Mary Duggar, the paternal grandmother to the disagreeable brood of “Counting On” repute, died at 78 in an unintended drowning at her house in Springdale, Ark., over the weekend, Other folks reported.
Washington County Coroner Roger W. Morris confirmed Wednesday that Duggar unintentionally slipped into the pool and drowned. Medics responded round four:37 p.m. to a “conceivable drowning” at Mary’s address the put an “older girl” develop to be stumbled on unconscious, Radar Online reported.
MARY DUGGAR, GRANDMOTHER ON ‘COUNTING ON,’ DEAD
The Duggars introduced the tips of the grandmother’s passing in a heartbreaking Fb put up on the household’s legitimate page slack Sunday evening without revealing the reason of loss of life.
“We are so sad to fraction that Grandma Duggar (Mary) handed away Sunday afternoon, June Ninth, 2019. Mary Lester Duggar grew up in Farmington, Arkansas and develop to be married practically 50 years to J.L. (Jimmy Lee) Duggar who preceded her in loss of life,” the household wrote.
“She is survived by her daughter Deanna and her son Jim Bob, 21 grandchildren, thirteen huge-grandchildren, with several more huge-grandchildren on the methodology! Mary Duggar develop to be moreover a successful exact property dealer who owned Appropriate Neighbor Realty and develop to be well-known in Northwest Arkansas for being the dealer who save collectively the property sale for the John Q. Hammons Vacation Inn & Conference Center in Springdale,” the put up persisted.
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The put up moreover spoke about Mary’s non secular Christian religion.
“Mary stumbled on huge joy in sharing her esteem for Jesus and her enjoy myth of how at age 15 she asked Christ to forgive her for her sin. It develop to be at that time she committed the rest of her lifestyles to dwell for Him, a dedication she kept with devotion. She loved to fraction with others how they’ll be forgiven of their sins, dwell a magnificent lifestyles as a Christian, and sooner or later spend eternity in heaven.”
Jill Duggar Dillard, Joy Duggar and husband Austin Forsyth, and Anna Duggar, the wife of anxious Josh Duggar, all posted touching tributes on their Instagram accounts following Mary’s passing.
Fox News’ Jessica Sager contributed to this document.