Jinger Duggar Vuolo Shares a Tribute to Late Grandma Mary

Gracious Egedegbe
Jun 11, 2019
09:16 P.M.
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It's a sad day for the Duggar Family! Jinger Duggar Vuolo shared a touching tribute to her late Grandmother, Mary Duggar; her life was quite inspiring.


The head matriarch of the Duggar family, Mary Duggar, passed away during the weekend, and her grand-daughter, Jinger Duggar Vuolo, took to Instagram to pay her a touching tribute.


The "Counting On" star wrote:

"A precious woman went home to be with Jesus."

Adding that although Mary's demise greatly saddened her family, they are taking comfort in the knowledge that she went to be with her savior.

Jinger described the deceased as an awesome grandmother, counselor, adventurer, a person of great faith, and the best bargaining buddy she had.


The reality star equally described her late grandma as someone who loved God more than anything and always used every opportunity she had to share her faith with those she came across.

The TV star added that the late great-grandmother always had time and supported her family, writing at the end, that they will miss her very much, and she thanked her followers for their prayer during what she called "A difficult time."


Other members of the Duggar family shared touching tributes about Mary on social media, and they all described her as a strong Christian woman who spent her life serving Jesus.

The deceased who turned 78 in May was not sick at the time of her death, and according to Jill Duggar Dillard's post on Instagram, she died suddenly.

Jill equally added that she believed her grandmother wanted to check out of her body before it becomes ravaged by illnesses associated with old age.


Mary lived a full life, and the world knew her during her family's first reality show "19 Kids & Counting" on "TLC." Over the years, the deceased appeared several times but was not part of the regular cast.

The grandmother of twenty-one grand-children also appeared in "Counting On," but she excelled as a real estate agent in Arkansas.

The deceased came into the world on May 26, 1941, at Farmington, Arkansas, and she lived most of her life there. She left behind her son, Jim Bob Duggar, and daughter, Deana.

Mary was also a great-grandmother to thirteen great-grandchildren, and her family and loved ones will continue to honor her legacy by continuing with the work she dedicated her life to.