Husband writes wife heartbreaking letter before dying of COVID-19

A man who lost his life due to complications from the novel coronavirus finally said goodbye to his 21-year-old spouse.
Billy Loredo died on December 13th at McAllen Medical Center in McAllen, Texas. Shortly before his death, the 45-year-old emailed his wife Sonya Kypuros.
"If I can't make it, I want you to know that I had a happy, wonderful life with you and that I would never have traded it for all the riches in the world," wrote Billy in the letter that his brother said, "Good" divided America tomorrow. "" I also want you to be happy and live your life without me and without regrets. We had our time and it was wonderful. "
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Billy's brother, Pedro Loredo from Dallas, said Billy sent the message to Kypuros before he was intubated.
"At that moment it became clear to me and her that this was his last letter," Loredo said to "GMA". "It's bittersweet. She got her last love letter from my little brother and it breaks her heart to pieces."
PHOTO: Billy Loredo died December 13th at McAllen Medical Center in McAllen, Texas. Shortly before his death, the 45-year-old emailed his wife Sonya Kypuros. (Pedro Loredo / Sonya Kypuros)
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Billy worked as a lawyer and started his own law firm a few years ago. Loredo described his brother as a humble, positive energy man who loved celebrating Christmas with his family. The couple liked to hunt together.
PHOTO: Billy Loredo died December 13th at McAllen Medical Center in McAllen, Texas. Shortly before his death, the 45-year-old emailed his 21-year-old wife Sonya Kypuros. (Pedro Loredo / Sonya Kypuros)
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"Billy was just a great person. He put seeds in people's hearts and they just grew," Loredo said. "I'll miss his laughter. You could hear that laughter down the hall."
PHOTO: Billy Loredo died December 13th at McAllen Medical Center in McAllen, Texas. Shortly before his death, the 45-year-old emailed his 21-year-old wife Sonya Kypuros. Loredo was a lawyer who loved to hunt with his brother. (Pedro Loredo / Sonya Kypuros)
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Billy tested positive for COVID-19 in November. On Thanksgiving, his health deteriorated and he was accepted into McAllen.
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Loredo, a doctor who owns his own practice, received information from a colleague who worked in the hospital.
Despite attempts by the medical staff to save his life, Billy died at noon. Loredo said his brother did not have any underlying health issues.
Loredo said Billy was a romantic and often sent love letters to his wife.
Kypuros announced to ABC subsidiary WFAA in Dallas that it was sharing her husband's last letter to remind people that COVID-19 is still a threat.
PHOTO: Billy Loredo died December 13th at McAllen Medical Center in McAllen, Texas. Shortly before his death, the 45-year-old emailed his 21-year-old wife Sonya Kypuros. Loredo worked as a lawyer and founded his own law firm a few years ago. (Pedro Loredo / Sonya Kypuros)
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"I think he tried to give me permission to be happy without him," a tearful Kypuros told the station. "That was hard to read. But he took care of me and everyone, so I'm not surprised he wrote that."
PHOTO: Billy Loredo died December 13th at McAllen Medical Center in McAllen, Texas. Shortly before his death, the 45-year-old emailed his 21-year-old wife Sonya Kypuros. (Pedro Loredo / Sonya Kypuros)
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Here is Billy's note to Kypuros in its entirety:
I want you to know that I fight very hard for my life every day. I'll do it for you so I can see you again. You are the most important person in my life and I miss you every day.
I know that I'm not always the perfect man I want to be, but I do my best. You have always been perfect for me, even when I say that it is not you and I get angry. 99% of the time I'm wrong and you're right and I love that.
If I can do that, I promise to be a better man in God, in life and as a husband. You always deserve the best and I get a second chance that I'll do it.
If I can't make it, I want you to know that I had a happy, wonderful life with you and that I would never have traded it for all the riches in the world.
I also want you to be happy and live your life without me and without regrets.
We had our time and it was wonderful. I love you and I miss you very much. I will keep fighting.
Lots of love, Billy.
The husband writes a heartbreaking letter to his wife before he dies of COVID-19. It originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com

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