Lexington loses 'civic cornerstone' a...

Lexington loses 'civic cornerstone' as banker dies in Georgia

There are 21 comments on the Lexington Herald-Leader story from Jul 20, 2010, titled Lexington loses 'civic cornerstone' as banker dies in Georgia. In it, Lexington Herald-Leader reports that:

Samuel G. Barnes Sr., president of Fifth Third's Central Kentucky operations for nearly 20 years and a noted community patron, died Tuesday while in Georgia for his son's upcoming wedding.

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miss piggy

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#21 Jul 22, 2010
well said legacy. gotl gets to wake up and hug his loved ones today. he is indeed entitled to his opinions, but they are sad and selfish.

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