Talking Racine Goodbye Old Friend George Meyers

We at Talking Racine are truly saddened by the passing of our friend and contributor to Talking Racine, George Meyers. George faced life like he faced death, Fearless. The United States Constitution was a living document to George who believed in ‘Live Free or Die’. Things mattered to George. A well-organized mind, intentional and a true to life gentleman. His life reads like a great novel from one great adventure to the next.  George embraced life to the fullest. He made a difference because of the meaningful purpose with which he lived. He will truly be missed.


  1. He will be missed. A rare sense of humor and a keen intellect. Good bye George, may your loved ones and friends carry on your legacy.


  2. I met George when we both arrived, at the age of 5, at William Beye grade school in Oak Park, Illinois. We lived about 4 or 5 blocks apart and about 1 or 2 blocks from the school playground. It was a great place to grow up. We rode bikes, played baseball, tennis and collected coins at the bank. I am now 80 so you have a perspective. In recent times, George was a keen of observer of national & local politics and was also a commentator on Racine radio. We both were appalled at the events of the 2020 presidential election; George was trying hard at the time of his death to correct the anomalies of that scary event. I wish he had had a chance to finish his work. He was a good thinker. He was a good friend.


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