Charles Doerrler grew up in Erie, Pennsylvania. He lived in the area for many years before moving to the Washington, D.C., region to work as a government contractor.
Growing up near Lake Erie, Charles was actively involved in water sports. He even spent time scuba diving in the Lake. He also took an early interest in hypnosis. After teaching himself the technique, he would hypnotize his friends for fun.
When Charles was only 15 years old, his father passed away. Following his father’s death, Charles immediately began working to put himself through school. He graduated from nearby Gannon College in 1961 with a degree in Business Administration and a minor in Finance.
Several years after graduating, Charles married Kay, who worked as a bookkeeper. The couple went on to have three children: Bob, Sally and Bill. Charles spent much of his children’s young lives attending their sporting events and other activities. The family also enjoyed many wonderful vacations, including frequent trips to Hershey Park.
Prior to retiring in 2002, Charles enjoyed a long and successful career as a government contractor with the highest level of security clearance. While he found his career rewarding, retirement has given him more time to spend with his wife, children and seven grandchildren.
When Charles started to experience some health problems, the family realized they needed help. They contacted LivHOME, a professional home care company serving the Washington, D.C. metropolitan region.
In addition to providing highly trained and qualified caregivers, LivHOME also provides care managers to coordinator care for every client. LivHOME’s care managers are credentialed experts in senior care with a specialty in social work, nursing or mental health who supervise all caregivers to ensure that they enhance the home care experience for every client.
LivHOME has continued to provide exceptional care for Charles, giving his entire family enormous peace of mind. With a little extra help, Mr. Doerrler is able to remain in his longtime home—and has no plans to leave.
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