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Meet Gentle Giant's New England and Boston Area Movers

Gentle Giant Moving Company prides itself on being a different kind of Boston Area Moving Company. We believe that it is the quality of our people - the Giants - that makes us stand apart from the rest. Gentle Giant's Boston Movers are an exceptionally tight knit team with decades of service between them - showing their true dedication to the company.

Gentle Giant's Boston Movers are not only skilled furniture movers, but also a highly diverse and unique group of individuals, ranging from all corners of the globe with varied interests in sports, travel, arts, and culture. All Giants embody our core principals of a professional workforce with skill, intellect, and integrity.

We invite you to meet some of Gentle Giant's Boston Area Movers who make Gentle Giant Moving Company a different kind of Boston Moving Company.

Larry O'TooleLarry O'Toole, President and Founder

In 1980, Larry O'Toole founded Gentle Giant Moving Company with a friend's borrowed truck and a $17 investment: a one-time ad in the Boston Phoenix newspaper.



Chris Fernandes, Dispatcher, BostonChris Fernandes

Chris grew up in the Boston area and played football for Malden High School. After being discharged from the army, he saw an ad in the newspaper for Gentle Giant Moving Company. Chris decided to give moving a try and has now been with the company more than 15 years.


Ryan Libby
Ryan Libby, Branch Manager, Rhode Island

Ryan Libby, branch manager at the Providence, Rhode Island office, started at Gentle Giant the way many Giants a summer job to earn extra money. Instead, he found an unexpected career path.



Jim Chidiac, Branch Manager, New HampshireJim Chidiac

Like many customers, Jim was referred to Gentle Giant Moving Company by a friend. In his 15+ years with the company, he has seen a lot of changes and a lot of growth. He remembers that, on his first day as a crew chief, founder Larry O'Toole's parting advice was, "If you have any doubts, just throw an extra pad on it."