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* ''March 24, 2012''[[Cesareo Pelaez]] (1932-2012) (Marco the Magi), founder of [[Le Grand David]], passed away peacefully after a long battle with congestive heart failure.
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* ''January 5, 2013'' - [[Bill Chaudet]], professional magician and a charter member of [[The Magic Castle]], died.
* ''March 21, 2012'' [[Frank W. Dailey]] (1919-2012), Past National President of the [[Society of American Magicians]] (1983-1984), passed away.
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* ''January 4, 2013'' [[Bob Steiner]], past National President of the [[S.A.M.]], died in California.
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* ''December 2012'' - [[Imam]], founder of the [[Mostly Magic]] Nite Club in New York City, died while visiting his family in Bangladesh.

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  • January 5, 2013 - Bill Chaudet, professional magician and a charter member of The Magic Castle, died.
  • January 4, 2013 - Bob Steiner, past National President of the S.A.M., died in California.
  • December 2012 - Imam, founder of the Mostly Magic Nite Club in New York City, died while visiting his family in Bangladesh.
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