Wednesday, December 8, 2010
I was sad to hear Elizabeth Edwards lost her courageous battle with cancer. I never had the pleasure of meeting her but wanted to share what I wrote several years ago in my book prior to the last presidential election as I went down the list of possible candidates..."One of the best things about John Edwards is his wife Elizabeth. She's his closest advisor, and pretty much everyone agrees that she's fantastic." My sincerest condolences to her family and all of those who loved her. May she rest in peace.
Posted by Lee Iacocca at 2:37 PM
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
George Steinbrenner passed away this morning. I am sad. I had tried to reach him last week on his birthday (July 4th) which I had done every year for decades only to discover he was unreachable. The general concensus on George was that he was one tough cookie, but I knew a very different George Steinbrenner. He was always there when I needed him. He stood with another good friend Tip O'Neil and gave his support during those dark days when we were working to save Chrysler. Whether it was a Derek Jeter bat for my grandson or joining him to watch his beloved Yankees, George is counted amoung those rare individuals who are true friends. He used to call me "Big Man", but in fact he was the "Big Man". I'll miss you George.
Posted by Lee Iacocca at 3:46 PM