Lois, please accept my sincerest sympathies in the loss of your husband. It seems, unfortunately, that is not a choice that is ours to make. I enjoyed meeting Ell at our reunions and know that u both were very happy. Condolences are sincere. Bev Ruser
Ell Linton was truly a great man and friend to so many.
Who could ever forget that laugh or Ell sharing another
great sports story! There was no bigger Rams fan, and
Ell was so well thought of by so many St Louis sports celebrities. Our thoughts and prayers to Lois, Curt, and the
entire Linton family in the loss of a truly great man!
It was truly an honor to know Ell Linton. How I enjoyed my visits
with Ell & Lo at Broadway Ford and
Truck. Ell was a great story teller and
who could ever forget that wonderful laugh?
No body was a bigger Rams fan,
and Ell was so well thought of by many
St Louis sports celebrities, who had the opportunity
to get to know him.
Our thoughts and prayers to Lois, Curt and the entire
Linton family for the loss of a truly great man!
We are in Las Vegas today and will not be able to share our grief and loving thoughts with you at this time. We both owe so very much to Mr Linton and the Broadway Ford family. You all know how very special you have always been to us. We will be in contact when we return home. Our prayers to you all. Walter and Jerilyn Chitwood
So proud to have known Mr. Linton, what a really great man. He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Lois and all the family.
Thinking of you, Lois, and the family at this difficult time and wishing you comfort and peace.
Please accept my sympathy for your loss. I always enjoyed dealing with Ell both when I was an instructor with the Black Knights, and when I sold phone systems for Southwestern Bell.
Lois and family, Sorry to hear of Ell's passing. Our thoughts are with you as you go through this difficult time. Jim and Bonnie Diemer
I will forever be thankful for the opportunity Mr Linton gave me to work for 8 years at his wonderful company. God Bless
To the Linton Family,
Mr. Linton took a chance and hired me as a receptionist for Broadway Ford in 1985. He and Curt mentored me for nearly 13 years in accounting and customer service. I will be forever greatful for everything he taught me.
Lois and family,
It is difficult to know what to say at times like this. Just know that Ell and your family are in our hearts and prayers.
Mel and Pat Baeske
Ell was always great to be with on business, for golf, telling jokes or smoking cigars. He will be missed greatly! My deepest sympathy to Lois, Curt and the entire family. Ernie Coe
You will be missed Ell; I know by His Grace and Love that you are well and happy. My love and friendship to you.
Our sincere condolences to the entire Linton family. The world has lost a truly great man. His sense of humor was second to none. Our thoughts and prayers are with you now, and in the coming days.
There are no two Ell Lintons. With his passing we lose a wonderful friend. His joy and zest for life were matched only by his generosity to help others experience what he enjoyed as well. He's now having the ultimate experience of being in God's presence, hearing the gospel music he loved so much and the joys of heaven. He leaves a large vacant place in our hearts. We were blessed to have known him. May God's grace be all that you need as you live this loss. Steve & Jerie Artz