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October 22, 2011
I worked 27 yrs. with the Lindner family in banking at Hunter Savings and Provident Bank in Dayton OH. They both were good companies to work for. Thank you Mr. Lindner for opportunity to spend my working career at AFC.
October 22, 2011
Having lived in Cincinnati, I am saddened to hear about the Mr. Lindner's death or any death for that matter. Psalms 147:3 says: "He is healing the brokenhearted ones, And is binding up their painful spots." May that scripture provide you with comfort.
October 21, 2011
To the family of Carl Lindner Jr.,

It is with deep regret on the passing of Carl Lindner Jr. I realize that the death of a friend and family member is an irreparable loss to you. Those we love left us with gifts in the form of memories that no one can take away. They gave us wisdom that we can still recall, companionship when we were alone, comfort when we needed it.

May the tender mercy that God has always shown me be with your family now so that you will know that you are not alone, and may the prayers of other help in some small way to bring you strength, comfort and courage each day.

Many words will be expressed, yet we know God can express and provide to you and your family everything that is needed to care and sustain your hearts. Isaiah 46:1 will offer you some comfort , but the loss of a love one is more direct and personal. So wanted to send you these words of sincere sympathy upon the death of a loyal friend and trusted family member. My prayers will be with you and your family.
October 21, 2011
Please know that God's original purpose did not include sickness, old age or death. He has already taken steps to reverse all of our suffering and restore life back to those sleeping in death. I hope this proves to be a source of comfort to you.
October 21, 2011
My sympathies to the entire Lindner family. I remember in the mid 90's attending Mr. Lindner's Annual Christmas Party and so excited to see Paul Anka. It's an evening I'll never forget and have Mr. Lindner to thank. I lost my father (a fellow Mason) last February and it still seems like yesterday. May God give the Lindner family peace on the loss of this great man.
October 21, 2011
Mr. Lindner was truly our hometown hero. He blessed many lives and will be missed. May his legacy continue to serve those in need, and inspire a new generation of philanthropist.

I walk and work in confidence that what I do will make an eternal difference.

Remarkable servant, may you rest in peace.
October 21, 2011
i will miss carl on the way home on I-71 at night, always waving to people and his smile. he enjoyed driving his dairy farmer cream color rolls royce , and then his driver had a great camel coat, which allowed carl to enjoy the ride. he always rode in front of the car, no doubt listening to npr..and wnku.. Living near the old linder homes in silverton, i saw linder personally inspected the new dairy farmer store in deer park before it opened, looking at the pictures of him and his brothers and family. he had said when i interviewed him he wanted to make sure it looked right and honored his family. no one in cincinnati can measure up to his giving to charities. He is the exception of the rich man who will make it to heaven without passing thought the eye of a needle, so the bible remarks.. . his concept was do something for others before being asked.. he lived the golden rule and was a credit to the common man who worked hard and made good, never forgetting his beginning or his friends, old or new.
Thanks St. Carl- your friends from I-71 drive home
October 21, 2011
Mr. Lindner's gernerosity will be truly missed. I hope that you as a family continue to have love among yourselves and people. He exemplified the thoughts found at Acts 20:35. There it tells us that happiness is found in giving.

Sincerely,
P. Nesbitt
October 21, 2011
I have fond memories of Mr.Lindner from my childhood, My family lived on Mentor Ave. He was A very kind man . We will pray for your family . Pat C. Norwood, Ohio .
October 20, 2011
I am so thankful for Mr.Carl Linder, Jr and his family's positive impact on our great city and beyond. Thanks for your vision and then willingness to commit. Personally, I thank God for you making First Priority of Greater Cincinnati a reality for our middle/high schools.

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