Attendant CEO Alex Kruger is Today’s Honoree

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Alex Kruger is the Founder and CEO of Attendant and they have an amazing new software that is helping families ease through a difficult transition.

Losing someone is hard. Whether you think you’re prepared or not, questions and uncertainty will always arise. And in the middle of grieving, the last thing you want to think about is closing out a utility provider or contacting social security. The end-of-life matters that arise are time-consuming, stressful and couldn’t come at a worse time.

Here at Attendant, we’re changing that. Our goal is to be the helping hand when people need it most. Loss will never be easy, but with our help, you’ll spend less time tying up loose ends and more time with the ones you love. Focus on family, we’ll handle the rest.

Dealing with a loss of a loved one is never easy and the last thing you want to think about is ending services for credit cards, Social Security, utilities, etc. Typically speaking family members delay this process and are often charged for unnecessary services.  Have you ever had to cancel a service due to death?  Most require that many forms be completed and sent out with your loved ones death certificate.  This is a tedious job and can be extremely stressful while grieving for the lost member.  Attendant cares and understands this and has seen numerous family members deal with the hours of tedious calls and cancellations that are involved.

Visit Alex Kruger for more information.

 

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