Bio-One Columbus – Making A Difference
One of the most important aspects of Bio-One Columbus’s work is the meaningful impact we make in our customer’s lives. The reviews speak for themselves, but we would like to highlight a few:
- They could’ve not have made it any easier for our family. My mom was able to stay in her home after she lost her husband of 33 years. They are the best in this business. ~Lori, Columbus
- It was nice to get a compassionate group of people who genuinely not only cared about the job, but was able to settle my dad's nerves with what he was able to keep. ~Taylor, Columbus
- This company has so much empathy. We unfortunately experienced a tragic accident and Tim was quick to come the same day. He was very caring and understanding. Thank you so much for making this process a little easier on our lives. ~Jenny, Columbus
Did You Know?
National Make A Difference Day is October 22. Make a Difference Day was established in 1992 to offer community support and encourage volunteerism across the country. Since its inception, Make a Difference Day has inspired over 30 million volunteer hours.
Some ideas for this day:
- Volunteer in your community.
- Be a mentor.
- Make a charitable donation.
- Organize a food drive.
- Say a kind word of support.
Cornerstone of Hope is an organization dedicated to providing support, education and hope for the grieving. Cornerstone of Hope offers grieving individuals and families the chance to cope with their loss and emerge from their pain with a renewed sense of purpose. For more information, visit their website at https://cornerstoneofhope.org
Tim Lockard is the owner of Bio-One of Columbus. As a paramedic for almost 20 years, Tim understands the need for compassionate help for families who have experienced tragedy. His years of experience in emergency response have given him an intimate understanding of how to help families in crisis. Tim and his team bring this professionalism and expertise to every job. He has a true passion for helping others and serving those in his community.