Country Singer Randy Rogers’ Daughter Dies One Week After Birth From Undisclosed Illness
Country singer Randy Rogers announced Wednesday that his infant daughter, Rumer Rain, born just a week ago, has died, the Boot is reporting.
Randy Rogers himself confirmed the news of his daughter passing on the Facebook page of Houston radio station KKBQ.
“Rumer passed away last night. She died after a week long battle with a very rare condition. She died in our arms and in no pain. She was absolutely beautiful in every way. Her brain however was very sick. I’m sure you all have many questions and we have all the answers the doctors gave us. We can share the story with you. It’s quite an extraordinary one. A memorial will be planned soon. We love you.”
The Randy Rogers Band also confirmed Rumer’s passing on its official social media platforms.
We are sad to say that Rumer Rain Rogers passed away last night. She was well loved, well cared for and in her parents loving arms.
— Randy Rogers Band (@rrbchoir) June 10, 2015
Rumer was Randy Rogers and wife Chelsea’s second child. Older sister River Rose Rogers was born in 2013, according to Fox News.
The Randy Rogers band are a country band out of Texas. Although they haven’t yet found mainstream success, they are hugely popular throughout Texas and the South.
On social media, Rogers’ fans posted their condolences at the death of Randy’s daughter.
“My thoughts go out to Randy and Chelsea. I can not imagine your pain. In Rumer Rain Rogers’ name I made a donation to Children’s Hospice.”
“I have been there. It is the most heart wrenching pain that exists. Just know that if you can go through this, everything else is a cake walk. I am so very sorry for your loss. Rumer will be comforted by The Father for all of her life.”
@rrbchoir Thinking about you bud
— Kyle Nix (@knixfiddlestix) June 10, 2015
@rrbchoir this is heartbreaking. My condolences and prayers sent your way. — marcie gonzalez (@marciegonzalezz) June 10, 2015
@rrbchoir this is heartbreaking, thinking of you, Randy, and your wife at this difficult time.
— Lacey Whitehouse (@LaceyWhitehouse) June 10, 2015
Several upcoming tour dates remain on the Randy Rogers Band website in the near future, including Country Jam in Grand Junction, Colorado, on June 18-21. As of this post, it is not clear if Rumer Rogers’ death will affect the band’s touring schedule.
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