Volunteer Spotlight: Charlie Hanover

Charlie Hanover is a retired TRIMEDX associate and now uses his free time to support the TRIMEDX Foundation. Charlie’s first mission trip was to Kenya Relief, located in East Africa. Since that time, he has completed eight mission trips for TRIMEDX Foundation.

Q: Why did you decide to volunteer with TRIMEDX Foundation?

A: I have volunteered in church and local theater for many years. Once I retired and had more availability, I wanted to use my skills to give back. I financially support two children at Kenya Relief.​​​​​​​

Q: Who inspires you?  

A: My dad inspired me to be inquisitive and have the confidence to tackle construction and maintenance projects around the house when growing up.

Q: What is something about you (a fun fact) that not many people know?

A: I run the tech and lights for the local Carmel Community Players. I play bass bells in the bell choir at church. In 1964, I placed sixth in the Indianapolis Soap Box Derby.

Q: If you had to eat one meal every day for the rest of your life, what would you choose?

A: Chili but not with the macaroni they put in it at grade school.
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Thanks to the generosity of so many, the TRIMEDX Foundation continues to make a global impact by raising the standard of healthcare for communities in need. TRIMEDX Foundation is a ministry committed to sharing knowledge, inspiring independence, and improving healthcare by meeting the unique needs of the communities we serve. For more information on volunteer opportunities, please visit our website.