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August 21, 2019

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July 20, 2019
The Walsh family wish to offer condolences to Linc's family, especially his daughters Edith and Sarah. We have so many fond memories of your father and you as young girls here in Maryland. We have thought, so often, of your Dad's kindness, humor, his photographs and his friendship with my Father, John Walsh (another Middlebury Alum.) May Our Memory of Linc Be Eternal.
July 19, 2019
Mr. Furber,
Sir, I would just like to say thank you for your years of dedicated service and sacrifice for our Country-first when you served with the U.S. Army in Europe during the Cold War and later when you served as a Consultant with the USSS and other alas Enforcement Agencies. And to your Family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.
July 18, 2019
Linc was one of the finest colleagues I ever knew. He was a pinnacle of integrity, combined with high professionalism and wonderful good nature. A beautiful soul. I loved to make him laugh.
July 18, 2019
Linc was one of the finest human beings I ever met - a thoughtful gentleman, wonderful mentor and teacher. All of us in the small broadcast division were in the same mental space in believing that journalism was a high public service that demanded the highest ideals, like those of Murrow and Cronkite. Linc had a wonderful smile, sense of humor and an outdoorsman toughness. At his home in Southport, Maine he cooked up a wonderful meal of fresh Maine lobster, took you boating, then relaxed at home with a good book. Such a good man. I talked with Linc a couple of months ago and was about to call him again and am so sad not to be able to do that. He will always be remembered by the School of Communication at American University where I still teach. I am sharing a photo of the Bliss Teaching Award which we added to our wall just last summer. Notice that Linc's name is right across from Ed Bliss, who founded our broadcast program. Poetic.
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