“To my friend John flora growing up in Kansas was tough high school stuff you are always outstanding know you're always gave me spirit I'm sorry to see you go I know we'll be together again on the basketball court go Jayhawks right miss you love you always Mike
“We miss you in the store. When we come to a question we still say, "What would Jon do?" It's difficult without you but we are striving to keep your vision alive.
“My heart is beyond saddened to hear of the passing of Jon Flora. He was the ultimate leader with a compassionate heart. He believed in people and his actions showed it. The world has lost a good man. I was blessed to have work with you in Dallas. Rest in peace Mr. Flora.
“I was a customer at Fry's at 59th Ave. and Beardsley. Several months ago I saw him in the store. I mentioned to one of the employees that I liked his commercials on TV, because he looked and sounded so down to earth. She brought me over to him and introduced me to him. He was so kind to me, and I was so impressed with him. I will never forget this man. God bless him, and I know he will be in good hands now.
“Jon, you will truly be missed... You were kind, respectful, and fair... You were a true gentleman, and a joy to work for! I am glad, and proud to have worked for you!
“Saw him @ Thomas St. Fry's a year or so ago. My wife and I went over to him & shook his hand, telling him that they were beating the competition soundly in the heat of the local TV campaign. He smiled broadly & politely thanked us for the feedback & for stopping by. He had a positive screen presence and is surely missed by many.
“I was so sad to hear of the passing of Jon Flora. The world will miss a very special man. May the God of comfort help the Flora Family.