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John Patrick Dilts (March 9, 1964 - August 2, 2010) John Patrick Dilts died suddenly on Monday, August 2nd after a brief illness. He was 46 years-old. John was born and raised in San Mateo, CA. He received his Bachelor of Arts from UC Santa Cruz and a Law Degree from the University of San Francisco. He moved to Agoura Hills, CA, in 2003, where he lived with his wife Julia. John was a loving husband, beloved brother, son-in-law, uncle and friend. He was a passionate man who loved people. All who knew him were inspired by his love of life, constant curiosity and eagerness to share visions. He was a generous man to all, whose drive was balanced by his great sense of humor. An inveterate optimist, he could always see new possibilities and helped launch many ideas. His legacy will be one of giving, vision, passion and lighting the fire of creativity in others. The culmination of all these traits was realized with the creation of Maverick Angels, a group that brings together early stage investors and visionary founders of start-up companies. John was truly proud of this organization and wished it to live on in his absence. John also expressed his generous spirit through his passionate commitment to El Nido Family Centers, an organization supporting disadvantaged and at-risk children, youth and families. Memorial contributions may be made to El Nido Family Centers: 818-830-3646; www.elnidofamilycenters.org. John was the son of Patricia and Robert Dilts. He is survived by his wife Julia Dilts, his sister Mary Dilts, his brothers Michael Dilts, Robert Brian Dilts and Daniel Dilts, his many nieces and nephews and his father and mother-in-law Roger and Joan Davis. John will be profoundly missed by all who were fortunate enough to know him.
Published in San Francisco Chronicle on Aug. 6, 2010
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