Thanks, I'd appreciate it.
He was an atty for John Willys and at one point purchased the company, I believe it was with Canaday for some ridiculous sum of money. Later sold the company to Kaiser-Fraser and did very well on that sale from what I've been told.
He and his wife lived in the Willys mansion and my husband's grandparents took care of Mr. & Mrs. Ritter up until their deaths. Ritters desire was to have the house used as a public gathering place per his will but I don't think that desire ever materialized and the house may well be gone now.
Ritters left many things to my husband's grandparents, some of which we now possess, including the purchase of my 'George'. I'm a bit facinated by George and Mary Ritter. The man left provisions for his dog in his will, sure sign of 'good people'.