HARVEY LEE LINDSAY, JR. is one of the most beloved and celebrated public figures in Tidewater, Virginia. A bright anomaly in an industry often driven by the bottom line, Harvey made his name as a commercial real estate risk taker, and by taking bold civil rights stances at a time of deep racial prejudices. At times, he is a firebrand, but more often Harvey is a gentle soul who cares deeply about family, co-workers and the coastal region where he was raised. Harvey is often touted as a business visionary and credited with helping to transform downtown Norfolk into a thriving commercial hub. This account of his life was written by his granddaughter, Tricia King, who punches through Harvey’s modesty to expose the business and family patriarch so widely revered.