Arlington residents Terry and Jeannie Lindsay receive Saint Luke Award

Charles T. “Terry” and Jeannie Lindsay, parishioners of St. Agnes Church in Arlington, received the 2017 Saint Luke Award from the Saint Luke Institute during a benefit held at the Apostolic Nunciature in Washington Oct. 16. 

 

The Saint Luke Award is given to a person or persons whose professional life or charitable works embody the ideals of the institute — the rebuilding of the spiritual, physical, emotional and intellectual life of clergy and men and women religious in need.  

 

Terry served on the board of directors of the institute for more than 13 years, including six as chairman. He is now chairman of the Saint Luke Foundation.

 

He is the retired chairman of the Lindsay Automotive Group. He and Jeannie are members of the Order of Malta and have been active in charitable activities with organizations such as Arlington diocesan Catholic Charities, Children’s Hospital, Hospice of Northern Virginia, Autism Speaks and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington.

 

Past recipients of the award include Washington Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl, Louisville Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz, Bishop Paul S. Loverde, and former Secretary for Veterans Affairs R. James Nicholson and his wife, Suzanne.

 

© Arlington Catholic Herald 2017