Naomi Judd left daughters Winona and Ashley out of her will — they still fulfilled her last wishes

Naomi Judd, a country singer, died on April 30, 2022.

Just one day before she and her eldest daughter, Wynonna Judd, were to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Naomi Judd left daughters Winona and Ashley out of her will — they still fulfilled her last wishes

Naomi’s children, Wynonna and her younger sister, Ashely Judd.

Disclosed in a statement that their mother died from mental illness.

The mother of two has a lengthy history of depression.

One of her final desires was to be buried in the manner she desired.

Her children carried out the funeral arrangements made by the Kentucky native.

Before her children entered the platform, her brother, Mark Judd, delivered the eulogy.

Naomi Judd left daughters Winona and Ashley out of her will — they still fulfilled her last wishes

Naomi’s memorial, which featured many all-star performances, drew “a couple of hundred” mourners.

Larry Strickland, her husband, sang bass with the Imperials when they played “Sweet, Sweet Spirit.”

The Stanley Brothers’ “Drifting Too Far From the Shore” was sung by singer-songwriter Vince Gill, and Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead.

Along with, gospel singer, Guy Penrod, also performed at the ceremony.

Brandi Carlie ended it with “Love Can Build a Bridge.” Bono of U2 delivered a poem.

Naomi Judd left daughters Winona and Ashley out of her will — they still fulfilled her last wishes

Naomi died at the age of 76 in Leipers Fork, Williamson County, Tennessee, but her funeral arrangements were not made public.

Her two daughters and her husband survive her.

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