The Washington Times - September 27, 2007, 07:16PM
National Taxpayers Union John Berthoud SEE RELATED:


47Mr. BerthoudPete SeppGrover Norquistboard of directors of the American Conservative UnionWilliam LauderbackJohn BerlauCompetitive Enterprise Institutehis Facebook page— Robert Stacy McCain, assistant national editor, The Washington TimesUPDATE 2:30 a.m. Friday:Blog tributes to Mr. Berthoud accumulatedElizabeth Terrell’s blog post at NTU’s Government Bytes blogMr. Berthoud’s obituaryphoto is by Doug DeMarkFreedomWorksTax FoundationFree RepublicAmy Ridenour of the National Center for Public Policy Research
I don’t want to post anything else on the blog this evening until I note with sadness the death of John Berthoud. …\ \ \ He was always willing to lend a hand; often, he was one of the very first to volunteer to assist coalition efforts. His name came up in office conversations often. I do not recall hearing a negative word about him; not even once.
Red State
If you asked around DC long enough, you’d learn that “leading a significant conservative organization” does not necessarily equal, “folks I’d love to have a drink with” - but John Berthoud would prove the exception to that rule.
David Kirby of the America’s Future FoundationBlue Gin,AFF was hosting a partyConservative Political Action ConferenceWednesday’s premiere of “The Call of the Entrepreneur.”Mr. Berthoud’s Facebook pageDrew Johnson
Thank you for giving me a chance to do what I love. Without you, there would be no Tennessee Center for Policy Research.
Ken Shepherd
I’m shocked and saddened. John’s family and friends and the NTU folks are in my prayers. May he rest in peace.
Nathan Tabor
I’m stunned. Life is short. John was an amazing man. He will be missed. God Bless him, his family and NTU.
Facebook group called “God Bless You, John Berthoud”— RSM