I am pleased to endorse Scott Bokun for a position on the Lexington School Committee. I have known Scott since 2005, when we started working closely together on the Lexington Youth Summer Theatre where he was the coordinator. Four years ago, Scott sought the challenge of joining my law firm as an assistant. Even without having any legal experience, Scott learned his responsibilities remarkably quickly, exhibited strong attention to detail, and has been able to successfully complete tasks with little guidance.
Scott has dedicated himself to learning not only the legal profession, but also how to assist personal injury victims. Scott listens compassionately to and speaks with our clients, who are suffering physically, emotionally and financially. Scott listens carefully and works hard to help improve each client with his or her situation. He has also developed his administrative skills further and learned how to apply them to assist me in the daily operation of a busy law practice. Scott has made himself an integral part of the firm and I rely on him without hesitation.
I am confident that if elected to the Lexington School Committee, Scott will listen to opposing views, consider the options and implications and represent us well. Scott’s commitment to help our youth in the school system, together with his organizational and interpersonal skills, will make him a great asset to the Lexington School Committee and to our community. I wholeheartedly encourage all of us to support Scott’s election campaign.
— Scott D. Goldberg, Woodpark Circle
This Letter to the Editor appeared in the Jan. 10 print edition of the Lexington Minuteman.