The Duck Dynasty family just shared news about a heartbreaking loss that has us all in tears. Prayers…
Since the Duck Dynasty family ended their time on television, we haven’t heard much from the bunch. If you’ve ever watched an episode of their family you know that family means everything to them.
They would do anything for each other, and that’s something that is so special about all of them. Although they ended their show they have special little videos to keep us all updated.
For example, Missy Robertson, who is Jase’s wife, launched a jewelry company called Lamanin by Missy Robertson. So now, every Friday she gives updates on the company and her family.
It’s so refreshing to hear that everyone is still doing well, but recently she shared a heartbreaking update.
“I know it’s Friday and I normally do a Facebook Live update,” she said with a solemn look on her face. “This is not a real happy announcement.”
Missy continued to share that Brighton’s father had passed away. Apparently he had been battling pancreatic cancer for quite some time but his body just gave in. It was a heartbreaking time for the entire family.
“Brighton’s father, Dr. David Thompson, has passed away. He had pancreatic cancer and he battled it for over a year. He’s one of the strongest men I’ve ever met. One of the most hard working men, one of the most giving men, and he just lost that battle,” she said.
Although they are not immediate family, it hit them all pretty hard. Please keep them in your prayers during this heartbreaking time.
Today is my sweet Dad's birthday. Everyday I am thankful for his life but today we get to celebrate him a little extra. We celebrate because he lives a selfless life and I've always felt that that is one of the most important ways a person can live. He is hard working, and I mean I've never seen someone work the way he does. He works with the mindset that he is doing it solely for his family and for others. All he ever does is help others and he has always put his children first. I feel extremely blessed to have him as a father and I hope that I can be half the parent he is to me.