The Duggar family shared the news today that Grandma Mary Duggar passed away on Sunday. This comes as shocking news to the fans. Everyone has loved watching her on the shows 19 Kids and Counting and Counting On. Because of how many children there are in the Duggar family, she was always around for a birthday or something else special.
Duggar family reveals loss of Mary
The family shared the news about her death today on their Facebook page. She passed away on Sunday and they shared the news with fans the same day. She was married to J.L. (Jimmy Lee) Duggar, who preceded her in death, for 50 years. Mary obviously has lived a full life with her huge family by her side. She has been very blessed to be loved by many.
The Duggars shared, “She is survived by her daughter Deanna and her son Jim Bob, 21 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, with several more great-grandchildren on the way!” You can see the entire post from the family that they shared on their page below. So far, it hasn’t been revealed what her cause of death was or if Mary had been sick for a while. The fans are really shocked to hear this news today because it wasn’t expected.
We are so sad to share that Grandma Duggar (Mary) passed away Sunday afternoon, June 9th, 2019. Mary Lester Duggar grew…
Counting On news
So far, TLC hasn’t shared when Counting On will return to TLC for new episodes. Fans are hopeful that it will be back soon with more news from the Duggar family. For now, everyone is waiting for TLC to make some kind of announcement. Hopefully, it comes soon.
Counting On has a lot going on right now, which would be perfect for filming. There are always weddings, courtships and babies on the way for this big family. Because of the loss of Mary Duggar, they do have one more thing to show on another season.
TV Shows Ace will share the news about when it is revealed about the future of Counting On. The loss of 19 Kids and Counting upset a lot of people, so it would be shocking if they canceled this show while it still has so many viewers.
Update: The family is now sharing posts about her passing.