DIANE
PEACH

ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES,

MERCY HOSPITAL

"My biggest fear is that I wasn’t going to make it…Is it still on my shoe? Or my shirt? Or my jacket? Did I get it in my car? And then I get home and my granddaughter’s there…on a daily basis I would get home from work and for six months straight, everything that I had on I was just taking off right there at the door. And then I would put it in a basket and put it in the wash. I washed everything I had on on a daily basis. It was the biggest fear of my life. Getting it, and giving it to somebody."

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