Serving Seniors Since 2003
The Leading South Florida Move Manager
Integrity to bring the best
A Move Made Easy was started in 2003 by Sharon Cofar, a certified project manager. Ms. Cofar left the corporate arena to start her own company, A Move Made Easy, to make a difference in the lives of others. Sharon is totally dedicated to pleasing her clients and alleviating the stress connected with relocation.
"The Art of Living"
Sharon Cofar featured in 2007 on "The Art of Living" on senior moving service.
Sharon grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where she volunteered with the elderly since she was 8 years old. She has always been active in the community and has earned several awards for her charity involvement. Professionally, she has also won many awards for her outstanding customer service.
“YEAH. I love when I can help someone. A by-product of helping my Senior clients with their downsizing and moving is all the wonderful things I get to collect and donate. What a good feeling I have at the end of the day.” Sharon Cofar
A Move Made Easy in the News
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Sharon Cofar, cSMM, CRTS, PMP
Sharon has been a guest speaker on several radio programs and has been featured in a number of magazine and newspaper articles throughout the United States including the Certified Senior Advisor Magazine, Senior Spirit, Ft. Lauderdale Sun Sentinel, Miami Herald, Boca Raton Times and Coral Springs Forum.
Active in the community and committed to making a difference
She currently serves on the Board of Elder Services Resource Network, is a member of the National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM), the Broward Coalition on Aging, the American Health Association, Women in Healthcare and Project Management Institute. She is the founder and past president of Brittany chapter, Women’s American ORT and the former Vice President of Lake County Region in Illinois. In 1999, she was selected as a “Hometown Hero” by the Miami Herald newspaper. She has always been active in the community and committed to making a difference.
Currently, she carries through her commitment and love for seniors with her involvement in the Elder Services Resource Network Senior Expo and Outreach committees, and as a member of the planning committee of the Broward County Alzheimer Memory Walk.