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Alan Scott Rainey


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Rainey, Alan Scott,

Alan Scott Rainey passed away peacefully on August 15, 2017 in Asheville, NC. He was born December 17, 1941 in Reading, PA to William and Lucia O. Rainey. He attended Cranford High School (NJ) and graduated from University of Louisville in 1965 with a degree in marketing.

Scott was a lifelong Realtor, builder and developer. He was owner of Rainey, Jones and Associates, partner with Brownsboro Group Developers, an owner of Beasley Mortgage Company and a partner with Rainey, Jones and Burke Insurance. He was also a partner of Steier Rainey Home Builders, Inc. He was a past member of the Louisville Board of Realtors, Kentucky Association of Realtors and the Louisville Home Builders Association. Scott was a member of the Louisville Boat Club, The Jefferson Club, The Field Club (Sarasota) and past president of Wildcat Cliffs Country Club (Highlands, NC).

Scott was a lover of golf and Louisville athletics. He cherished spending time with Sandy, their many friends, family, and especially his grandchildren, at their homes in Siesta Key, FL and Highlands, NC.

Survivors include his wife Sandy Rollings, daughter Susan Rainey-Maguire (Sean), son

Christopher (Jodi), sisters Tina Rainey Brooks and Lisa Rainey, stepchildren Michael Merrell and Dina Merrell (Tim), as well as his grandchildren Meagan, Lily, Harrison and Olivia. He was preceded in death by former wife Sandra Shaw Rainey, his parents Lucia and William and brother Howard Rainey.

Private services will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to the Field Club Foundation, 1400 Field Road, Sarasota , FL, 34231.

Toale Brothers Colonial Chapel in Sarasota, FL, is in charge of the arrangements.
Published in The Courier-Journal on Aug. 20, 2017
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