When she arrived in New York, Dana ran to her husband's bedside.
"We didn't take the elevator," she says. "I threw my things and ran into the room. It was clear to me that it was the end. He was surrounded by a team of nurses and doctors who were doing compressions on his chest to keep him alive. That's one thing I also said to Eileen. I said, 'Keep him alive until I get there.'
"I was crying and saying, 'I love you,' and, 'Goodbye,' and, 'I'm sorry I wasn't here.' … I then turned and I said, 'Thank you, thank you,' to the doctors and to the nurses who were basically just keeping the blood going through his body and keeping him, his body, living so that I could say goodbye and so that [Christopher and Dana's son] Will could say goodbye."