The Life and Death of Jonny Z

by | Aug 12, 2009 | POLITICS

Jonny Z was the kind of person who could walk into a room and change the mood from ho-hum to high fives and laughter in a matter of minutes. He was always working on eighty things at once to make the community better and more creative. On May 7, 2007 we lost one of the best and brightest people I’ve ever encountered.


Jonny Z was the kind of person who could walk into a room and change the mood from ho-hum to high fives and laughter in a matter of minutes. He was always working on eighty things at once to make the community better and more creative. On May 7, 2007 we lost one of the best and brightest people I’ve ever encountered.

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Kontra over at RadicalRichmond.net sent us a documented audio piece recorded at the 2nd Annual Jonny Z Fest of people who were touched by Jonny Z in some way. Listen HERE

Long Live Jonny Z!

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