Fiona Jane Lagan Wiki – Fiona Jane Lagan Bio
Tiktoker Fiona Jane Lagan, 44, from Teesside, was known as FeeFeeJane on the social media platform where she had been documenting her battle with throat cancer and her life with a tracheostomy tube.
Fiona Jane was diagnosed with throat cancer three years ago and underwent chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Tragically though, Ella Fiona died surrounded by her loved ones on Monday at the age of 44. Speaking to TeesideLive, her heartbroken mother Jan said: “She was like Wonder Woman.” She fought and fought. FeeFee was so full of life and an absolutely beautiful girl inside and out. She Ormesby and lived in Blackpool for some time before returning to Teesside. Last year, she explained on a JustGiving page how her life had ‘collapsed’ when she was told she had stage four throat cancer. She wrote: “Worst time of my life and it’s been the worst months of my life.
Fiona Jane Lagan was 44 years old.
When FeeFeeJane underwent radiotherapy, she said something was wrong
She received radiotherapy and chemotherapy, which she believed had been successful, but 12 weeks later, she said she felt “something was not right.” After contacting her consultant, she had a CT scan where she discovered that her cancer had returned and spread to her tongue. On June 16 of last year, doctors gave her the devastating news that they believed she had between six and 12 months to live. She said: ‘In that meeting, my world fell apart. Looking at my brothers and my mother’s faces in sheer shock broke me. I never thought it would come to this.’ She documented her journey on TikTok, where she has more than 44,000 followers.
Before dying, Fiona Jane Lagan made a wish
Before she passed away, Fiona made a wish list that included seeing Michael Bublé in concert and moving back to Blackpool, where she previously lived. In a touching request, Ella Fiona asked that after her death, her long blonde hair be donated to the Little Princess Trust. Her mother said she “broke down” after going to the funeral home to see her daughter after she had a nice hair done to donate. She said she didn’t want her to donate her hair because she ‘always had it’. Jan said: ‘When I sat down and thought about it, it’s her request and I wouldn’t go against it.
We are very proud of her and she always wanted to help others.” Jan said her daughter had a “heart of gold” and revealed that while sorting through drawers in her bedroom she found a Mother’s Day gift from Fiona and a birthday card for her father in July. The local community even raised funds to send Fiona and her family on her holiday to Lake Windermere with her three nephews Louis, Leo, and Teddy. Fiona, who planned her own funeral, also set up a Go Fund Me page, where she could collect donations for the Little Princess Trust.