PERSONAL BAGGAGE
A Tale of Marriage, Medicine and Murder

Leroy

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Chapter 9: Chapter Nine
"...Their helper had gone home and Maria was preparing to leave when Leroy Crouch, the night supervisor, came to Oncology. Having started his career as a medic in the Army, he was now in his mid-forties with a paunch, and new patients often mistook him for a doctor because he sounded like an authority on everything. ..."
"...On the other side of the fourth floor, the nurses were gathered behind a counter that defined their station. In the center of the area a circular desk held a revolving double-decker rack bearing the patients’ charts. Leroy Crouch sat down at the desk and a sniffling nurse in her sixties handed him a chart. ..."
"...and two staff members would leave, like, say they were going for a smoke. That night, I was one of the smokers. We went over to Eye, took the elevator down to Second, and hid in the dark hall ready to jump out, right? But when Leroy brought the new nurse down on the elevator, the door opened and shut three times in a row. The nurse with me jumped in, but I was scared stiff. I stood in the hall and watched the indicator light up for first floor. When the elevator ..."

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Chapter 15: Chapter Fifteen
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"... called the supervisor. “I’ll get another one from Pharmacy, but you’ll have to make out an incident report,” Leroy Crouch told her. That stuff can explode if it’s dropped or gets hot. The reason we keep it locked up is because addicts like to sniff it.” By 5 a.m., after 12 mgs ..."

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Chapter 19: Chapter Nineteen
"...It was eleven o’clock, and Maria stood at the elevator with her coat on. “Miss Hattye asked for cake and cream so I got her some from the kitchen. Leroy was down there and he wanted to know how we’re doing, so I told him we have one circling. He said the hospital’s chaplain was notified today.” ..."
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"... go home,” Penny said, resting her head on the table. “Penny.” Leroy Crouch stood beside her with a wheelchair. “You’re through for the night. CCU’s not busy, and I’ve pulled a nurse to finish out your shift.” “Thank you,” Penny said, her mind functioning again. ..."

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"... picked up the receiver at the nurses’ desk. “Hi Penny, it’s Leroy Crouch. I need to pull Maria to Third because their unit secretary had to go home for a family emergency. Do you think you’ll be all right?” “I guess so,” Penny said. “We’ll have four patients ..."
"...Penny reentered 409 and Maria handed her Mr. Logan’s vital signs. “Don’t tell me,” Maria said. “I already know Leroy’s sending me to Third. Kerri Kenyon will bring you some uniforms when she gets off break.” Maria turned to Mr. Logan. “What you need is more flowers in here! I’ll try and find some for you, Nealy.” ..."
"...As Penny completed Flossie Mae’s admission, two security guards and Supervisor Leroy Crouch arrived on the elevator. The admission assessment had taken even longer than usual because Mrs. Banks, who could see into Flossie Mae’s room from her bed, kept motioning for her daughter to come to her room. Penny had stopped three times for Flossie Mae to go ..."
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"... of everything and then stops.” Leroy shuffled papers while Penny opened the snacks she had brought, set them on the staff table, and invited Carina, Leroy, and both guards to join her. While they ate, they listened to snatches of a large variety of music. “I see what you mean,” Leroy ..."
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"... to snatches of a large variety of music. “I see what you mean,” Leroy said. “It sounds like background music for a Tourettes’ convention! This is how you stop it.” He flipped a switch on the wall above the crash cart. “Just turn it off.” “I didn’t know how,” Penny said. ..."
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"... Leroy chuckled. “If it had been Spate, he would have turned it right back on.” The desk phone rang and Leroy answered it. “Sorry. I must have left my beeper downstairs.... I turned off their overhead.... Tell them to bring her up here, that’ll free up one ER bed, anyway.” He ..."

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