Civ. A. No. 82-K-115.

536 F.Supp. 600 (1982)

Barbara J. HEALY, individually as surviving spouse of Edward J. Healy, deceased, and as the natural mother and next friend of Edward Michael Healy and Mark Christian Healy, the surviving children of Edward J. Healy, deceased, and as personal representative of the Estate of Edward J. Healy, deceased, Plaintiffs, v. Franklin L. COUNTS; David B. Paul, M.D.; Douglas C. Shenk, M.D.; Harry J. Peroulis; Michael Lyle Maxson; Kurt Douglas Cruickshank; Douglas Brian Rickman; Elizabeth Smith; Terry Michael McCarty; Board of County Commissioners of the County of Routt, Colorado; The Routt County Emergency Services Board; City of Harden, Colorado, a municipal corporation; Steamboat Springs Hospital Association, d/b/a Routt Memorial Hospital, Inc., a Colorado non-profit corporation, Madelyn Johnston Rogers; Joan Haas; and Nola E. Howard, Defendants.

United States District Court, D. Colorado.

April 6, 1982.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Susan G. Barnes, Joseph J. Branney, Branney, Hillyard, Ewing & Barnes, Englewood, Colo., for plaintiffs.

William Horan, Denver, Colo., for Franklin Counts.

F. Michael Ludwig, Denver, Colo., for Rickman, Smith, McCarty and Routt County Emergency Services Bd.

David R. Brougham, Hall & Evans, Denver, Colo., for Cruickshank and City of Harden.

Paul D. Cooper, Denver, Colo., for David B. Paul, M.D.

John L. Breit, Denver, Colo., for Madelyn Johnston Rogers.

Peter W. Pryor, Pryor, Carney & Johnson, Englewood, Colo., for Dougles C. Shenk, M.D.

Donald G. Peterson, Denver, Colo., for Michael Lyle Maxson.

Arthur S. Bowman, Sr., Denver, Colo., for Harry Peroulis, Michael Maxson, Franklin L. Counts.

Donald A. Thorpe/Carl A. Fosnes, Denver, Colo., for Routt Memorial Hospital.

Richard W. Laugesen, DeMoulin, Anderson, Campbell & Laugesen, P. C., Denver, Colo., for Harry J. Peroulis.


KANE, District Judge.

In this diversity case the plaintiffs seek damages based on several causes of action allegedly stemming from the death of Edward J. Healy, the former husband of one of the plaintiffs and the father of the other two plaintiffs.

On March 17, 1982 the plaintiffs filed a motion to amend their complaint to make some minor changes and to delete one of the defendants, Lawrence Bookman. I now grant that...


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