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She said it can be challenging “trying not to get emotionally attached” to her patients. “It’s hard to see the same patients come in and out of the hospital for years with terminal/chronic illnesses and then pass away,” Brunson said. “Death is inevitable, but that fact doesn’t make it any easier. Through all the hard times, good times and changing times, one thing remains constant, and that’s my work family.” She said her coworkers at Clarendon Memorial make “every shift a pleasure.” “Being able to work as a team is a requirement in nursing, and I wouldn’t trade my team for anything!” she said.