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Graebel Relocation Leaders’ Roles Expanded

International Operations Emphasis Set into Motion

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June 13, 2014

(Aurora, COLO) This week, president of Graebel Relocation Services Worldwide, Inc. Debbie Maupin CRP announced several leadership role expansions at the privately-held firm. Bill Nemer CRP, GMS, senior vice president, based in the company’s world headquarters in Denver, Colorado and Bren Freeman CRP, GMS, vice president of the Atlanta, Georgia center will assume responsibility of U.S. International operations, customer service and pricing respectively.


Myra Lance GMS, vice president, will transition her related responsibilities to Nemer and Freeman in this regard and will continue to oversee operations and customer service delivery in the Graebel regional centers that are located in Prague, Singapore and Shanghai. Reporting to Jim Petzel, president of move management and global services, Lance will also be accountable for U.S. operations within the company’s sister-divisions: Move Management, Inc. and Graebel Movers International, Inc.


Teresa Valdez CRP, GMS, senior vice president, global client services will oversee the global client relations team and structure and will play an active role in the company’s global expansion strategy and formation. 


In a companywide announcement Maupin said, “Over the last several years we have expanded significantly overseas and today we manage global mobility services on the ground on six continents. As we strive to become the undisputed premier service provider in the global mobility industry, our focus has been to make strides that will best serve our clients, develop new opportunities, and strengthen our position as a world class leader in the marketplace. These organizational changes within our relocation executive management team reflect our global expansion plans and the continued growth of our Fortune 500 and Global 100 clientele. With a combined 90-plus years of mobility experience, Nemer, Freeman, Lance and Valdez are all strategically positioned for success.”


Additionally, Dan Carraher CRP, GMS, has been tapped to transition to an international sales support role. Carraher’s knowledge of international assignment services, tax, compensation and close to six years with Graebel offers a unique blend of experience to this group.


Matt Johnston CRP has returned to Graebel to take on Carraher’s previous role as director of international client accounting. Reporting to Bobbie Haworth CRP, GMS, senior vice president of contract services, Johnston will manage compensation administration, tenancy management services and international client accounting.


Maupin concluded, “Through our organic growth as an organization, career development opportunities have surfaced worldwide making Graebel the employer of choice in the industry. These people are all proven, effective, and highly experienced leaders who have demonstrated their ability to succeed in this ever-changing global mobility environment.”


About Graebel Companies, Inc.

Founded in 1950, Graebel provides single source global mobility services for the Fortune 1000 and Global 100. Its worldwide services span full-service relocation and move management; household goods moving and storage (removals); office relocation and workplace services to freight forwarding. On-the-ground services are managed in 165 countries. The world headquarters is in Aurora, Colorado and in-theatre centers are across the U.S., in Singapore, the Czech Republic, and China. The privately-held firm holds multiple recognized credentials and has earned exceptional accolades from clients and from within its industry that includes top-ratings in the Relocation Baker’s Dozen since 2009; the Platinum award for twenty one consecutive years; Quest for Quality award; #1 Ranked Service Company and more! To learn more visit:


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