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July 17, 2018

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May 20, 2017
I first met Richard when I moved upstairs to take a Process Manager position for RC 4. Although he was not my immediate suoervisor or manager, our paths crossed several times professionally as we both went about our business.
Several years ago I came down with an illness that kept me oot on sick leave for days, occasionally weeks at a time. I guess Richard noticed my abscence.
One day he called and asked me to come down to his office when I got a chance.
That was a first.
It's usually me calling Richard for help, running down to his office for advice or options or the best way to handle a challenge. Anyway, I went down. He asked me a couple of generic operational questions. Then, he said he had noticed my abscenses and asked how I was doing?
I answered him the usual ok, fine.
Then he got up and closed his door.
He said that he knew I was not ok. But company policy and patient privacy laws would not allow him to ask specific questions or discuss employee's health. But, he said there was nothing that would prevent an employee from sharing their condition with any other employee if they so choose.
Then he gave me that quirky little 'gotcha' Richard grin.
I began to tell him all about what was going on. He asked questions, both the personal kind. And some more deeper medical, technical questions, also.
He did after all posses a very analytical mind.
The 'meeting' lasted about an hour.
I cried some.
In the end, he told if there was anything, anything at all he could do, to just ask.
I did. Several times.
And he did.
Every time.
May God bless Richard's Family during this time of sadness.