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Dorian Rhodell
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It is with great sadness that I am to report the passing of Jon E. King. Jon was the owner of the Mostly Magic Shop in Santa Rosa, Ca. He was a true friend with a great sense of humor, many friends and a heart of gold. Goodbye old friend. Please know that every time someone smiles from a trick or two that if it was not for you many might not have taken the path they have. You will be missed by many and thought of often.

Your friend,

Dorian Rhodell

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aznviet6uy
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I will share my sadness with Dorian, Jon was one of the greatest people I have ever known, he always had a trick or two and he was also the one who taught me my first magic trick and that got me into magic. for the past few months, I've been at school and work full time and wasn't able to make it to the meetings that we had once a month, I just regret it that I had not attended the last meeting. we will all miss you Jon

-Chris Le
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David Nelson
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I really enjoyed the time I spent at Jon's shop in Santa Rosa. I got to know Jon, Ken Garr and Jerry Camaro quite well while I was living near there and I miss that don't get to see them as often as I used to.

I remember seeing Jon occasionally while he went through chemo therapy and was thrilled to hear that he was in full remission.

It's ironic that four years after he beat cancer he died of a completely unrelated ailment.

He will be remembered and missed.

Dave
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I just went to Jon's memorial this afternoon in Santa Rosa...what a beautiful and moving tribute to a man who had such a passion for magic and life.

There will be a special gathering tomorrow night (Tuesday, December 19th) at the Mostly Magic shop for Jon's magician family, and I will be there for that, too.

Jon was a funny, talented and caring man. He will be missed deeply.

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