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Kirk Hensler


Vice President of Operations

As VP of Operations, Kirk Hensler manages the long-distance operations, as well as develops policies for local operations departments and improves safety and quality performances. In addition, Kirk coordinates the efforts between the sales and operations divisions to help drive the company’s overall success.

Prior to being promoted in 2008, Kirk served as the general manager for Premier Relocations, Corrigan’s sister Mayflower agent. In that role, he oversaw the sales staff, supervised operations, hired owner/operators, and managed the company’s warehouse, call center, marketing and website.  He also handled new and existing accounts.

Before joining the Corrigan team, Kirk served as general manager and operations manager for Stevens Worldwide Van Lines, where he supervised more than 100 union van personnel and 26 truck owner/operators, as well as coordinated sales efforts and fleet and facility repairs.

Kirk is a graduate of Alma College, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in marketing. He is a Certified Moving Consultant, Certified Professional Mover, and a Registered International Mover through the American Moving and Storage Association.

Under his leadership, Corrigan has won several United Van Lines awards, including Customer Choice, Fleet Safety and Performance Excellence awards. He is a member of the American Moving and Storage Association and Michigan Movers Association.

In 2015 Kirk was the recipient of the United Van Lines Operations Achievement Award.  This prestigious award is given to only one person this year and signifies that Kirk’s operational leadership is among the best in the nation.

When he is not working, Kirk, a self-proclaimed diehard Detroit sports fan, can be found cheering on the Lions, Tigers, Red Wings and Pistons. Aside from his love of sports, Kirk is also a collector of all things pertaining to wolves, from pictures and books to statues.