Charles Myrick has worked for the firm as a mail clerk for 15 years. His responsibilities vary from distributing mail, including Fed-Ex and UPS, and posting mail for company-wide pickup. Because of the firm’s growing size and the large amount of mail coming in and going out each day, Charles and his co-worker, Fred Gamble, work under challenging conditions each day. Their job is very important.
Charles has been married for 14 years to his wife Sheila, who works as a neo-natal nurse in the intensive care unit at Baptist Hospital South. He has one stepson, Keith, who serves in the National Guard and has been deployed to Afghanistan on three occasions.
Charles suffered severe injuries, including a severe head injury, in a motor vehicle accident in 1990. The accident left him in a coma for more than three weeks. However, Charles now lives as a brain damage survivor and continues to inspire others struggling from similar situations to do the same. In his free time, Charles enjoys watching Alabama football, doing yard work and being involved with activities and support groups at Christ Community Church in Montgomery. Charles is a most valuable employee who works hard and gets the job done each day. I can say without reservation that he is an inspiration to all of us at Beasley Allen. We are blessed to have Charles with us.
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