Personalized Care in the Home
If you are looking for an organization that is committed to personalized CARE and support of your loved one, we can help.
Everything begins with a Plan of Care. Our approach is to do a thorough assessment and match the appropriate staff member based on the physical needs, personality, and temperament. This helps us to match the skill set required. It is critically important to understand the physical needs, but equally important to understand the person.
Our Staff members are selected because they are proven to be thoughtful and attentive to the details and needs of those we serve. We believe that every individual we serve should be treated with compassion and respect. We are committed to preserving and supporting the dignity of the individuals we care for.
Danny began his career working in his family business where learned the importance of hard work and delivering on your word. His father was his greatest teacher and mentor and demonstrated what it took to build something of value. The other most significant influence in Danny’s life was his church and his longtime Pastor Dr. Jerry Glisson.
Danny is a lifelong Memphian graduating from Treadwell High School, and The University of Memphis and completed all CFP studies at CBU. He also completed certified training courses in Long Term Senior Care through Genworth Financial Services prior to starting Eagle Care. He has served on the boards of Evangelical Christian School, and the YMCA, and he also strongly supports JIFF, a faith-based program that mentors juveniles as an alternative to detention.
Danny and Karen have been married for thirty-three years and he is most proud of his three children and five grandchildren. He loves Memphis and it’s world-renowned institutions including FedEx, St Jude, AutoZone, our medical community, and the generous philanthropic work that is done here.
Chief Operating Officer
Tanner grew up in Huntington, WV receiving his Bachelors in Business Administration from Marshall University. He moved to Memphis in 2009 to attend Mid America Baptist Theological Seminary, receiving his Masters of Divinity in 2012. He acts as the Chief Operating Officer at Eagle Care. Tanner has worked in this position since November of 2018. Prior to this position, Tanner was Minister of Adult Sports at Bellevue Baptist Church. Tanner and his wife Tracey have two daughters, Peyton and Harper, with a third on the way. In his spare time he enjoys coaching his daughter's soccer team, serving with the recreation and missions ministries at Bellevue, and serving with World Relief with his wife.
Earning her Bachelor's degree from Murray State University in Murray, KY and taking additional coursework in Early Childhood Education at The University of Memphis, Karen has been a teacher, as well as a stay at home mother for her 3 children. She was actively involved in marching band in her college days and traveled the country teaching flag and rifle at band camps. She was actively involved with her kid's athletic activities during their high school days. She went to all of her children's soccer, basketball and track competitions.
She enjoys her work because of the detail involved, as well as being able to work with the staff and clients. She and Danny were married in 1985 and now have 5 grandchildren and hoping for more. When Karen is away from work, she enjoys working out, reading, being outside and exploring new restaurants in Memphis with her husband and friends.
Her favorite thing to do is getting together with all of her children and grandchildren and just enjoy being together.
Outreach, Social Media
Tracey is a very proud mother of two young daughters and has been married to Tanner for six years. Tracey graduated from ECS, and the University of Memphis and met her husband met at Bellevue Baptist Church where he serves as Minister of Adult Sports. She has enjoyed travels to London, Budapest, Vienna, Prague and most recently she and Tanner traveled to Johannesburg, Lusaka, Zambia, and Dakar, Senegal. Tracey is very organized, loves her workout time, and especially enjoys visits with her sister Emily and her three children who live in Little Rock. She and Tanner love going to Tigers or Grizzlies games. She also spent time during her college years caring for her grandfather following his stroke. Tracey has a genuine love and compassion for people.
Louise has worked in senior care for nineteen years starting as CNA and working her way up to the position of Senior Staffing Coordinator at a local skilled care facility before coming to Eagle. Louise is from Clarksdale MS where she graduated from high school and attended Coahoma Junior college. She began taking care of her own father in her early twenties due to a very serious illness. Louise is a highly motivated and passionate person who is not afraid to tackle tough issues head-on.
Louise has been married to Johnny for twenty-three years and they have four children, including one son and one daughter in the US Army. She enjoys her family and traveling with Johnny when she can find the time.
Demetria grew up in Memphis graduating from Kingsbury High and Anthem College where she received her “Medical Assistant Diploma.” She enjoyed science and math and away from work she loves being a mom, music and her church. She started working early and her first job was at Burger King. Before coming to Eagle she worked at Volunteers of America where she assisted individuals with disabilities and at Delta Medical where she worked as a Medical Assistant for an Internal Medicine practice. Demetria has a calming approach to her work that makes her a joy to work with.
Demetria’s biggest goal is to return to school to get her BSN/RN.
Debbie Chandler is a graduate of Methodist Hospital School of Nursing and has been married to Dr. Gregg Chandler for 30 years. She and Gregg have two grown sons who graduated from the University of Tennessee and a daughter in law. Debbie loves giving her time and energy to those who have needs and has volunteered regularly at an inner city neighborhood food bank. She also loves spending time with Gregg on their farm and riding her tractor.
Put Your Trust in Eagle Care
All staff are our employees so we manage their daily activities by requiring “daily reports” that we also make available to the family.
All of our staff are required to have background checks, drug tests, and character references before they are ready to work in homes. We provide orientation depending on the specific needs of the individual we will be caring for.
We hold three separate State of TN licenses for Home Care, Facility Care. And Care for Special Needs Individuals.
We maintain Professional Liability insurance that protects our families from all forms of material loss, theft or damage.