Coronavirus victim remembered as ‘majestic spirit’ at Brighton Beach memorial service

Loved ones of Adam Nicoletti gathered to read tributes and share memories and thoughtful words.

News 12 Staff

Sep 12, 2020, 6:19 PM

Updated 1,351 days ago

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Coronavirus victim remembered as ‘majestic spirit’ at Brighton Beach memorial service
Family and friends made their way to the Brighton Beach boardwalk to remember one of the victims of the coronavirus pandemic.
Loved ones of Adam Nicoletti gathered to read tributes and share memories and thoughtful words.
They describe Nicoletti as a majestic spirit, who loved music and art. They say even though he had limited mobility because of cerebral palsy, he was a fighter.
Balloons and posters with pictures and words of comfort were also on display.
Adam's sister, Susan Nicoletti, tells News 12 it is important to remember the memory of loved ones as lives were taken without any warning.
She hopes that other families will continue to celebrate the lives of coronavirus victims in their own way.
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