Reginald F. Lewis Before TLC Beatrice: The Young Man Before The Billion-Dollar Empire

Following the 1987 leveraged buyout of Beatrice Foods, Reginald F. Lewis was solidly positioned as CEO of a billion dollar conglomerate and a major player on Wall Street. Still in his forties, with a personal fortune that placed him on the Forbes 400 list, this pioneering African American businessman had achieved unimaginable success without benefit of inherited wealth or family connections. More

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About Lin Hart

In 1995, having been an employee of AT&T for three decades, I retired from my position as Network Systems Engineering Director to start my own company, Lin Hart & Associates, specializing in professional speaker services and leadership coaching.
I am a native of Baltimore, Maryland, and my friendship with Reginald F. Lewis began, in 1956, when we were both teenagers, living in the same West Baltimore neighborhood. In the 10 years that followed, we became friends, college roommates, and football teammates at Virginia State University. While we remained friends until Mr. Lewis's death in 1993, it is this books focus on this critical 10-year period of Reginald F. Lewis's life that distinguishes it from his autobiography.
I am a graduate of Virginia State University and I presently reside in Chesterfield, Missouri with my wife, Frances. We are the parents of two children, Lin Hart, Jr. and the late Gail Hart Stanfield


Reginald F. Lewis Before TLC Beatrice: The Young Man Before The Billion-Dollar Empire
Decades after his death, the vision and spirit of enterprise that made Reginald F. Lewis one of the leading figures in the American business community continues to resonate with entrepreneurs and corporate leaders across the country. This inspirational book, written by Lin Hart, combines the best attributes of a rousing memoir with the direct imperative of a self-help book.


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