Torrie Wilson’s Grandmother’s Death is Revealed in a Moving Tribute

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Torrie Wilson’s Grandmother’s Death is Revealed in a Heartfelt Tribute

Torrie Wilson used Instagram last week to announce her grandmother’s death.

The WWE Hall of Famer revealed that she traveled to Idaho to see her sick grandmother.

Her grandmother was 106 years old, and Wilson was there to “massage her hands andamp; wish her an early happy anniversary.”

“Recently, I’ve taken a break from social media to focus on my personal and mental health.”

“It can feel like a light, fun place to connect at times, and at other times, it can feel like the heavy or craziness of this busy world bursts through the second I open it,” Wilson wrote in the post.

“I traveled to Idaho recently to see my energizer bunny Grandma, who had become ill.

I also had the privilege of being present with her (and my mother) as she took her final breath.

I was able to massage her hands and wish her a happy anniversary in advance.

(It started 30 minutes later, and Gramps had waited 18 years.)

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“Death can be beautiful when you know how amazing it’s about to get for someone as they enter a heavenly dimension,” Wilson continued.

She’s the first and only person I’ve ever met who reminds me of her.

I adore her. She’s 106 years old! Can you imagine what she’s seen? She was a sassy ball of fire, and I loved every minute of it.

Even at the age of 106, she ran her own business until just a few years ago and talked about her grand future plans.

“There’s a lot we can learn from each other.”

She concluded her post by offering some advice to her followers.

“I’ll always be a doer and a dreamer.”

Just a friendly reminder to myself and you…to keep making beautiful memories.

Some of them should be documented, but more importantly, they should be lived!”

In 2019, Wilson, 46, was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.

During her time with the company, she never won any titles, but she was one of the most popular Superstars on the roster in the early to mid-2000s.

Wilson told espnW when she was inducted, “This feels like a sweet closure.”

“Since I retired, a lot of people have asked me, ‘Do you feel bad you’ve never won a title?’ And I’ve always said no, because I didn’t feel like I got the value — even though it would have…

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