HARTFORD, Conn., Sept. 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Lifeway Mobility, a Connecticut-based accessibility solutions company, is pleased to announce its acquisition of Sugar Hill Building & Design, a specialized building company focused on designing and constructing home modifications for people with mobility limitations.
Sugar Hill, based in Tolland, Connecticut, will operate as Lifeway Mobility, and Sugar Hill owner Amy Finke will join the Lifeway Mobility team as the Vice President of Business Development for both Lifeway Mobility and Freedom Lifts, a Lifeway company.
Finke is a Certified Aging in Place Specialist and Certified Environmental Access Consultant who works with caregivers, health care professionals and family members to provide solutions to increase home safety.
"Amy brings years of experience and valuable expertise to the Lifeway team," says Lifeway Mobility's Paul Bergantino. "Her dedication and focus on the unique needs of each client fits perfectly with Lifeway's commitment to putting the needs of its customers first, and she will enhance our ability to identify the right accessibility solution and serve our customers."
"I'm very excited to be joining Lifeway," says Finke, "not only because they are a successful team, but because they take a holistic and caring approach to helping people with mobility issues, and that resonates with me. I'm in this to help people, and they are too."
Lifeway Mobility is a locally owned and operated accessibility solutions provider serving Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Lifeway Mobility offers a full suite of accessibility and safety solutions for people with temporary or permanent mobility limitations, including ramps, stair lifts, and bath safety solutions. For more information visit www.LifewayMobility.com.
Freedom Lifts, a Lifeway company, provides stair lifts throughout southern New England, and elevators, dumbwaiters and wheelchair lifts in Connecticut and Rhode Island. To learn more about Freedom Lifts, visit www.Freedomlifts.com.
SOURCE Lifeway Mobility