Devin-Lima-Obituary

Devin Lima

1977 - 2018 (Age 41)

Obituary

Devin Lima (born Harold Lima) was one of the singers in the popular pop trio LFO. He joined the band in 1999, replacing original member Brian Gillis. The band changed their name from Lyte Funky Ones to LFO and recorded material with Danny Wood of New Kids on the Block. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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Thinking about you and your family today and always! Your beautiful voice lives on! Even though I have never met you, you have inspired me in ways you will never know. Praying for your family and friends!

I have so many amazing and funny memories with and of Devin. He was a bright light in this world and he is now a bright star in the sky. Sending love, hugs and prayers to his family

He was the best man i have ever met .

My thoughts and prayers to Devins family. I worked with his beautiful mother who was always so proud of her family and all their accomplishments. Thinking and praying for all of you

Prayers to the family and fans on the loss of a talented man.

I want to thank you all on behalf of my family for everything you have done and all your kind words my father was a good man and will forever be missed I loved him very much as did the feast of his children I would like to tell you all thank you very very much and may god be with every one of you and may you all have blessed lives yet again I thank you all on behalf of me and my family

Devin not only had an amazing voice but he was an all around talented guy. I remember LFO's Disney special and Devin saying that he loved to draw. LFO was a huge part of my teenage years and I'm not the least bit ashamed to admit that I still listen to their albums today and they still sound so good. Over the years I've donated tons of cds to local missions and charities for resale but I never could part with my LFO cds. I will remember Devin as a creative man who loved those closest to...

I'm so sorry to hear about Devin. He was talented and will be missed. During this difficult time please continue to stick close to each other as family and friends. Constantly offer each other support.(proverbs 17:17)