Edward Aschoff is engaged after the reporter suddenly dies on his 34th birthday.
used his Twitter to share the last moments she shared with her future husband and to thank the myriad of strangers who expressed her condolences. She says: "I want to share the brightness that he showed until the last day he was awake. He always kept the doctors and nurses laughing and always made a point to thank them and them to say what a great job they were doing. "
In addition, Berteau clarifies the circumstances that led to Edward's hospitalization and ultimately death. She says he was initially diagnosed with multifocal pneumonia, which they tried to treat with antibiotics to no avail. He was then taken to the emergency room and treated for a "suspected diagnosis of HLH, an unregulated overactivation of the immune system that causes it to attack itself and other healthy tissues".
Unfortunately, Berteau says that he died "within 3 days of moving to the intensive care unit".
Nevertheless, she says that her fiance never lost hope. "He loved Christmas so much that he even coordinated with my girlfriend from the intensive care unit to pack my presents so that I could be surprised," she reveals.
When Katy mourns, she says she appreciates the "outpouring of love, admiration and gratitude" that she has felt from people. She adds: "It gave me brief moments of joy in this darkness to see all the pictures, videos and memories of all the lives he touched."
In addition to their message of hope and love, Berteau There will be services in the coming days that people can learn more about on Twitter.
There is no doubt that countless sports fanatics will pay tribute to the reporter, who was highly valued by ESPN. A statement from the outlet said, "We are very sorry to share the devastating news of the tragic death of friend and ESPN colleague Edward Aschoff. Our thoughts are with his loved ones, including his fiancee Katy."