He said “today” that the comic was very happy to be back on the road and was forced to make people laugh considering the current state of the world.
Rizo shared that their final relationship was full of love. “I think I said ‘I love you dearly’, he said ‘I love you endlessly’ and then I ‘can’t wait to see you tomorrow,” she said. “It’s all love.”
Rizzo in “Good Morning America” said, “When he last spoke to me on the phone, he was on his way home or back to the hotel, and he told me what a wonderful show he had and how. It was so amazing.”
“He was happy and loved what he did,” he said. “He was very happy to bring people laughter.”
Saket met Rizo, a food and travel blogger, via Instagram six years ago, and the two shared a deep and lasting love. She and Coat burst into tears when Rizo talked about how her husband would rush whenever he went on the road.
He goes to bed at 2am and wakes up at 4am so he can be on the 6am flight to get to his house, Riso said.
“He valued every second we were together,” she struggled with tears. “That’s why it’s so heartbreaking.”
Following his death, everyone, including fans, gathered around Rizo. “It was an overwhelming expression of incredible love and support not only from everyone who loved Pope, but also from his friends and family,” he said. “Now I don’t know how to get past this.”
Risso shared memories of who her husband was – a common theme of how incredibly loving she was to everyone she met.
Her husband was as wonderful as he appeared and tried to make everyone feel special, Rizo said with his consistent message “Treat everyone with kindness”.
Sockett was “the best man I have ever known in my life,” he said. “He was so loving and so wonderful, everyone in his life knew this,” Rizo said. “Even anyone who meets him casually would say, ‘Wow, this is a special guy.’
Saget’s sister, Kay, died of a rare autoimmune disease and, according to SRF estimates, she has volunteered for the organization for more than 30 years, helping to find a cure for her over $ 26 million.
“He had three life works,” Risso said. “It’s his children, comedy and then SRF. He worked tirelessly for more than 30 years trying to find a cure for scleroderma, so I can do anything to help continue that tradition and help SRF. It means so much to him.”
Risso told Holmes that she was in good health before her husband’s death, and that she had Kovit in December “nothing serious”.