Loretta Lynn’s Daughter Patsy Remembers Her In Heartbreaking Tribute
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Patsy Lynn Russell Honors Her Mother Loretta Lynn On The 1st Anniversary Of Her Death
October 4 will forever be a sad day in country music history. On that day in 2022, the legendary Loretta Lynn passed away in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee at 90 years of age.
It’s been a sad year of many “firsts” for Loretta’s family. One of her twin daughters, Patsy Lynn Russell, reflected on her first birthday without her here.
“Our first Birthday without a call from our momma singing Happy Birthday to Peggy and I,” Patsy said. “Woke kinda sad knowing that. It’s always the little things we miss the most. I am so thankful to have those memories. Grateful to have been born with a built in bestie [in Peggy] ! Best we can do today ..”
Patsy Worked Closely With Loretta Through The Years
Patsy, who was named after Loretta’s dear friend Patsy Cline, worked closely with her in the later years of her life. She is a producer and songwriter who’s worked on several of Loretta’s albums.
Still Woman Enough, which was Loretta’s last album, was co-produced by Patsy and John Carter Cash. Patsy also helped her mother co-write the title track, which is a collaboration with Carrie Underwood and Reba McEntire.
Patsy and her twin sister, Peggy, previously performed in a country music duo called The Lynns. Peggy is now a farmer, and both she and Patsy have children of their own.
Read Patsy’s Tribute To Loretta On The First Anniversary Of Her Passing
On the first anniversary of Loretta’s death, Patsy shared a sweet photo they took together years ago. Both she and Loretta looked absolutely beautiful in the picture.
Patsy kept the caption short, but it perfectly captured her feelings of heartbreak. She said, “My mom wrote a song a few years back called ‘who’s gonna miss me when I’m gone’ I do momma.”
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We also miss Loretta terribly. Our hearts go out to her family and many loved ones on this difficult day…