John Patrick Wolfenden, beloved and loving husband, father, son and brother, passed away on June 23rd, aged 45. He is survived by his wife of 19 years, Suzanne Zizzi, their daughters Shea and Maeve (14 and 12), and by his parents, Anita and Richard, and his brother, Peter. John was borne and raised in Chapel Hill. After graduating from Dartmouth College and the American Film Institute, he worked as an editor on many films, video games and television shows, including The World Poker Tour, Fast N' Loud, and a NOVA documentary about the Mars lander Curiosity. John played a key role in bringing labor union participation to The World Poker Tour, and is fondly remembered by many with whom he collaborated. As a musician, he wrote and performed with several bands, notably Junk Ferry whose track Smoke Stack appeared in the soundtrack for the film Fight Club in 1999. As a concerned citizen, John published many letters in the Los Angeles Times on subjects ranging from land mines to intelligent design. John lived with his wife, two daughters, a cat and three dogs in Sherman Oaks, CA.