My father died 6 months ago today. This is the last photo of my parents together. He was in perfect health 3 years ago, just before he was diagnosed with Lewy Body Dementia & Parkinson’s. He passed 1 week after his 57th birthday. I miss him terribly.
/r/lastimagesGrandad. Had such a rough childhood, in and out of various orphanges and an evacuee to Cornwall in WW2, where he met Nan. Married from 1952 until he passed away from cancer. My mum took this picture a few weeks before he passed. Miss you, Grandad.
/r/lastimagesI took this picture 2 days before Andrés died swimming in the seas of Cabo Pulmo. He was excited to have this 4 days trip with his friends and was saying good bye to our cat Juanito. He was my favorite person in the world, my partner, my lover, my world. He died in May 2017, he was floston_plumber.
/r/lastimagesMy grandfather right after I cut his hair. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) and Allied invasion on Juneau Beach (D-Day) in June 1944. He was 96 and lived independently until 9/18 when he broke his leg. He passed in his sleep on 12/12. I already miss him and his wisdom dearly.
/r/lastimagesThis is one of the last pictures of my great aunt Sandra and I before cancer took over. I spent the better part of a summer helping her in her failing health; wish I’d had more time to make fun memories with her.
/r/lastimagesThis was taken a few days before he was to be discharged home. He went into organ failure and died unexpectedly fighting the whole way
/r/lastimagesLast picture of my dad at the Marine Corps ball. My dad passed 4 months later, Feb 15, 2018 from esophageal cancer at the age of 65. It's been a rough year but I try not to think about it. Love you dad.
/r/lastimagesThe last picture Seamus, my best friend, sent me. He had just got accepted into the marines before taking his motorcycle out. That day he slipped on washed up gravel and was hospitalized with severe brain damage. They said he would recover, but he died of a respiratory infection some days later.
/r/lastimagesThe last picture of my father before cancer took him. His grandkids were his world. He was such a character and is sorely missed, RIP Grumpy.
/r/lastimagesLove of my life..... who knew he would die in 5 m9nths of accidental OD. This is 7s happy at lake Michigan jun 2018. I will never love again.
/r/lastimagesPerfectly encapsulates my sister - hilarious, unabashedly herself, and obsessed with cats. Six hours after I got this snapchat she died as a result of her lifelong heart condition (CPVT). She was 24.
/r/lastimagesMy dad and I (11-07-18) a week and a half before he passed away from alcoholism/hypothermia (11-17-18)I held his face in my hands and told him how proud I was of him, and how much I loved him right before I left. It was our last in person moment.
/r/lastimagesMy Grampie, directly after popping his teeth in so I could get a handsome picture for my Nanny (she passed ten years prior but he still had to make sure she had a handsome picture next to her urn, of COURSE). He passed two weeks later from complications of lung cancer.
/r/lastimagesThe last image of my cousin, and only his hand. I dragged him along on a 2 hour car ride to get this little guy. Now my cat always reminds me of him. He OD'd two weeks later.
/r/lastimagesThis is my mom. Taken three months before she took her own life. She struggled with substance use disorder for 17 years. She decided to silence her demons for good the night before my 23rd birthday. 10/7/17. It'll never be the same. Love you maa. Miss you always.
/r/lastimagesOne of the last photos in my camera roll of my wife and I, not too long before she passed. She died Dec 14, 2014 due to complications of asthma. She essentially went to sleep and didn't wake up. She hated smiling in pics so I'd take a bunch till I got the right one.
/r/lastimagesMy grandpa, who passed away today. He was a disabled agent orange veteran and one hell of a guy. This was taken earlier this week.
/r/lastimagesMy dad was taken to hospital on 22nd November 2018 and diagnosed with lung cancer which had spread to his brain bones and liver. He passed on 1st December in the hospice. I spent the night before holding his hand. I miss him so much.
/r/lastimagesLast photo of my good spirited grandpa before passing away from lung cancer on December 22, 2009. Been almost 9 years ❤️
/r/lastimagesMy 15 month old son, Connor. I used to put my sunglasses on him and exclaim "what a cool dude!" but couldn't get a picture. This picture was taken Nov 6th. I keep looking at it for some sign that he would die in his sleep that night, for reasons unknown.
/r/lastimagesLast picture of my grandma (left) and I (right) before she passed away from kidney disease two and a half years ago. I miss her so much, and think about her constantly
/r/lastimagesMy dad died a year ago, taken by alcoholism at 66. Although this picture is 7 years old, it is the last one of him because he did not like being in pictures for the most part and he was very withdrawn his last few years. He was gentle, kind, and creative. It shouldn't have ended like it did.
/r/lastimagesA friend of mine killed herself three days after posting this final picture on Instagram. Please reach out to those joking about suicide.
/r/lastimagesThe only photo I have of my parents together. I was probably 5 or 6. They both passed in 2014 of cancer 3 months apart. Damn, what I would t give to go back to this day with my knowledge now. I could have changed everything.
/r/lastimagesGrandpa with my youngest son the day before he passed
/r/lastimagesLast image of my Grandad, the man who raised me and is my soul mate and eternal inspiration, with my daughter. Taken on the 6th Dec 2014, he died from bowel cancer nine days later on Christmas morning.
/r/lastimagesThe last image taken by war photographer Hilda Clayton who was killed in this accidental mortar explosion during a training event. (more info in comments)
/r/lastimagesIt’s my sisters 28th birthday today. This is the last profile picture she uploaded to Facebook, on 3/9/16. She ODed on 3/10/16 and was taken off life support 4 days later. Her dog is still alive and doing well.
/r/lastimagesThis is my friend Chris. This is taken about a month before he took his own life. The day he walked out of my house never to return will forever stick in my head. Miss you.
/r/lastimagesOne of the lasts, from one of the best. It's been a month almost. Rest easy girl.