- A husband and father of two, has died of cardiac arrest due to COVID-19.
- However, prior to his demise, he left a passionate note for his wife and children on his phone.
A husband and father of two, has died of cardiac arrest due to COVID-19. but before his demise, he left a touching note for his wife on his phone.
The deceased identified as Jon Coelho and aged 32, died on Wednesday, 22nd of April.
He died in a hospital in Danbury, Connecticut.
Jon who spent the last one month at the hospital was being treated for the deadly COVID-19 before he died of cardiac arrest.
After Jon’s death, Katie, his wife, gathered her deceased husband’s properties and when she opened his phone, she saw a message left for them.
The message reads: “I love you guys with all my heart and you’ve given me the best life I could have ever asked for.
“I am so lucky it makes me so proud to be your husband and the father to Braedyn and Penny, ” he wrote.
He went on to say to his wife: “Katie you are the most beautiful caring nurturing person I’ve ever met.
You are truly one of a kind…make sure you live life with happiness and that same passion that made me fall in love with you.
“Seeing you be the best mom to the kids is the greatest thing I’ve ever experienced, ” he added.
Katie believes he must have put down the message weeks earlier before he was first intubated.
Jon and Katie met as college students at Western Connecticut State University.
They started out as close friends, then they started dating. They, however, got married In 2013.
Jon and Katie had two children: Braedyn, who is 2 and a half year old, and Penelope, 10 months.
Speaking about it, she told BuzzFeed News on the day of her husband’s death that even until his dying day, he wanted to make sure that she and the kids were okay.
She said, “Even though he was fighting for his life for the past month, I know up until the last second he wanted to make sure the kids and I were okay, ”
“He knew he had to say something to me because I haven’t been able to speak to him in so long,” she said.