Started 1965, Joseph Sr. purchased a small local moving and storage business. The name was changed from Sparacino Brothers to Joseph Sparacino Movers which still bears his name to this day. Joseph started out mainly by making local deliveries at lumber yards and textile mills. He was contracted by the locally famed Globe Store to deliver pianos and appliances. In July of 1968, Joseph met Mr. Earnest S. Wheaton, the founder of Wheaton World Wide Moving and on a handshake and verbal agreement, an agency agreement was struck. Joseph Sparacino Movers is still associated with Wheaton World Wide Moving and continue to have a strong relationship. In 2013, Sparacino and Wheaton will celebrate their 45th year of successful partnership. In 1970, Joseph made an acquisition of a company in neighboring Wilkes Barre, PA — Clune Transfer. This purchase expanded Sparacino Movers operating authority into 9 northeast states. In 1986, the company was incorporated then applied for and received 48 state operating authorities.