Loretta Lynn, a famous country music singer, died on October 4 at her home in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, according to her family. He had been singing for 90 years. The “Coal Miner’s Daughter” was a first in the industry and broke down barriers for female singers.
She was the first woman to win the Entertainer of the Year award from the Country Music Association. Since then, she has won many other awards, including three Grammys, a Kennedy Center Honor, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. She put out more than 60 albums during her career, and ten of them were number one on the country music charts.
The news was shared on her official social media accounts by her family. “Our dear mom, Loretta Lynn, died peacefully in her sleep at home at her beloved ranch in Hurricane Mills this morning, October 4.” Loretta Lynn’s family. As they grieve, the family has asked to be left alone during this time. A public announcement will be made about a memorial in the near future.”
Loretta put this powerful Bible verse on her Instagram page just two days ago. She said, “Everyone who does bad things hates the light and won’t come into the light because they are afraid their bad things will be shown. But a person who lives by the truth comes into the light, so it’s easy to see that what they’ve done is right in God’s eyes.
In the past few years, the singer’s health has gotten worse. In 2017, she had a stroke, and in 2018, she broke her hip. Loretta’s four children, Clara, Ernest, Peggy Jean, and Patsy Eileen, are the only ones who will remember her. Betty Sue and Jack Benny, two of her other children, died before she did.
We are thinking of and praying for her family.
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