Pound Puppies), and Neil Armstrong in their moves. By 1990 we had 50 trucks, 75 trailers, and 100 employees.
In 1991, Herschel sadly passed away. Three year later, his wife, Martha, decided to sell all of our trucks and the affiliated atlas agency; however, she kept the four acre truck terminal and all of its buildings. Their son, James, reopened the terminal in 1996 and purchased it from her in 1999.
During his tenure as owner, he has accomplished some of Warren County's largest and most difficult moves, including:
Warren County Probate Court
Warren County Clerk of Courts
Offices of Warren County
Lebanon City Schools
Springboro City Schools
Armco's move from the City Center Mall
Relocation and storage of approximately 150 enlisted personnel per year from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
Growing up helping his father with the business, James and his siblings learned the value of a job well done and became proud of the quality and dependability of our services. James does his best to instill the same ideal of a strong ethic into all of our employees. We guarantee that every move is approached with the same conscious effort toward perfection and honest services. You won't find a company more dedicated to their customers or excellence in service.
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