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If you did not know them personally, at least you had spotted them in recent years whizzing along on matching electric scooters, or honking at you from a Rolls-Royce or another of their custom-fitted snazzy cars. You might have seen them address a school assembly, marshal a parade, or peddle real estate on infomercials. They were unforgettable, and not only because, at 2 feet 10 inches tall, they were believed to be the world's shortest adult twins. So Palm Beach County mourned last week when John Rice, the older twin by five minutes and the more gregarious of the two, died of a heart attack at Hundreds of past and current county residents signed an online guest book on the Web site of The Palm Beach Post, trading memories of the brothers. Everyone, it seemed, stopped to reflect on why John and Greg Rice were such fixtures here, as much "a part of Palm Beach County as the palm trees," as one admirer wrote. They were rich, almost a requirement in these parts, and very funny.
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John Rice December 3, — November 5, and Greg Rice born December 3, , sometimes known as the Rice Brothers or Rice Twins , were identical twin dwarfs , known throughout the United States for their appearances in various commercials and infomercials. John and Greg Rice were born on December 3, at St. Their biological mother abandoned them a few hours after giving birth, purportedly due to the diagnosis of dwarfism.
But neither his wealth nor his extremely diminutive stature are what people say they will most remember about him. Devoted civic boosters, they led parades, spoke at schools, visited hospitals and hosted charity events with a brio unimaginable for two who struggled from birth against dreadful odds. So when John, the more extroverted twin, died unexpectedly Nov. He had just completed an errand at a local bank the day before when he slipped and broke his leg.