Charles Pitcher experienced a broad range of experiences working in shipyards, lumberyards, chemical plants, resort hotels, hospitals, state agencies and service in the U.S. Army as a medical specialist.
He received a BS degree in geology from Ole Miss and a law degree (cum laude) from the Jackson School of Law. He served as Pascagoula, Mississippi city judge for four years, then completed his general practice. He specialized in real property law and retired in 1997.
He and Elizabeth Ann, his wife of fifty years have three daughters, thirteen grandchildren and one great grandson.
He benefited greatly from his varied work and life experiences in order to write his first fiction novel, Two Lives One Life, then memoirs in My Uncle Pat .