Jinger Duggar mourns her ‘adopted chick’: She ‘went home to be with the Lord’
Jinger Duggar mourns the loss of his “adopted Nana”.
The reality star, also known as Jinger Vuolo, took to Instagram on Tuesday and shared a touching tribute in honor of her longtime friend.
“Our dear adopted Nana has gone home to be with the Lord,” the 28-year-old captioned a photo of the couple sharing a sweet embrace. “She was the most selfless and gracious woman.”
“Nana taught me so many things: 15 years of piano lessons, that Long John Silver’s is really good, doing laundry can be fun, being happy in all circumstances, and that it is better to serve than to be served” , the “Count On” alum shared. “For the past 5 years we have exchanged letters monthly. She will be greatly missed.”
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“I will be forever grateful to God for the priceless gift of his friendship,” Duggar concluded.
Duggar has also included several other snaps over the years, including selfies, numerous letters, and other moments captured during cheerful visits.
In 2016, Duggar’s sister, Jessa, described how she made Christmas cards on Instagram. At the time, Duggar was on honeymoon with husband Jeremy Vuolo.
“Making handmade Christmas cards for our foster Nana to send to her family and friends!” wrote the 29-year-old player at the time. “Jinger used to do this for her every year, but since she’s on her honeymoon, we’re taking over. I’m not half as artistic as Jinge, but still having fun!”
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“Ahh! She’s an amazing girl…and I’m sure it takes 4 to do the things she did on her own!” shared Jessa. “I love you sis! We miss you a lot!”
The family’s loss came just over a month after brother Josh Duggar was convicted on two counts of knowingly receiving and possessing child pornography. The 33-year-old faces up to 20 years in prison and fines of up to $250,000 on each count when convicted.
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Duggar and his large Arkansas family starred on TLC’s ’19 Kids and Counting’ until the network canceled the show in 2015 following revelations that he had molested four of his sisters and a baby. -sitter. Authorities began investigating the abuse in 2006 after receiving a tip from a family friend, but concluded that the statute of limitations for any possible charges had expired.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.