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Twitter Users Are Devastated after Mark & Donnie Wahlberg's Mother Alma's Death — See Reactions

Busayo Ogunjimi
Apr 20, 2021
02:10 A.M.
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After suffering from Dementia, Mark and Donnie Wahlberg's mother, Alma Wahlberg died at 78. Her demise left her children and the public in pain, with tons of tribute that pouring in for the late matriarch. 


Some Twitter users took to the social media app recently, expressing their pain over Alma Wahlberg's death while also sending their condolences to the Wahlberg family following the demise of their mother.

Alma passed away on April 18, at 78. The Wahlberg matriarch's death seemed to have touched the hearts of the public, resulting in the tremendous tributes that poured in.

Alma Wahlberg and her son Donnie Wahlberg pictured at the grand opening of Wahlburgers | Photo: Getty Images


In one of the posts, a tweep sent out her heartfelt tribute saying the Alma was going to be greatly missed. Another user shared a post with the caption

"I'm so sad to hear #AlmaWahlberg passed away. She will be missed by so many! #RIPAlma."


Another user shared a post of Alma looking extremely excited standing with her three of her sons, with one of them sweetly wrapping his arms around her. It was captioned "Alma Wahlberg. May you Rest In Peace."

Apart from being a nurse, the mother of 9 had a few tricks up her sleeves. 


As troops of tribute poured in, the nurse's sons Mark and Donnie were not exempted following a tribute the latter shared, stating that he was blessed to have been brought into the world by her. 

It could be said that Alma lived a fulfilled life and made her mark in the lives of her children, considering that she had a restaurant named after her in 2010 by her son Paul. 


Her daughter-in-law, "The Masked Singer" judge, Jenny McCarthy, also let her heart out, posting a selfie she took with her mother-in-law on Instagram.

Apart from being a nurse, the mother of 9 had a few tricks up her sleeves. She was a regular face on the television with her appearance on the reality TV show "Wahlburgers."

Despite being nervous at first, Alma finally got a hang of it. The show ran for about five years before she started suffering Dementia in 2019. The legend had nine children but is survived by 8, Mark, Donnie, Arthur, Paul, Jim, Robert, Michelle, and Tracy.