“Today I am numb:” said Nile Rodgers, whose mother Beverly Goodman died after the battle of Alzheimer’s
Nile Rodgers said on social media on Sunday that his mother, Beverly Goodman, had died after the battle for Alzheimer’s.
The 68-year-old musician said on Twitter on Sunday: “My mom #BeverlyGoodman #RIP passed away at around 6 o̵
This New York native accompanied his sad pictures of his unfortunate mother by his hospital bed.
Latest news: 68-year-old Nile Rodgers said on social media on Sunday that his mother, Beverly Goodman, had died after a battle with Alzheimer’s.He was sold out by New York City last year
The Chic co-founder publicly stated last week that due to the coronavirus pandemic during the holidays, she was hospitalized under strict medical procedures, which prevented him from personally experiencing pain during the holidays.
Rodgers said on December 23: “The saddest part of this #COVID holiday is not being able to see my #mom.” She has been very happy, even in the later stage of #Alzheimer’s disease. . I have learned to redirect or not to redirect, so she has never felt uncomfortable with memory loss.
Rogers told the Mirror earlier this month that he had the disease.
He said that six family members suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. “We are talking about my mother, who currently suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. My mother’s sister and aunt died of Alzheimer’s disease. Their mother (my grandmother) died here, and my grandmother’s sister-my great grandmother-also died because of it. Her daughter was also killed. And my uncle.
Heartbreaking news: This New York native accompanies his own picture in sad news, which is located next to his sick mother’s bed
After the solemn news was announced, Rogers received condolences from his colleagues.
Rogers told the Mirror about his family medical history earlier this month, saying that six of his relatives had died of the disease.
He introduced to the publication his collaboration with Nordoff Robbins, a music therapy charity organization, and the impact of music and human communication.
He said: “I believe that the work done by charities should be carried out all over the world.” “I believe that musicians are appropriate ambassadors. It is a great thing to be able to spread this kind of kindness and love throughout the world.
‘Being at the forefront is a very noble cause. I have seen music spread to the people in front of me. “
After the tragic news was announced, Good Times artists received condolences from colleagues.
Earth, Wind & Fire’s tweet said: “We are sorry to hear this news. Our sincerest condolences, Nile.
Broadcasting veteran Wayne Cabot (Wayne Cabot) said: “The biggest gift you give to every parent: to be proud of her children. The Nile is full of love for you and your family.
Singer Jason Isbell added: “Nirol, I apologize for your loss.”