Lima died at 41 on Wednesday (Nov. 21) after a yearlong battle with stage four adrenal cancer.
The sole remaining living member of LFO, Brad Fischetti, issued a moving statement honoring his late bandmate, Devin Lima, on Wednesday (Nov. 21), just hours after Lima died at age 41. "Harold 'Devin' Lima passed away this morning after a valiant battle with cancer," a stricken Fischetti says in a video tribute in which he's wearing a black LFO t-shirt. "He will be greatly missed by many. To me he was a brother, to his six kids he was a father, to their mother a wonderful partner. He was a son, a brother, a friend and beloved by so many. He was an extraordinary talent and a beautiful man."
In the message accompanying the video, Fischetti shared the final words Lima said to him a few days before his death: "Bro, when it's over, just tell them I disappeared." Lima died following a yearlong struggle with stage 4 adrenal cancer. The Massachusetts-bred pop group's third member, lead singer/songwriter Rich Cronin, died in 2010 at age 36 from leukemia.