Death cannot be stopped. It can be caused due to many factors like accidents, natural disasters, diseases, disorders, etc. If the disease is not recoverable or the patient cannot fight against such things, the person will lose their life. How it feels to lose such a person suffering from a rare disease leaving all the family and friends alone. It isn’t very pleasant.
One such heart-devastating news is about the death of Judy Coughlin, who had passed away due to a rare brain disease.
How did Judy Coughlin die?
Judy Coughlin, wife of the NFL coach, Tom Coughlin. She was diagnosed with a very rare brain disease in the year 2020. The disease was progressive supranuclear palsy. She had been given treatments to recover from this, but unfortunately, she had not been strong enough to fight against the disease. And she had lost his life on Tuesday morning, November 1. She died at the age of 77.
Judy Coughlin’s cause of death:
His loving husband had announced the death of his wife, Judy Coughlin, in the media. The cause of death of Judy Coughlin is her illness suffering from the rare brain disease, progressive supranuclear palsy. The disease is an incurable disorder that disturbs the person’s ability to think, speak, and control movements.
What happened to Judy Coughlin?
Tom Coughlin had explained to the public about his wife Judy Coughlin’s death as goes, “My cherished wife and our beloved mother and grandmother, Judy Whitaker Coughlin, passed away this morning at the age of 77.” And also, “Judy was a remarkable woman in every way.
She lived a life filled with love and unselfishly gave her heart and soul to others. Judy made you feel like an old friend from the first hug to the last. She was a mother to all on and off the field. For everyone who knew and loved Judy, the enormity of her absence cannot be put into words, but the immense kindness she showed to others will always endure. Our hearts are broken, but we know she is free from suffering and at peace with our Lord.”
May her soul rest in peace!