The Titans

Ted Bowler

Ted is a graduate of The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, and Catholic Memorial High School in Boston, MA. Upon graduation from college, Ted received a commission as an officer in the United States Marine Corps during which time he was a member of the Multi-National Peacekeeping Force in Beirut, Lebanon. Later, Ted worked as a research analyst for the American Insitutes for Research in Washington, DC. Finally, Ted eased into the moving business, working six years for a mid-size moving company based in Arlington, VA. Since that time, he has personally managed the moves of CBS News personality Bob Scheiffer, Washington Metropolitan area news anchor Gordon Peterson, Literary Editor of the New Republic Leon Wieseltier, and Senator Ted Kennedy.

Will Reich

Will is an owner of Titan Moving and Storage with 12 years of experience in the industry. Will served with honor in the prestigious 3rd Infantry Regiment, U.S. Army (The Old Guard). He was a casket bearer on the full-honor team at Arlington National Cemetery and participated at numerous White House ceremonies. As a Titan, Will is responsible for daily operations of household moving. Will has moved several high profile customers, including Andre Collins (Washington Redskins), Larry McMurtry (author - Lonesome Dove), and Greta Van Susteren (Fox News talk show host). Will is from Vermont and lives in Alexandria with his family.

Scott Polk

Scott is an owner of Titan Moving and Storage with 16 years of experience in the industry. Scott worked for the Padded Wagon Moving and Storage in New York City prior to relocating to Northern Virginia. Scott is an expert in the handling of fine art and antiques, as well as complex furniture disassembly and high-end electronic computer configurations. Scott's moving expertise has benefitted such clients as the late Shirley Povich (renowned sports writer for The Washington Post), Leon Wieseltier (literary editor of The New Republic), Charles Lindsay (owner of Lindsay Cadillac), and John McEnearney (owner of McEnearney Real Estate). Scott lives in Old Town Alexandria.

Alvaro Ramos

Alvaro has worked for Titan for four years. His moving expertise includes preparing furniture for transport, packing breakables, and crating fine art and marble. Alvaro is originally from El Salvador and is an avid DC United soccer fan. Alvaro is married and lives with his wife and sons in Alexandria.


As Titan's accountant and philosopher, Louie wears a variety of hats and has the most energy on the team. In the role of accountant, he barks orders in order to make sure all financial transactions are accurately documented and recorded. As philosopher, Louie concerns himself with the more existential aspects of moving. His most recent ponderings include: the actual existence of Titan's moving trucks, how to find meaning in carrying furniture, and the reason for his being. He also assumes various managerial roles and can often be seen keeping the other workers on a short leash. He has a bone to pick with moving companies that offer poor service!

Andrew Pitsenberger

Andrew graduated from Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda, MD. He is currently studying engineering at Catholic University, where he is also the starting outside linebacker on the Cardinals football team. His role as the outside linebacker is analogous to his work as a Titan. In both, he tackles each day as a new challenge, is responsible for containment of people (football) and goods (moving), and always tries to ensure safety. However, the main difference is that in football is tries to force fumbles!

Chris Pitsenberger

Chris graduated from Good Counsel High School in Wheaton, MD, where he was an All-Met football player and led his team to the WCAC championship. He started his collegiate career on a football scholarship at West Liberty University, but has since transferred to play for Catholic University, where he is studying philosophy. Before and after work, he engages in intense debate with Louie. For example, he recently argued that Sleeper Sofas are heavier than non-Sleeper Sofas. Not surprisingly, Louie could not bring any a posteriori knowledge to the debate. Chris' mantra is: He who has a why to relocate others can bear the weight of any load of furniture.

Andy Mullinax

Andy has worked for Titan for three years. Andy graduated from Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax and currently attends Christopher Newport University in Newport News, VA. Andy is majoring in history and plans on attending the US Marine Corps Officer Candidate School upon graduation. Andy was an all-state football player and an all-region lacrosse player at Robinson. He currently plays Division 3 lacrosse at CNU.

Trey Logie

Trey has worked at Titan for six years. Trey is a graduate of Mount Vernon High School and currently attends Northern Virginia Community College. While at Mount Vernon, he was an all-district and all-region lacrosse player. Try is an avid hockey player, having achieved Canadian hockey certification (played competitive hockey for ten years). He played junior level hockey for the Philadelphia Little Flyers.

Jim McGowan

Jim has worked at Titan for four years and he likes to think that in fact, the job actually moves him. He attended Robinson Secondary School and graduated from the University of Virginia where he played club baseball and majored in American Studies and Spanish. Jim's interests include music and wordplay and he specializes in large furniture and small jokes.

John Greenwald

John has worked at Titan for five years. He attended the Landon School and is a graduate of Williams College where he majored in history and played football and wrestled. He has been accepted to Tulane Medical School; in the meantime, he is drafting his latest work, "Simple Machines in America - How the Ramp Changed the Moving Industry."

Nicholas Cavallaro

Nicholas graduated from Christopher Newport University where he studied communications and played four years of varsity lacrosse. He also graduated from Robinson Secondary School where he was an All-District and All-Region lacrosse player. Nicholas is currently conducting an independent post-baccalaureate study about customer communication types. For example, when a customer says, "We will be completely packed on move day" - what does that really mean? His initial findings on this topic show that "completely packed" are relative words!

Chris Cutrona

Chris has been a Titan for eight years and enjoys the geometric aspects of moving. As a former high school geometry teacher, he sometimes invokes theorems and postulates in order to optimize how furniture is carried (at least in his head). Chris attended Robinson Secondary School and graduated from the University of Virginia where he studied systems and information engineering.