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I was unfamiliar with the name “Magical Elves” in terms of the entertainment industry until this morning.  I wish I still was.  This is the production company that works in conjunction with The Food Network to produce shows like “Chopped Junior.”  On of the past champions on that show was a cancer-battling boy from Alabama, Fuller Goldsmith.  On their Instagram page yesterday, Magical Elves informed the world that Fuller had lost his fight to that awful disease at the age of 17.

“We are devastated after hearing about the loss of our Top Chef Junior alum, Fuller Goldsmith,” the post reads. “He was an incredible chef and the strongest kid we’ve ever met. From the minute he was introduced to us, we knew he would make an impact on everyone around him and be a positive force in cooking world.”  There can be nothing sadder or more devastating than the loss of a child.  To his family we offer our prayers and most sincere condolences.