Dad Penned Heartbreaking Letter To Wife And Kids Before Dying

Dad Penned Heartbreaking Letter To Wife And Kids Before Dying

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A young dad who passed away of COVID-19 penned down a heartbreaking letter for his wife and children, telling them they had given him the best of the life he could ever have asked for.

On April 22nd, Jon Coelho, 32, passed away in a hospital situated in Danbury, Connecticut after months of fighting the deadly virus with a ventilator.

Jon Coelho, 32 who passed away of COVID-19 penned down a heartbreaking letter for his wife and children, telling them they had given him the best of the life he could ever have asked for

Wife Katie, 33, hurried to be at his side, but it was evidently too late. Going through his belongings, Katie searched through his phone hoping to find more photos of their children, Braedyn and Penelope, before stumbling upon a heartbreaking note from Jon.

In the last message of his family Jon revealed how he was proud to be a husband as well as a father to Penny and Braedyn.

‘I so much love you guys with all my heart and honestly, you’ve given me the best life I could ever have wished for. Katie, you are the most gorgeous caring nurturing human being I’ve ever met.’ Jon wrote in a note that shared with a GoFundMe page.

The letter continued: ‘You are truly one of a kind and make sure you live life to the very fullest with happiness and with the same passion that made me fall in love you. Knowing you are the best mom to my kids is also the greatest thing I’ve ever encountered.’

On April 22nd, Jon passed away in a hospital situated in Danbury, Connecticut after months of fighting the deadly virus with a ventilator

Jon went on to dubbed his son and daughter his ‘Best Bud and ‘Princess, before urging Katie, whom he’s been married to for 7years to move on if she meets somebody who appreciates them.

‘Let Penelope know she’s my forever princess and can have whatever she wants in this world. Also, let Braedyn know he’s my best bud and I am super proud to be his dad and for all the incredible things he’s done and continues to do.’ I am so lucky. Please don’t hold back and if you eventually meet with someone who loves you and the kids, be happy no matter what.’ The letter concluded.

Jon went on to dubbed his son and daughter his ‘Best Bud and ‘Princess, before urging Katie, whom he’s been married to for 7 years to move on if she meets somebody who appreciates them

Nevertheless, Jon had gone into a sudden cardiac arrest on April 22nd after 28 days in the hospital. He tested positive of the deadly virus on March 26th on realizing he might have been exposed.