Nick Ascher Death, Obituary – It aches our hearts to have to inform you that on January 27, 2019, my brother Nick Ascher, who had only been unwell for a very little amount of time, unexpectedly died away. He had only recently recovered from his illness.
His passion for his buddies was unrestrained and unwavering, and he was able to excel in athletics because of the inherent skill he possessed. He also has high-caliber musical talent in addition to everything else. He fell in love with every dog he encountered and studied stand-up comedy as a therapeutic art form.
Additionally, he studied stand-up comedy as a therapeutic art form. Every dog he encountered won his heart. We are having a hard time accepting the fact that he is no longer with us and that our lives will never be the same without him.
Even though it was taken more than 15 years ago, this photo of him captures him exactly as we will remember him from our time together. He will probably ask you to join him in laughing at some minor but humorous peculiarity that only he has noticed since he is likable.
There aren’t any current plans to have a memorial service for Nick, but if you have a memory or story about him that you’d want to share, I’d be pleased to hear it. Contact me at any time if you have any questions or concerns. If we decide to do another one in the future, I will write a new article to let everyone know.
We would also want to take this opportunity to extend our heartfelt thanks to the doctors, nurses, and other medical staff at Mount Sinai Hospital who were in charge of his treatment and care.
Every single person we spoke with embodied the traits of a caregiver that you would want for a member of your own family or a close friend who needed assistance and for whom you would do everything in your power to supply it in a moment of crisis. Please give each of your brothers, sisters, and other siblings a bear hug for me. We’d appreciate that.