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The objective and the determined

Suzanne Congdon LeRoy

Suzanne Congdon LeRoyDespite being the daughter of a woman suspected to have murdered her wealthy adopted mother and nurse in 1977 in Duluth, Minnesota, author Suzanne Congdon LeRoy has turned her life to good. In Nightingale: A Memoir of Murder, Madness, and the Messenger of Spring, University of St Thomas educated Congdon LeRoy – who has not seen her estranged “psychopath” mother Marjorie Coldwell since the 1970s – recounts her grandmother Elisabeth Congdon’s life as a pioneering social reformer and philanthropist and as a nurse herself, she has gained accolades for her advanced practice work in the field of HIV/AIDS. Of her personal safety, Congdon LeRoy told an interviewer: “You never turn your back. And I have taken all the necessary precautions to keep myself safe. At the same time, [my mother] essentially only comes after people she can get something from, and none of my siblings or myself have anything for her” in 2014.

 

 

 

 

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4 comments on “Suzanne Congdon LeRoy”

  1. If I lived in that house I think I would lose it too! I would expect Dracula to be standing behind me all the time 🙁

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