Scott Racine

Profile Updated: June 30, 2018
Residing In encino, CA USA
Spouse/Partner Wendy Racine
Children/grandchildren 2 children Michael and Jana. 1 grandchild Alex
Do you have a website or a blog? No
Occupation/prior occupation Tax Attorney/Law School Professor (retired)
Yes! Attending Reunion
Are you interested in having a 50 year reunion of the class of 1968?

Yes

How old do you feel?

Depends on the day

What are some of your favorite memories of high school? What is your least favorite?

Going to basketball games
Swimming Naked. Using the bathroom with no doors on the
stalls and 10 guys standing around smoking cigarettes.

If you could go back in time and give some advice to your 14 year old high school freshman self, what would you tell yourself? Optional: Leave blank to not include in your profile

It gets better

What do you like to do in your spare time?

Exercise. Volunteer at non profit legal clinic
Attend adult education classes at UCLA. Political activities lately

What would we be surprised to know about you?

I first met Barrack Obama at a private breakfast with just 3
other people in LA in 2003. Few people in LA, including myself,had ever heard of him. When I realized he was the state senator from our neighborhood l told him I was a graduate of Bowen High School. He broke out in a big smile and thereafter whenever I attended an event for him in LA he would stop and introduce me as his constituent

Travel much?

Been to about 50 countries. Many of them with Barry Allswang Furthest spot is the Cape of Good Hope.Favorite city is London

What did you always want to do that you haven't done yet?

Jump out of an airplane

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Scott Racine has left an In Memory comment for Larry Wishnoff.
Jan 17, 2016 at 4:33 PM

Jane. Hope your well. I'm not sure when or how Larry passed away. He did not die by falling from a building at SIU in 1968 or 1969. I saw Larry a number of time in Chicago in 1974 or 1975