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Reba McEntire had to deal with an incredibly difficult decision, on Monday, after her mother passed away at the weekend.
The country music star announced on social media that she and her family are “indefinitely postpone” her mother, Jacqueline’s funeral, and the funeral, out of an abundance of caution, to be in the middle of the United States’ corona virus outbreak.
“After much thought and careful consideration, our family, and we decided to stay for an indefinite period of time to delay Mom’s funeral, and the funeral service at this time. We will continue to monitor the situation and will let you know as soon as possible regarding your plans for the future, to honor the memory of her alive,” she confirmed.
The 64-year-old actress took to Twitter on Saturday to announce that his mother, Jacqueline, passed away after a battle with cancer at the age of 93.
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“My Mother, Jacqueline McEntire, and made a beautiful cross-over to Heaven today,” said McEntire in addition to a picture of her mother. “She was a beautiful, full, healthy life and was ready to go.”
She added: “with The cancer, would be forgiven for thinking that the battle is won, but we give God all the credit for the selection of the period of time for her to go home to be with Him.”
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“She’s ready to see our Dad, my mom and dad and all her family and friends,” the singer continued. “Down here, Alice, Pake, Susie and I, her grandchildren and great grandchildren, who all visit her, either in person or over the phone.”
McEntire recently postponed her tour in the middle of the corona virus is concerned.
“For the safety of everyone, we have decided to postpone our brand new arena tour until the end of July,” she wrote on Twitter. “All tickets will remain valid for the new dates. Most importantly, stay safe and take care of you and your loved ones.
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She concluded her message with: “We’ll get through this together.”
On Fox News After the Day contributed to this report.