Charles Gary K.

Caregiver & Family

Charles is my brother. When our mother suffered a severe stroke, he would work a full shift at a job which required a lot of long hours and hard work. After work, he would go right to Mother, and he never once gave up hope or a spare moment. He dedicated himself to her recovery and personal care. In spite of major surgery himself, he took little downtime for himself. Mother survived seven months of Hell, but his presence helped her smile, and he helped give her what little quality of life was possible. Thank you, Baby Brother.


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