Joey Feek'south Husband Rory Feek Shares Photo of Her Grave

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Source:   —  April 02, 2016, at 10:10 PM

Joey Feek, who performed with her husband as the Country music duo Joey + Rory, died March four after a battle with cervical cancer. She was forty.

Joey Feek'south Husband Rory Feek Shares Photo of Her Grave

Singer Rory Feek is still mourning the loss of his wife, Joey Feek.

Joey Feek, who performed with her husband as the Country music duo Joey + Rory, died March four after a battle with cervical cancer. She was forty.

Rory Feek shared a photo Saturday of his late wife'south grave. Previously, the singer shared in a blog post that Joey Feek was buried in "the family cemetery behind our barn."

The photo, posted on Facebook, shows the grave site, which features fresh dirt close a ordinary cross. Horses are also featured in the photo.

Rory Feek captioned the photo, "... a shining sunrise will contradict the heavy fog that weighs you down."

Rory Feek, forty-nine, has continued to document his family'south journey on his blog and their Facebook page since May two thousand fourteen, when his late wife was diagnosed with cervical cancer three months after giving birth to their daughter Indiana.

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