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Meet the Central Connecticut "Movers Who Care®"

As the "Movers Who Care®", we are recognized for our commitment to professionalism. Our proprietary Stick Men University curriculum – honed over 30 years of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK moving experiences – ensures our crews are trained for anything that may come their way when they are on the job. From your first call to your post-move survey, our crews can handle it all! Whether it’s tempering the emotions of moving day, assembling the most complex furnishings, or wrapping that priceless collection of china, our team is coached, drilled, and tested to ensure you and your items are handled with care. All members of our crew are background-checked and drug screened, providing you with the peace of mind that your belongings are in good hands.

Dan Tonna
Mover Of The Month Dan Tonna
We’re proud to welcome Dan home for his second summer at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK IN Central CT and thank him for his contributions in moving our organization forward to our best year ever! Dan is reliable and motivated, always showing up to work on time, in uniform, and eager to exceed expectations to deliver the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK experience. No matter how long the move takes, his attitude is exemplary and his positivity infectious to both coworkers, customers and the classmates he’s recruited to join our summer family.
Kevin Sherman
Mover of the Month
Kevin's moving and leadership skills, his positive attitude, and his unending quest to improve have earned him a quick advance to driver/crew chief. His positivity is contagious, helping to set clients at ease and lift the whole moving experience. That's why one of his customers had this to say about Kevin in her review: "Excellent isn’t enough of a statement. Kevin is an honorable, good man that truly cares about his job."
Ryan Esmail
Frontline Management Graduate
This month we are shining the spotlight on Ryan Esmail, our Frontline Leadership graduate. Ryan has consistently demonstrated team leadership and eagerness to up his game, be his best and lift his team. His motivation, professionalism and expertise is evident to his team and customers.
Edwin Ruiz
Operations Manager
Edwin was born in Puerto Rico but spent his formative years in East Hartford. Prior to starting at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® as a mover Edwin worked in logistics. His passion, however, has been volunteering as a Fire Fighter in Manchester. At TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®, Edwin oversees operations at our Rocky Hill location. He focuses on safety and training new and current employees on proper lifting, padding and wrapping furniture, and truck maintenance. He often visits our crews at your home to ensure your move is going smoothly and to refine professional moving procedures in the field. We are proud to have Edwin in our management team as an example of the career progression at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Central Connecticut.
Beth Moeller
VP of Marketing and Sales
Beth is our manager our Marketing and Sales efforts across our Central Connecticut, Farmington Valley and New Haven franchises. A veteran consumer package goods marketer, Beth is passionate about the power of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK's commitment to move people forward. When she's not out seeking opportunities to get the word out about TWO MEN AND A TRUCK's dedication to great service, you can find her filming or posting moving stories about how our Movers Who Care® have positively impacted the lives of our customers.
Ben grew up in Wethersfield Connecticut, and graduated from Middlebury College in Vermont. Since then he has helped manage a music venue in Oregon, managed institutional construction in Boston, Massachusetts, and had his own wood carving business in Pennsylvania. In the role of General Manager Ben ensures that each move is performed smoothly and efficiently, and that our team constantly strives to exceed our customer's expectations. Ben loves that TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® encourages all employees to be the "Movers Who Care®", and brings his good-natured patience into every situation. Ben is happy to be back in Connecticut, where in his free time he enjoys reading American History and hiking with his family.