Lucas Starr, founding member and bassist for Oh, Sleeper and Terminal, has passed away after losing his fight with stage 4 colon cancer. He was 34 years old. First reported by ThePRP, Starr was originally diagnosed with the disease in August and is said to have passed away last Friday.

For those who wish to attend, Starr’s celebration of life will be held at the City on a Hill Church in Fort Worth, TX this Sat., Dec., 15. The family has set up a life tribute wall for anyone interested in sharing their memories.

Lucas Starr / July 2, 1984 – December 7, 2018
The last photo of Starr from his Twitter account

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