Carol Neeley | Chaffin Luhana
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Carol Neeley

Social Worker/Case Manager

Carol Neeley is a licensed Social Worker and a Case Manager with the firm's Pittsburgh and West Virginia Offices.

She supports the firm’s regional personal injury and national mass tort clients. Carol received her Bachelor’s degree in social work from Bethany College and brings to the firm years of experience as a patient advocate and Admissions Director for a regional nursing home. She left her extensive career as a patient advocate for the elderly to help her son, Managing Partner Eric Chaffin, open the firm’s West Virginia office. Carol is known around the office as “Mom.” Carol has two sons, Eric and Tom, and six grandkids, who she enjoys spending her spare time with. Carol lives in New Cumberland, West Virginia with her husband Timothy, and their extremely energetic dog, Ivan.

Carol’s 2014 Chaffin Luhana Foundation Charity donation was to the Hancock County Animal Shelter Foundation. Carol and her family adopted their dog, Ivan, from the shelter. Carol said Ivan made a huge difference in their lives. She wanted this donation to help care for other animals like Ivan who are waiting to find their permanent home.

For 2015, Carol chose the TEAR (Trinity Emergency Assistance Relief) Fund at the Tony Teramana Cancer Center in Steubenville, Ohio. Carol first became familiar with Teramana when her loved one was diagnosed with cancer. She said the Center continues to show kindness and compassion to patients and families who are desperate for hope.

For 2017, Carol nominated Chester-Newell FISH. After volunteering for the Chaffin Luhana Foundation’s Turkey Giveaway, Carol was inspired to help people in need within her community. Chester-Newell FISH will use Carol’s donation to continue feeding the hungry, just like they have for the past 45 years.

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