BOCA RATON, FLORIDA – Being an essential worker might be a blessing in disguise for ESD Integrations owner Chad Murray. Since contracting the Coronavirus early last week, Murray has now been able to spend more time with his wife and kids at his Intensive Care Unit bed at Boca Raton Regional Hospital. “This is the only thing that has slowed him down in 15 years,” says Chad’s wife Lisa. “We rarely saw [Chad] at holidays, birthdays, or family get-togethers because of all the work he’s been doing. The kids are really excited to see daddy anytime they can,” she continued. Chad is also happy to be able to spend this time with family, “gggrruurrrgllessssllerppppggruuuuiggle.” The vacation will be short-lived as Murray is expected to be leaving the ICU very soon.