Charlie died in 2016, just short of his 80th birthday. His loss was greatly felt by his community.
Charlie believed in ‘giving back’ and being there for his community. He especially valued his aged community and did not want to see them suffer because of hardship or loneliness.
Charlie’s ‘gift’ is his legacy, the ‘Gift of Giving’ companionship and support to our aged at risk of loneliness, social isolation or hardship.