Luke Bryan Thanks Fans For Support of His Mom After Hurricane Michael Destroyed Her Home

Luke Bryan Thanks Fans For Support of His Mom After Hurricane Michael Destroyed Her Home

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Luke Bryan’s mom’s house, located in Mexico Beach, Florida, was recently destroyed by Hurricane Michael, a category 4 storm that roared through the Florida Panhandle on Oct. 10.

LeClaire Bryan returned to her home following the storm, only to find the area devastated, with most homes in the area gone. LeClaire went through her home, trying to salvage what was left. Fans of her son Luke reached out with their love and support. 

Since LeClaire’s story was reported, Luke has taken to Instagram to thank fans and friends for their support of his mom during this awful time.

Thank you so much for all the outpouring of concern for my mama over the past couple of weeks. She and her friends are sticking together and helping each other in their communities during this devastating time. Many continued prayers for those along the gulf coast and South Georgia. Love y’all,” Luke wrote next to a video of his mom.

In the video, LeClaire stood among the damaged area and also wanted to thank fans for their love and prayers. 

“This is LeClaire Bryan. We just want to thank you, thank everybody for all of their prayers and concerns,” she started off the video. “This community has come together like you cannot imagine. We are a family. We are rebuilding. We love you. We know you’re thinking about us and praying for us. Love little Mexico Beach. It’s all heart and we’re gonna survive. Thank you all so kindly. We love you all. Keep praying and we are going to be strong. Mexico Beach Strong.”

Earlier this month when Hurricane Michael was headed for the Panhandle, Luke took to social media to ask for prayers for the family.

“Hey everyone. Pray for my people. So many dear people I know are being affected. My mother and so many friends live in Mexico beach. And now it’s bearing down on Albany and Leesburg.”

Hurricane Michael slammed into Florida’s Panhandle with up to 155 mph winds, killing 39 people. It then moved North affecting Georgia, North Carolina, and Virginia.

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