Mary Daggar, the father-in-law grandmother of the notorious "Counting On" glory, died 78 years in a drowning accident at his home in Springdale, Ark., The weekend, people report. W. Morris confirmed on Wednesday that Daggar accidentally slipped into the pool and drowned. The medics responded at 16:37 on a "possible drowning" at Mary's address, where she found an "older woman" unconscious, Radar Online reported.
The Rainbows announced the news of the grandmother's passing into a heartbreaking Facebook publication on the family's official website late on Sunday night, without revealing the cause of death.
"We are so sorry to share that Granny Daggar (Mary) died on Sunday afternoon, June 9, 201
"She survived by her daughter Diana and her son Jim Bob, 21 grandchildren, 13 grandchildren, and a few more grandchildren on the way. a real estate broker who owned a good neighborly property and was noted in Northwest Arkansas for being the broker who assembled the sale of the property to John Q. Hammons Holiday Inn & Convention Center in Springdale,
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The fast also talks about Mary's pious Christian faith. Mary revealed a great joy sharing her love for Jesus and her own story of how at the age of 15 she asked Christ to forgive her for her sin. Then she committed to the end of her life to live for Him, He loved to share with others how they could also be forgiven for their sins, live as Christians and one day to spend eternity in the heavens. "
Jill Dagar Dillard, Joy Daggar and the husband of Austin Force and Anna Daggar, the wife of disturbed Josh Daggar, have published touch points on their invasive ac
Jessica Sager contributed to this report