Chuck Drummond death hoax: Ladd Drummond father NOT dead

Chuck Drummond death hoax: Father of Ladd Drummond, Ree Drummond Chuck Drummond has not died.

Chuck Drummond death - dead hoax: Ladd Drummond father NOT dead

Reports online saying Chuck Drummond father-in-law of Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond and grandfather of Alex Drummond, Paige Drummond, Bryce Drummond and Todd Drummond passed away are false.

Chuck Drummond death hoax is confirmed in this post yesterday by Ree:

Scenes from this Saturday’s “Staying Home” episode, shot entirely by my pookie heads. (Every now and then I check a camera angle to make sure it’s not pointed at the ceiling, but it’s 99% in their hands.)

This week’s show is fun, because Ladd, my boys, and my father-in-law show up and an impromptu arm wrestling tournament unfolds.

Everything’s a competition, man! (Oh, and swipe forward for the dishes I make, uh muh guh.) Family and food…It was a delicious day for many reasons. I hope you’re enjoying these shows, and I hope you’re doing well. Sending lots of love!❤️

Drummond death in the family:

Ladd Drummond’s oldest brother Todd death happened after he was killed in a car accident when Todd was eighteen, the summer before he left for college.

His death shook the Drummond family to the core and to keep his memory alive, Ree and Ladd named their youngest son after him.

Chuck Drummond wife, Nan Olsen Drummond, age 74, passed away on May 24, 2018 at her home in Pawhuska, Oklahoma.

Born on August 17, 1943 in Ponca City, Oklahoma, Nan was raised on her family’s cattle ranch near Hardy. She attended Oklahoma State University and was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority.

Nan married Charles R. “Chuck” Drummond on August 17, 1964 during their senior year at OSU. She graduated with a degree in Textile Merchandising in May 1965.

Nan and Chuck raised three sons on their family ranch near Pawhuska, Oklahoma.

Over the years, Nan owned a clothing store, spearheaded a western art show, organized cutting horse events, and helped Chuck with his many ventures, but her primary interest was being home on the ranch, raising a family and enjoying country life. She is lovingly remembered for her quiet strength, innate kindness, strong Christian faith, and devotion to family.

Nan is survived by her husband of 53 years, Chuck; along with son Tim Drummond and his wife, Missy; son Ladd Drummond and his wife, Ree; grandchildren Alex, Caleb, Paige, Halle, Bryce, and Todd Drummond;

She is preceded in death by her son, Todd O. Drummond and her father, John William (Bill) Olsen.

A funeral service for Nan Drummond held at First Presbyterian Church in Pawhuska on Friday, June 1, at 4:00 pm.

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