Death of Richard M. Guon called an 'incredible loss'
As a boy, Richard M. Guon saw desperate customers selling their possessions at his father's Chicago pawn shop and was inspired to someday help those less fortunate.
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#1 Apr 6, 2009
Richie occupied a huge space in the hearts and minds of all of us..a space that can only be filled by the memory of his wonderful characteristics. He was tough but fair, strong yet sensitive, high energy and loving, serous and fun, lots of fun.
He left us doing the thing he loved most, bringing people together.
He was the catalyst for friendship and charity.
He was a dear friend for thiryfive years.
Thank God for Richie Guon.
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