Brian Richard Benson Death, Obituary – It is a horrible turn of circumstances that I will be the one to transmit this information to each and every one of you, but it is absolutely necessary for me to do so. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. It has been established that Brian Richard Benson’s life was taken from him far too soon for reasons that are still unclear. The circumstances surrounding his passing are still unknown. It is a blessing that both Skip and I were able to go to the service that marked his departure this morning so that we could say our final farewells to him.
We were able to say our final farewells to him because of the service. It didn’t appear that he was having any kind of problem at all, which was very surprising. They were able to sneak a glance at his eyes and dab away the tears that were coming out of his right eye during this time. They were able to keep an eye on him during this period of time. During this time period, they were able to monitor him and keep an eye on his whereabouts.
At that that time, he was sobbing. They consider that to be the one thing in their entire existence that has the potential to make them feel uneasy the most. They told us that he was going through the process of transitioning and that the last thing for a person’s heartbeat to stop when they die is breathing. This information was given to us. We were informed that he was in the midst of transitioning into his new identity. The two nurses arrived at the same moment because their shift change time was drawing to a close and the procedure was about to begin.
After a short pause, the attending physician made another visit to the patient’s room, this time bringing a stethoscope with him in order to perform an examination of the patient’s cardiovascular system as well as their respiratory system. Last but not least, after giving me anywhere from five to ten seconds of his undivided attention, he said, “I’m sorry for your loss.” I would estimate that the amount of time that I had his undivided attention ranged between between five and ten seconds. I really couldn’t believe what I was hearing, and almost as soon as it was over, I broke down and cried. Despite this, I was able to compose myself in time to express my gratitude to the attending physician. May his soul rest in peace.
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