Olympian Lisa Curry has shared a touching tribute to her daughter Jaimi Kenny just six months after she passed away from a long-term illness.
Jaimi was only 33 when she passed away which devastated the family.
On Sunday, Lisa shared a tribute after spending time with her former teammates that were close to Jaimi.
“Yesterday we had a reunion of our team that won the World Championships of Outrigger Canoeing in 2003. It’s a group of girls that trained hard, raced hard, and laughed hard together,” she said.
“All of them knew our beautiful Jaimi as she grew up with Outrigging.
“Jaimi went to the World Sprints in Hawaii as well and often came to Hawaii with me.
“She and Morgan were both really good paddlers.”
The post featured three touching photos, which Lisa describes in the caption.
The second photo shows sun beaming down on Lisa and an orb of dazzling light.
“As we were walking down to have a look at Jaimi’s garden, Jazzy took a photo of me,” she said.
“It’s the most beautiful and bizarre photo to look at with the orb and ray of sun …
“6 months ago right at this moment when you left us, we will always remember you my love.”
Fans sent their well wishes to Lisa on the post, hoping she is healing.
“No one can take her spirit away. Gorgeous woman who I never knew but can feel how special she was. You are a beautiful mother Lisa xo,” commented one.
“That orb and ray of sun touching your shoulder means your healing has started,” said another.
This article originally appeared on Over60.