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// Jan/12/2016

Happy Trails, Scott Carter

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Many of you may not know Scott Carter.   His face was one among the hundreds of faculty faces that appear in the hallways of Pasadena City College, but to his students, Scott was more than a teacher…he was a father, a mentor and a dear friend. Scott Carter taught radio production and announcing courses at Pasadena City College for over 20 years, and brought with him nearly 20 years of live radio broadcast experience, and loads of passion!

Scott Carter died peacefully in his sleep on New Year’s Eve.  He was 74 years young, and survived by his son, author, Matt Carter.

Scott’s humor, his warmth and his kindness will not be forgotten by all those fortunate enough to work with him and to know him.

From all of us here at Lancer Radio Network, thank you, Scott, for your passion, your generosity of spirit and your joie de vivre.  You are loved and will be missed more than you know!

Sarah Barker
Faculty Advisor/Station Manager
Lancer Radio Network