TOMBOLO, 27 NOV – A whole country, Tombolo, and the elite of Italian finance met together for the last farewell to Ennio Doris, the visionary and good banker – countless testimonies of his generosity – who died Wednesday night at the age of 81 years old. Almost 5,000 people at his funeral, many remained in the area around the church, to follow the ceremony from the maxi-screens, because the parish of Sant’Andrea was too small, and could only accommodate family members and closest acquaintances. A notoriety also in the media that of the founder of Mediolanum, of which everyone knew the face and the good-natured expression, through the commercials of the bank on TV. But on the day of the funeral it was clear that the banker Doris, Milanese by adoption, a friend of Silvio Berlusconi, at the head of an empire that has 3,200 employees, had always remained an inhabitant of Tombolo, a town of 8,000 souls in the upper Padua area. , where he started from starting from scratch. Present in the church the wife Lina, the children Massimo and Sara, the many grandchildren. But to pay homage to “his friend Ennio”, the big names in finance also arrived in the country of the upper Padua area. Silvio Berlusconi, with his partner Marta Fascina, and his daughter Marina, Marco Tronchetti Provera, Alessandro Benetton, Alberto Nagel and Francesco Saverio Vinci, from Mediobanca, Matteo Marzotto. Among those present was also the governor Luca Zaia. (HANDLE).