A Christmas Message to our Friends

December 17, 2015 | By James Boydston

Thank you for taking time in your busy lives to connect with us.

At Handi-Lift our mission is to provide “Accessibility with Dignity.” We strive to inspire confidence in our accessibility solutions, and to honor the God-given dignity of all people.

We’ve had another year to be thankful for our vendors and employees who help us get the job done; for our customers, whether they are contractors, architects, or building owners; and for being able to provide accessibility for people who need lifts and for their families.I am proud to be the 3rd generation of my family to run the business, and grateful we could celebrate our 40th anniversary this year.

At Christmas time my family has always gathered together to remember the greatest gift that God has given to mankind: Jesus Christ.

Merry Christmas from my family to yours.

James Boydston

President, Handi-Lift Inc.

Author Bio

James Boydston Photo
James is the President of Handi-Lift Service, Inc. and Doug Boydston's son. James has been with Handi-Lift for 10 years.

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  • Dear Mr. Boydston,Thank you for the beautiful e-mail. I was particularly impressed with the Nativity Scene. So many people today are pushing God out of their lives. Little do they know, having God in their lives is the most important thing they can do for themselves.Again, I thank you.Best Regards,Laura

    By Laura Scotti on December 17, 2015

  • Thank you so much for reminding me to glorify Jesus this Christmas Season. God bless you for your courage in remembering Jesus and Heaven in this day and age. Thank you!Jamie

    By Jamie Etter on December 17, 2015

  • Thank you for your ministry. A blessed Christmas to you and your loved ones!

    By The Rev. Victoria Geer McGrath on December 17, 2015

  • Jim, Your attitude and message is something our world needs more now than ever before. If more people looked at God our Father for help and guidance, the world would be a much safer and pleasant place to live. For now, we can pray for people to change their beliefs, stop looking for instant gratification, take personal responsibility and treat one another like God wanted us too. Merry Christmas to you, your family and to all that read this comment.

    By Tom Spera on December 17, 2015

  • Dear Mr. Boydston:Forgive my manners, I want to wish you and your family and all your employees a Very Happy and Blessed Christmas and good things to come to you in 2016.Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!Laura

    By Laura Scotti on December 17, 2015

  • Dear Mr. Boydston, We just had to drop you a few lines to let you know how much your Christmas message meant to us. In a world where "Merry Christmas" and the Nativity is no longer accepted by many, your wishes remind us that there still are many who not only believe in Jesus Christ but try to live it. Thank you for keeping the Christ in Christmas. Wishing you and yours a blessed Christmas and a Happy and Healthy 2016.

    By Peter and Lynn Dragasakis/Olympic Siding & Window on December 17, 2015

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