As Nick Cordero’s wife, Amanda Kloots, continues to mourn the death of her husband after fighting a courageous battle with COVID19 for 95 days, Amanda all throughout Tuesday found new images and video of Nick and posted it on her Instagram, even photos days before Nick got sick.
Along with Nick receiving 832 texts since Nick went into the ICU, Amanda came across several photos of Nick from this past March, smiling and holding baby Elvis on more than one occasion, happy photos with his wife, Amanda, and a couple videos of Nick talking and singing.
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He said it best, live your life to the fullest! I received this gorgeous work of art yesterday from @romijillart that is the lyrics to Nicks song. I can’t wait to hang it in our new home as a daily reminder of not only Nick but this message. Live your life to the fullest. I would have never thought this would happen to him, to us. Hug your loved ones. Make every day count. Please be safe and take this time in our world seriously. 🤍
Amanda also seeks comfort in the grieving process by continuing to share stories about Nick on her Instagram story, saying how a blackout last year got Nick nervous, packing 2 suitcases of Elvis’s things to go somewhere else with light, but Amanda’s parents who lived across the hall from Nick and Amanda were enjoying the blackout.
The legacy of Nick Cordero could become a branded reality on Broadway as a MoveOn.org petition was set up to rename the Longacre Theater “The Nick Cordero Theater”, 30,000 signatures are needed, nearly 27,000 have signed.