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August 18, 2017

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October 28, 2011
October 24, 2011
I had just met Charles Colson, a Watergate conspirator who converted to Christianity. Colson was present at the Cincinnati screening of his autobiographical film "Born Again".

But, the most memorable part of my evening was still to come.

I was a car enthusiast so the sleek, sporty, luxurious white sedan in the parking lot didn't escape my gaze. It was unlike anything I had seen before.

I was awestruck; this was a piece of art on wheels. As I stood transfixed, I noticed someone had joined me. He was standing quietly, patiently, and politely at the back of his car. My gawking was delaying his departure.

After an apology I said, "This is a beautiful car. May I ask what it is"? The man said, "it's a Stutz". We stood there and talked cars for a few minutes and then we exchanged names. I had just met Carl Lindner.

He genuinely appreciated my admiration of his car. He was humble, gracious, and warm when he could rightly have been so much less. He had turned the tables and made me feel important. Like so many other stories here, it's a testament to his character. Cincinnati has lost a great man and to the Lindner family I extend my condolences along with my admiration for a life well lived.
October 24, 2011
As a lifelong Cincinnatian I have a great appreciation of Mr. Lindner's extensive contributions to the quality of life here in our town. He was always at the top of my very short list of true heroes. I send my prayers and gratitude.
October 24, 2011
The Lindner Family!
Fond memories that go back 35 years. So many great stories to share with family and friends. A very special person in so many lives. And to Edith, all our love.
Denise and Bob Ecuyer
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