About Us

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Our Approach

Honor Movers understands that relocating can be a very stressful event, so we want to help you and your family by offering an honest, dependable service. We work with you to make the transition from one home to the next as seamless as possible.

Our Story

After retiring from the U. S. Army and the Connecticut State Police I wanted to continue to help people and the idea of starting a local family owned veteran run moving company arose. I spoke to family and friends about it and the response was overwhelmingly positive and confirmed that this was a desperately needed service in our area. Over the course of 18+ months and lots more conversations with family and friends, we decided on our name, had a logo designed, created our website, purchased a truck, obtained Operating Authority and Honor Movers was established.

Meet the Team

Anyone can move your property from one house to another, but here at Honor Movers, like our name says, we are honored to help move you and your family from one home to the next. We strive to take the stress out of the move for you by providing an honest, dependable service for you and your family.

Our employees are either part of my family or good friends I have known and worked with for decades. We all take pride in what we do and the services we offer.

 

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David Lavoie

President / Owner

After graduation from high school I joined the US Army and after completing my initial 4 year tour, I joined the National Guard and retired in 2009 after serving for 22 years. In 1994, I joined the Connecticut State Police, serving in numerous capacities over my 22 years of service and retiring in 2016. I wanted to continue to serve others with my own business and after speaking to a good friend, the idea of starting a small local family veteran run moving company arose.

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Todd Stevens

Field Supervisor

Born and raised in New England, after high school I served in the Marines Corps within the US and abroad. Upon discharge for honorable service in 1994, I made a career in law enforcement both on a local and state level nearly 23 years, most of which was here in Northeast Connecticut where I raised a family. I retired in 2017 and continue to make Connecticut my home, where I’m now interested in serving with integrity once again.