For many years, we traveled to Puerto Vallarta for extended summer vacations. We would always return to Puerto Vallarta because when we were away we would miss the people, the beaches and the active lifestyle. As teachers we were blessed to spend entire summers in Puerto Vallarta for several years in a row. When Mom joined us she fell in love as well. The people of Puerto Vallarta embraced her as they had us, with open arms and gracious hearts, When Mom traveled, she used a transport chair. She had limited leg function and pulmonary fibrosis. We found it extremely difficult to maneuver the cobblestone and beaches of this tropical paradise. It was Mom who inspired us to start this venture and her memory that encourages us daily.
It is our desire to help others get themself or their loved ones to the beach. Puerto Vallarta has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world and these beaches should be accessible to everyone regardless of mobility limitations.
Let all that you do be done in love. 1 COR 14:16
Sheri retired early from teaching 6th grade math and science. Her favorite things to do in Vallarta include golf, snorkeling, exploring the less traveled roads, and spending time with friends and family. She is the heart of the operations of Beach Crossers. She takes care of the maintenance and inventory of all of the equipment.
Shirley loved Puerto Vallarta. She passed away in January of 2014, just a few days after Beach Crossers officially launched. Mom not only inspired us to begin this mobility service, but she inspired us to love travel, care for others, and follow our dreams. She will always be an important part of this business and a huge part of our hearts.
Terrie retired early from teaching high school science. Her favorite things to do in Vallarta include meeting new people, cherishing old friends, golf, snorkeling and photography. Terrie is the online presence for Beach Crossers. She takes care of the website, social media, and marketing.