Devin Lima, a former member of the boy band LFO, died on the morning of Wednesday, November 21, at the age of 41-years-old after a yearlong battle with stage 4 cancer. Lima joined LFO in 1999.
LFO — otherwise known as Lyte Funkie Ones — was an American pop band consisting of vocalists Lima, Brad Fischetti, and Rich Cronin. Cronin died in 2010, also due to cancer.
LFO were best known for their hit singles “Summer Girls” “Girl on TV”, and “Every Other Time.”
Despite only releasing two studio albums — LFO in 1999 and Life Is Good in 2001 — LFO have sold over 4 million records worldwide.
Devin Lima Cause of Death: Cancer
Lima, 41, died of cancer at the age of 41-years-old.
LFO planned to do a tour in the spring of 2018, but doctors discovered a football-sized tumor sitting on Devin’s adrenal gland and pushing against various organs, including his heart. They removed the tumor and discovered it was malignant, and it turned out to be stage 4 cancer.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Lima’s family during this difficult time. May he rest in peace.
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