at age 62 after a battle with stomach cancer.In a post on social media Monday, the “Made In America” hitmaker’s loved ones revealed plans for two upcoming memorial services.“The Covel Family is hosting a private funeral service for family, band and crew only in mid-February.
A memorial service to honor Toby will be announced only on Keith’s socials shortly,” the Instagram post read alongside a photo of the country artist.“In lieu of flowers, the family appreciates donations to @tkfoundation1 to support the OK Kids Korral,” the post continued, sharing a link to the Toby Keith Foundation’s website.The “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” singer’s death was announced last week in a post shared on his official social media account.“Toby Keith passed peacefully last night on February 5th, surrounded by his family,” the post read. “He fought his fight with grace and courage.
Please respect the privacy of his family at this time.”The “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)” hitmaker, who revealed his diagnosis in 2021, opened up about his cancer battle just two weeks before his death.“I was going through all the chemo, radiation, surgery, and I got to the point where I was comfortable with whatever happened.
I had my brain wrapped around it, and I was in a good spot either way,” he told Oklahoma’s News 9. The “Red Solo Cup” crooner praised his wife, Tricia Lucus, for being “the best nurse” as he underwent treatment.“Oh, she’s been a trouper.Read more on nypost.com