The pop singer Rich Cronin passed away at age 36, way too young.
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Lead singer and songwriter for the boy band LFO, otherwise known as the Lyte Funkie Ones, who sang “Summer Girls” in 1999.
He worked at a Blockbuster while attending Bridgewater State College.
He established the Rich Cronin Hope Foundation for Leukemia.
How did Rich Cronin die?
Leukemia caused Rich Cronin's death in 2010.
On the afternoon of September 8, 2010, Cronin died at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital after suffering a stroke secondary to his leukemia due to complications from medicine he was taking to offset GVHD (graft-versus-host disease), which he had been struggling with after having a stem cell transplant.
|Cause of death||Leukemia|
|Age of death||36 years|
|Birthday||August 30, 1974|
|Death date||September 8, 2010|
|Place of death||Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, United States|
|Place of burial||N/A|