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Chuck Neville was brought up and lived the earlier years of his life in Queens in New York City.  He spent 5 years after graduating high school in a contemplative monastery studying to be a priest.
After realizing that that wasn't his real vocation he finished his undergraduate degree in Psychology at Hunter College.  He then worked as an educator and therapist in a private institution for emotionally disturbed children.  In an attempt to escape the "rat race" of New York City, he went off in search of peace and quiet in the wilderness.  He found his wilderness at the end of the Dillon Road  in the township of Eaton-Cookshire.  

Thanks to several women, Chuck was able to survive.  His greatest thanks goes to Cathy Brochet
with whom he founded Les Serres Neville and built it into the business it is today.