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May 19, 2016
Happy Birthday to a phenomenal soul!
October 07, 2013
XO
September 15, 2013
OK - now what?
May 20, 2013
Happy Birthday!
January 27, 2013
Your grandson celebrated his 2nd Birthday today - hope you were around

XO

M
June 20, 2012
Missing You...
February 19, 2011
Six years later and the same lightening and weather pattern last night at your time of passing. I remember holding you in my arms as if it was yesterday.

Damn you - I wanted to go with you; not be left behind. The playfield is not the same without your wicked smile and pitching fastballs and firing me up with ideas. You inspired me.

Love, Molly
January 19, 2009
I met Jerry in 1984 around the time San Luis Telecom (later became Call America) was formed. Jerry's client and good friend, Scott Hindes, was an investor in the company and Jerry was around to make sure that Scott's investment was handled properly.

I will always remember one of our first conversations. Jerry had a strong personality as we all know and I have a pretty strong will myself. I was managing Call America and had decided to learn how to sell. I had gotten a book called "Selling" by Tommy Hopkins and I was reading it and underlining some sections. Jerry was interested and asked some questions and offered to help me with some sales ideas. I think I felt that strong personality of his invading my space and quickly let Jerry know that I had everything under control. Me at 25 with my Tommy Hopkins book. The two of us, yeah, we were under control alright. I couldn't sell myself out of a paper bag.

Jerry recognized my ignorance but continued to talk with me over the coming days and weeks and before long I came to the conclusion that he might be able to help me out. That is the understatement of the century. Through my experience with Jerry I learned to love the art of selling and eventually came to see selling as a very valued profession. Together Jerry and I worked at Call America to help others learn and enjoy this valuable profession. I am very proud to have been a small part of Jerry efforts to help people learn and grow. There are people all over the country in many professions who got their start in a Jerry Linthicum sales school at Call America.

I also appreciate the honesty and fairness of working with Jerry. It was never easy, but a lot of that was due to my stubbornness. But I never had to watch my back. Jerry always had my back. I have come to really value this honest way of dealing with people. I am a believer in people but the qualities of Jerry Linthicum don't come around very often. I enjoyed those qualities when we worked together and I think of Jerry often.
January 17, 2009
February 14, 2007
As an "aunt" who was just 18 months older than Jerry, I have a lot of memories of when I lived with his family, my sister. One especially, of bullet holes in his car. We laughed, but were afraid of what his Mom and Dad would say. All ended well.
I am so glad he found Molly to share his life. My thoughts are with her.

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