The Washington Post: “It feels heavy”

From Claire Galofaro at the Associated Press, via The Washington Post:

Runyon thinks of himself a narrator, there to explain what the doctors are doing, so the family is not too shocked or scared.

The family could see that the nurse was holding his hand with one of hers, and rubbing his head with the other, as he passed away.

“That is the highest calling we have as chaplains right now,” he said, “to make sure people are not alone.”

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