Meet Our Comfort Keepers®

Our team is uniquely qualified and ready to help 

Every member of our team is professional and well trained. We conduct a thorough screening and interviewing process to identify the best home care providers, and only those who pass this process go on to complete training to deliver our special brand of home care and become Comfort Keepers®. What truly sets our people apart, though, is their natural gift for caring for others. 

All Comfort Keepers pass extensive background checks and complete continuing education. They are bonded, insured and covered by workers' compensation insurance to protect our clients and their families. No stone is left unturned. We become assured that each caregiver would be welcomed in our own homes.

Mike Chapman


I made a dramatic change in my 50's deciding on leaving corporate America and devoting my time to helping people. It has turned into a real passion and is reinforced everyday, with every client. The relationships and friendships with the families have been most satisfying. Just How could a Job be so personally rewarding? "Believe me, it is."

Kelly Brooks

Business Manager and Client Care Coordinator

My story is a little different, after having a successful sales career I began looking for something with meaning, something that I could give back, and somewhere I could make a difference. That’s when I first learned of Comfort Keepers. After meeting with Mike Chapman I soon went to work as a caregiver and it wasn’t long that I was placed with one of the most amazing client’s I could have ever imagined. I had the distinct pleasure in working with her over the next 3 years. During this time I learned how we (CK) made a difference, I saw how being with someone not only enriched their lives but extended their lives. I was asked to join the office in 2011; I came into the office, while maintaining my care giving position with my client. After Gracie passed away, I remained in the office full time. I am currently the Business Manager and I could not imagine being anywhere else. Our team gives 150% starting with our owner all the way through to the wonderful caregivers. Here at Comfort Keepers YOU matter, whether you’re the Client or an Employee.

Latina Cho

Scheduling Coordinator & Client Care Coordinator

I worked as a CVS Manager for 5 years when my husband was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease.  Faced with some tough decisions, I quit CVS to become my husband's full time caregiver.  Seven years later, my husband passed and I begin to look for an opportunity where I might be able to help others that were experiencing the tough job of caring for a loved-one with dementia. That’s when I found Comfort Keepers. I became a caregiver and eventually was promoted into the office.  I am currently a Scheduler and a Client Care Coordinator. I love my job. Along with my experience as a caregiver and the widow of an Alzheimer’s patient, I have the unique position of knowing how it feels to be both an employee AND a client.

Laura Sayers

Receptionist & Caregiver Client Care Coordinator

I have been with Comfort Keepers for 2 years; I too started as a Caregiver and have since moved into the office. Before coming to Comfort Keepers, I worked almost 25 years in Recreation Therapy in Hospitals and Rehabs; I also worked as an Ombudsman for 5 years. I have seen how the service that Comfort Keepers offer impacts the lives of patients and their families. We care for each client like they are a part of our family. We celebrate together, and we laugh together and at times mourn together because we care, and that’s what families do, the Comfort Keepers family.

Bill Crawford, Jr.

Marketing Director

Bill Crawford, Jr. is a native of Fort Worth, Texas. He is a graduate of Texas Christian University with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a minor in Accounting.  Bill’s work background includes the chemical, plastics and aerospace industries. His experience in those industries involved his expertise in management, marketing and procurement. His current position is Business Development and Education Director for Comfort Keepers In-Home Care. His duties also include providing education to the community on caring for loved ones with dementia. Bill is a qualified Dementia Care Specialist by the Alzheimer’s Association Foundation of America.

Bill is involved in a wide variety of community programs. He is currently Vice-Chairman of the Advisory Council of United Way’s Area Agency on Aging, Chairman of Outreach for the University of North Texas Health Science Center’s Healthy Aging Council and recently appointed by the Fort Worth City Council as board member of the Fort Worth Employee’s Retirement Fund. Bill also serves on Baylor All Saints Hospital’s 30-day Re-admission Task Force.  He is a former board member of the North Central Texas Alzheimer’s Association and the Ronald McDonald House.  Bill has served as a Deacon for University Christian Church.

Bill has two sons and his hobbies include photography, walking, fly fishing and interests in the local visual and performing arts.

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