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John David Mazon

November 30, 1968March 21, 2020

John David Mazon was born on November 30, 1968 and passed away on March 21, 2020.

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Genevieve Richardson

April 9, 2020

My deepest condolences to his family, my childhood friend and secret high school crush and classmate. May you Rest In Peace. God Bless always.

Nancy Ewing

April 4, 2020

My heartfelt sympathy goes out the the Mazon family. I have known John since he started dating my eldest daughter some 30 years ago.Because of this, not only do I have a wonderful grandson, Steven, and his beautiful family; but I also got to meet and love John's family, whom I hold very dear to my heart. John left us way too soon, but will always be lovingly remembered. I hope all the good memories help soften the pain. God bless all during this difficult time. Thoughts, prayers and hugs. Just remember, if there's anything I can do, I'm here for you.

Ricardo “Bucky” Robles

April 3, 2020

To the Mazon family, my dearest sympathies for your loss. I am grateful I had the opportunity to know John and grow up with him. My fondest memories are the times we would walk home from Van Buskirk after school and watch the Brady Bunch in your living room, the progress of Mr. Mazon’s addition to the house, listen to Mr. Mazon on the ham radio in the quartito at the back of the house, how we were shuffled into the living room before school one day to watch reports of the first ever test tube baby, how Alex, Tony, and I would always tease John how pretty his sisters were/are, and his absolute infectious smile...the way he laughed, I’ll always remember that, ALWAYS! He loved his kids, always spoke about them when we got together; he absolutely loved his family...John was certainly blessed. John was a really great friend and always very kind to me, not judgmental in the least...he would always listen. I miss the fact that he’s no longer in this world. John was a good man because he came from a good family. My thoughts are with John and the Mazon family. Again, my deepest sympathies. God bless you.

ABEL NORIEGA

March 27, 2020

To my favorite buddy and past co-worker who got me to eat healthy, and gave me the gift of racquetball. From the first time I met you, I knew you were a special person. Your experience in sales, and business in grocery made me better. The love for your daughter and sons were always top of mind. You constantly destroyed me in racquetball but made me get better and better everytime. I can still hear your infectious laugh and your love for your mom. You were such a determined person, persistent and perfectionist. You will always be my brother. Thank you for being a good friend to me. You were one of the great ones in my life. My condolences to your family and loved ones amigo.

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