LFO Singer Devin Lima Dead at 41

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As noted by The Mirror, Fischetti and Cronin formed LFO (then known as Lyte Funkie Ones) in 1995 with then-member Brian "Brizz" Gillis, but, after Gillis left the group, they met Lima and asked him to join LFO.

Lima's bandmate, Brad Fischetti, told Page Six at the time that the tumor had been successfully removed.

Devin Lima has died.

Sadly, Devin's death comes eight years after the passing of his bandmate Rich Cronin, who also died of cancer. As he and Fischetti described in a YouTube video in October 2017, doctors found a large football-sized tumor on his adrenal gland.

Before the cancer diagnosis, Lima and Fischetti were planning an LFO tour, which had to be postponed indefinitely.

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"I wish we had better news to share. But, he asked me to send you his love and gratitude for all the love and prayers you guys have sent his way", Fischetti said. It's devastating news, but at the same time, there's nobody I know who's stronger than Devin.

Lima, whose real first name is Harold, was born in Boston, Massachusetts.

Rich tragically passed away back in 2010 following a fight with leukemia. "No one has a stronger body, mind or soul and if anybody can defeat this than it's Devin". He was first diagnosed in 2005. He underwent treatments like chemotherapy, radiation and took various medications. In 2007, however, it returned.

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