Sibcy Cline Employee Spotlight: Jason Kitzmiller

  • Title: Relocation Coordinator
  • Hometown: Cincinnati (East Side!)
  • Current home: Anderson Township
  • Proudest life accomplishment: Becoming a father
  • Favorite local hang-outs: Madtree Taproom and Mt. Carmel Brewery

At the heart of real estate are the ideas of home, family, and community, so when Jason Kitzmller says “real estate runs in my blood,” it’s no surprise that people are the motivating force behind everything he does. As a relocation coordinator, Jason assists clients with “one of the most important moves of their lives,” and he’s serious about making it the best possible experience for them. His goal is to “set the bar high and exceed expectations.”  

Holding to a standard and taking pride in his work is something that Jason learned from his father and grandfather, who both worked in real estate development. “My dad used to say ‘approach your work with an ownership mentality,’” he says. Having worked closely with his father for several years, Jason made the transition to the residential side of real estate after his dad scaled back his business a few years ago. “I admired watching my dad’s projects come to life, knowing he was part of improving the community, especially our hometown of Anderson.”  

When it came time for his dad to step back from his business and for Jason to move on to something else, it was the Sibcy Cline brand that initially interested him in the job listing for a relocation coordinator. “I had absolutely no idea what a relocation coordinator was, or much at all about the relocation business, but I was familiar with the brand. Sibcy Cline has a large presence in Anderson, so I decided to take a chance and apply for the job.”  

It wasn’t just the prominence of the brand that attracted Jason, but the fact that it was family-owned. Because he worked for his dad’s business for many years, it was “something I held near and dear to my heart,” he says. “Seeing Rob Sibcy in the office every day, and his wife Pam very involved, and watching him pass the torch to Robin [Sheakley]….that meant a lot to me because a family business was what I knew and loved.”  

Valuing family is something that Jason continues to bring to his work every day. He works with clients who are moving out of the area because of a job transfer, so that transition period often involves the client’s family, who is also affected by the move. He appreciates the opportunity to learn about each client and their family throughout the process of relocation. “I try to connect with each customer to understand their own set of circumstances. It’s interesting to hear each customer’s story and background. I learn something new with each transaction.”  

As a people-person, one of the things Jason finds most rewarding is “realizing their excitement when they close on their home and begin a new chapter in their career.” Along the way, Jason feels that a lot of trust is placed in both him and the agent to get things done and make that transition happen for their client and their family. Providing the best possible experience and outcome is what motivates him daily.  

In addition to his work, Jason has a new daily motivator in his life—his newborn son, Jett. Jason and his wife Lydia welcomed Jett to the world on August 11, 2021. Jason is already planning to share the things he enjoys with his son—hiking, camping, playing basketball, and golf. But he’s most excited to share his favorite hobby: spending time boating at his family home on Lake Lorelei. “I’m a third-generation captain in our family and I’m looking forward to teaching my son how to captain the boat and continue the Kitzmiller tradition!”  

Moving For Love? A New Service Paves the Way to Make a Dream a Reality is a new relocation service that assists individuals throughout the moving process to ensure that each aspect of the move is properly handled.

Companies often provide resources to assist an employee’s relocation for a job in a new city, state or country. Now those same types of services are available from to individuals who are pursuing their personal passions. The service has been created by the same professionals at Sibcy Cline Relocation Services who have handled corporate relocation for over thirty years.

Robin Sheakley is the founder of Moving For Love and President and is the third generation of her family in the real estate industry, following in the footsteps of her father, Rob Sibcy, who is the president of Sibcy Cline Realtors. Says Robin, “My father has always had an unwavering statement since I was a child that people graduate, get married, get promotions, have babies, and sometimes they suffer job loss, death or illness. All can necessitate a move locally or sometimes much further away. This is when our job starts. In my 15 years in the real estate and relocation business, I have seen people move for many reasons and it is especially rewarding to help those who are moving for love and pursuing their passions. Whether starting a new life with that special person or retiring to the mountains or beach, Moving for Love is there to provide time-saving assistance in making that dream possible.”

Moving can be an incredibly stressful process, whether across town, the country, or the globe. When a couple that met online decides to take the plunge or a blogger decides to find inspiration in the mountains, the end result sounds magical, but the steps to get there can be daunting. is there to help.

The web-based service,, combined with a personal move assistant offers cost of living comparisons, Realtor referral services, and coordination of household goods (estimates, storage and final move), temporary housing, as well as rental assistance. Once someone registers on the site and joins the move, a personal move assistant will reach out to ensure attention is given to all details throughout the moving process.

Moving for Love can assist individuals from coast to coast and around the globe.  For more information, visit or contact Claudia Adelhardt at 513-985-2634.