Robert Scholl asks Grimminger to take care of business
Since that time, we have met now and then. Scholl Senior helped me out a little at that time, so that I feel I owe him my gratitude. Scholl Senior has visited me several times in Stuttgart. We primarily talked business.
As far as I know Scholl Senior through our discussion of current events, he is not a National Socialist.
In the summer of 1942, Scholl Senior came to me and told me that he had been summoned to the Gestapo because he had been accused of insulting the Führer. Scholl Senior asked me to take over his [accounting] practice in Ulm should he be taken into custody.
Source: Initial interrogation of Eugen Grimminger, March 3, 1943