The Law Firm of Barrett and McNagny
occupies the former site of the Kryder realty and insurance offices.
as Carlyle CEO and practically the sole owner of U.S. Marine Repair
V. Kryder, devout Methodist, avid
gardener, and President of the Kryder
Company, Inc., never dreamed her life's work would be buried
by lawyers and insurance institutions for thirty
years, only to turn up in the midst of The
Carlyle Group which along with General
Dynamics in the year 2004
controls today's amalgamated U.S. defense contracting, transportation,
soy, steel, oil, glass, lumber, gravel, insurance,
and aeronautical industry." Minnie's
cryptic journey to the nation's capitol appears to have a lot
to do with persons motivated by a "shirt-tail" cousin
Kenneth W. Maxfield. In Leo,
Indiana, some of Maxfield's lifelong neighbors never knew
he was "of counsel" in the law firm of the Allen County
Attorney, Beers, Mallers, Backs, and Salin.
B. Edward Ewing, aka Bernie E. Ewing and "Ed," appears
to have discovered both the fountain of youth and a pot-of-gold
at the end of the rainbow. Born too poor to buy coal in Jasper,
Indiana he is now hoping to be a billionaire. His career began
in 1965 as a draftsman
"where he advanced through a number of management positions
in engineering, manufacturing and material in the North
American Truck Group." Without any formal education,
he became Vice President of General Dynamics when Magnavox
seemingly shut down the Fort Wayne operations to hide out in California
long enough for locals to have forgotten the past.
the time Magnavox Defense Electronics was acquired by the Carlyle
Group Ewing became Chief Executive Officer of Carlyle
Management Group based in Dallas, Texas, founded in Indianapolis
in 1969 and 1985.
After wrapping up a brilliant U.S. tour of duty buying up defense
"turn-arounds" for The Carlyle Group prior to the War
on Terror, he commenced buying up the remains of the for decades
bankrupted aeronautical trade just in time for the new boom in
U.S. space exploration.
of another Fort Wayne star, Tim Berry, the 2002 Indiana
State Treasurer reads that "Prior to his election as
Treasurer of State, Berry served as Allen County
Treasurer from September 1990
to February 1999. Berry was first
elected, at age 29... As Allen County Treasurer, Berry earned
record interest income through efficient investment of tax dollars.
Berry also cut the County Treasurers office operating expenses,
to achieve the lowest per capita operating budget of any of Indianas
92 county treasurers... Before entering public life, Tim Berry
spent five years with North American Van
Lines in finance and operations analysis."
(Now, it is
a fact that state treasurers invest state pension funds with the
Carlyle Group. Some State Treasurers even had pensions invested
Rolland, who became President of Lincoln
National Life Insurance in Fort Wayne in 1977,
the year K.W. Maxfield became President
of North American Van Lines, retired from all that to become Chair
of the Indiana State Pension in 2000.
of the Carlyle Group is former
Indiana Senator Dan Coats (German Ambassador), who heartily
supported former Fort Wayne Mayor Paul Helmke in his race for
the Senate against Evan Bayh.
joins race today... Paul Helmke stands with
Ian Rolland, and his father, Walter Helmke, as he waits at
the Republican headquarters to announce his candidacy for the
3rd District congressional seat."
Room 309 in 1950, Moss Engineering and Kryder Company were listed
as Hotel/Motel Builders.
In 1989Azar Corporation sold "Shoney's"
to Marriott Corporation and then changed its name to "Truste
Hotels, Inc." Marriott Corporation acquired a number of Indiana
Hotels, amongst which was the original "Fairfield
Inn" name forerunner to today's "Marriott Fairfield."
Melvin A. Azar was County Auditor when Minnie Kryder's Estate
Closed while yet another Azar was a Director of Lincoln National
In 1995, The
was the owner of Marriott Fairfield Fort Wayne; Carlyle sold "Magnavox
Defense Electronics" a Fort Wayne operation, and B. Edward
Ewing became CEO of Carlyle Management Group.
In 1996 Indiana
citizens voted to allow investment of state pension funds in stocks
and equities. In the year 2000, Ian M. Rolland was Chair of the
Indiana State Pension fund.
of Some of Clarence and Minnie Viola "Disler" Kryder's Realty:
Rural 1894-1919: Cedarville,
Cedar Creek Township, Leo, S28
1919 Fort Wayne:
Forest Park Addition
Bayer's 2nd Addition
Eliza Hanna's Addition
Pontiac Place Addition
Driving Park Addition
Anthony Hibbs Addition
W.H. Simons Addition
1,2,3 Laselle Place Addition
Pfeiffer Place Addition
Kryder's Additions, 1-2-3
Waynedale; Waynedale Gardens 1-2-3
Lot 91 Old Plat Addition
Beck's 2nd Addition
Forest Hill Addition
5 Tennessee Avenue
1929: Lot 52 and 78 Original Plat of Waynedale given to Wayne School
Township by Frank H. Kryder
Hanna's Park Outlots
Armiston Heirs Addition
Orchard Place Addition
Fairfield Terrace Sec. A
Fairfield Terrace Sec. B.
Disler Place Addition
Drexel and Winter Street- Kryders Extended Addition
S.C. Evans Amended Plat
Lot 209 Avondale
305-306 Carroll Building
215 East Berry Street
Standard Building, Rms 202, 203, 225, 226; Rm 309
807 Ft. Wayne Bank Building
Personal Representative of this family
believes that evidence exists which calls
into question the integrity of certain individuals who controlled
the bulk of the Kryder Family's property. The PR believes that an
assortment of estate documents filed in Allen County, Indiana, from
an assortment of related estates, do not represent the entire truth.
information published on this website follows ten years of research.
It is Public Information cited from documents recorded in the State
of Indiana, and from other genuine publications.
One or two statements were made directly to the Personal Representative
in letters or on the phone. Experts have been consulted at considerable
expense. Due to the evasiveness of fiduciaries, relatives, and known
associates of the Kryders, the Personal Representative is of the
opinion that harm and injustice have been done to a family entitled
to protection under the PROBATE CODE OF INDIANA. This is an opinion,
not the conclusion of the Personal Representative. Corrections
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