Herald JournalHerald Journal, May 2, 2005

Name says it best: Good Riddance

By Teresa Jagodzinski

Keeping their nine kids busy spurred Dave and Kay Jorgensen to think of a new home-based business located between Howard Lake and Cokato.

Good Riddance Hauling and Disposal Clean-up Services started up last year.

“We wanted a side job that would help people out,” Dave said, “and that would give our boys something to do.”

With nine children ranging in age from 8 months to 16 years, and seven of them being boys, he has plenty of help.

His children are homeschooled, so the older boys are available during the day to do some jobs while he’s at work.

Jorgensen works full-time as a social worker for McLeod County.

“We’ll do any job within 30 miles,” Jorgensen explained. Their motto is “We take away stuff you want to get rid of!”

“Anything from cleaning up construction site debris and yards to hauling away old appliances and furniture, we’ll do it,” he explained.

“We’ll take away single items or multiple loads,” he said.

Homeowners, property managers, contractors, Realtors, or businesses who need help are the target of their business.

A small truck which can be used as a local moving service is also available through their business.

They’ll do all of the lifting, loading, and unloading.

For more information, a free estimate, or to schedule an appointment, call (320) 286-5542 and ask for Good Riddance Services.

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