Fi Munro Death | Obituary – Perthshire cancer fighter and campaigner Fi Munro sadly passed away after her a four-and-a-half-year, battle with ovarian cancer, her family has confirmed.
Inspirational Fi (34) won the hearts of thousands with her bravery and positive attitude during her four-and-a-half-year battle with ovarian cancer.
Last month she called on her friends and followers “not to waste a second of their lives after being told she only has weeks to live”.
On Thursday evening, her husband Ewan confirmed on Facebook that Fi had died “peacefully” on July 7.
Heartbroken Ewan told Fi’s 11,000 followers: “She has been such a huge inspiration to all those around her, filling the space with love, compassion, fun.. and a little bit of swearing!
“I know she has been an incredible support to all of you out there who follow her Instagram, Facebook and blog and she leaves a huge hole in all our hearts.
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“I hope that wherever she is that she gets her wish, to be reunited with friends and family lost, and to have the most amazing time with them all.
“Please don’t send flowers or cards, but instead be inspired by Fi. She asked that you all share and honour your love for her by giving a random act of kindness in her name.”
Ewan said the family would do something in her honour when the time is right, adding: “Do whatever you can to make someone else smile.”
We express our sympathy and deepest condolences to Munro’s family today and in the days, weeks, months, and years that are to come as they cope with his passing. May his soul rest in peace.
— PerthshireAdvertiser (@The_PA) July 17, 2020