LPBW Fans Send Condolences to Amy Roloff as She Mourns the Death of Her Mother
Following the news that Amy Roloff's mother has passed away, fans send Amy and her family well wishes and messages of condolence.
According to PEOPLE, Amy Roloff's mother, Patricia Knight died on Monday, at 86-years-old. In and exclusive statement she says:
"I am so sad about my mom's passing but comforted by all the memories I have and that she lived a happy, long life with my father. She was a great mom. Thank you for all the condolences and well wishes. Life is a gift, appreciate the moments in each day."
It is reported, Patricia's cause of death has not been made public. However, an obituary has stated that the family will be holding a memorial for her at a Michigan funeral home, on October 25.
As of now, Amy and her children have not shared any statements on their social media directly mentioning Patricia's death.
Amy has only hinted at the fact that she is going through a tough time, she reveals:
"It's been a tough week after hearing sad news. But these two - my grand kids Jackson and Ember - always make me smile and melt my heart. Simply, Love them so much. #grandkids #imthankful #imblessed #amyroloffssecondact love being a grandma!"
Fans are flooding Amy's comment section with well wishes and messages of condolence.
In August, Amy had visited her parents in Michigan because her mother had been hospitalized. She shared with her fans that she also took the trip to spend some quality time with her parents. In an ominous message about her visit with her parents, she explains:
"This time the moments meant so much more- maybe because I'm not so sure when the next time I'll get to share a day, a conversation, a meal ... w/ my Mom and Dad."
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My trips to Michigan now,ever since I left and moved to get married 31 years ago, are about moments I can cherish and take back w/ me to Oregon. It’s like having a little piece of Michigan with me all the time. 🌻💙🏡💙🌻. This time the moments meant so much more- maybe because I’m not so sure when the next time I’ll get to share a day, a conversation, a meal ... w/ my Mom and Dad. As I get older and look back and see how much time has gone by to how many days I have to look forward to - not so much the # of days but more in being sure I’m grateful for the moment I have right now. I’m so thankful I just got to hang out w/ my parents, and just be with them. I loved that Chris was by my side and able to come out again and share in the moment and hang out w/ me too. Sharing, gathering, thankful for now. ❤️🌻 Moments, no matter what goes on or happens in your life, good and bad, happy or unhappy, I think there is always room to gather... to love, have hope, know Joy, forgiveness, embrace, agree, disagree, love more... to make meaningful moments. Because they matter, have value and purpose in our life. I’m thankful I got to make more moments with my mom and dad to bank in my memory and Chris was w/ me. ❤️😊❤️ My mom is hanging in there. She’s still able to get around a little - she’s determined and her mind is strong but her body is weak. Just try to take time to appreciate moments everyday before they slip away. Love to you all 🌻❤️😊❤️🌻 #amyroloffssecondact #michigangirl #lovemyfamily #travelswithamyandchris
During her trip to Michigan, Amy's parents had the chance to meet her boyfriend Chris Marek. She shared pictures of Chris enjoying dinner, kayaking and preparing a barbeque at her parent's house.
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Afternoon delight 🎶... taking a rare moment in the middle of the day just to hang out, at one of my favorite places downtown Hillsboro @pizzario, w/ Chris and talk, appreciate each other and the day. It was wonderful! 😊❤️ All about making moments to gather... 🎉#journeyofamyrandchrism #amyroloffssecondact #pizzario #gather #moments #strengthens #relationship
The news of her mother's death comes just weeks after Amy announced her engagement to Chris.
The couple admit that they never expected to find love again, even more so, the both never expected to get married at this point in their lives.