Leadership

Meet the Team

Rick Smith – CEO

Rick Smith – CEO

Rick Smith – CEO

Rick Smith – CEO

Rick took the helm of Corporate Moving Systems, an agent for United Van Lines in 1987. With the help of an experienced team of industry professionals and the eventual merger with Sullivan Moving &Storage, The CMS companies have grown to over 400 employees in 5 locations. Rick serves on the board of UniGroup, Inc., which is the holding company for United, Mayflower and a number of other subsidiaries serving the moving and relocation services industry.Rick grew up in the Pacific Northwest, attended the University Of Washington School Of Business, and has been married for over 30 years with two children.Loves to snow ski wherever the conditions are best and boating in the San Juan’s and Gulf Islands.

Tony Crivellone – Vice President

Tony Crivellone – Vice President

Tony Crivellone – Vice President

Tony Crivellone – Vice President

Tony Crivellone has been in the industry for almost 41st years. His start began with assisting van operators loading and unloading while going to college. He graduated from St. Martins University & Pacific Lutheran University. He then worked as a warehouse manager, dispatcher,operations manager and branch manager for a moving company in Tacoma.Tony began carrier with CMS Relocation and Logistics in March 2001 as operations director then general manager / vice president 7 years ago. Currently manages the Washington State based facilities of The CMS Companies, CMS Relocation and Logistics, which employs over 120 personnel and provides household goods, logistics, office and industrial relocations throughout Washington, Continental US ,and Internationally as a carrier of United Van lines.

Tami Levinson – Controller

Tami Levinson – Controller

Tami Levinson – Controller

Tami Levinson – Controller

In 2000, Tami began her career in the moving and storage industry as a public CPA for Bekins Moving & Storage Co. In 2005, Bekins hired her from public accounting to become their controller. By 2009 she was CFO and a key decision maker for all financial business processes and procedures over their six branch locations and corporate headquarters.Bekins sold their business in 2013 and Tami began working for CMS Relocation and Logistics shortly after as their controller.

James Amandus – CMS Logistics

James Amandus – CMS Logistics

James Amandus – CMS Logistics

James Amandus – CMS Logistics

James began working in the transportation industry in August 2001 as a dispatcher, managing crews and drivers, organizing routing, scheduling and estimates. James later became a logistics consultant for Lile Logistics, and through his hard work ethic and motivated selling, he created a new business line. In August 2003 James began his venture with CMS Relocation and Logistics; he has created brand/identity and market focus for a new logistics division, developed customer base from new relationships and much more. James quickly became a great asset to CMS Relocation and Logistics.