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George W. Scott, Jr.

He was born in Bainbridge, OH. He later died on 3-4-1995.
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George W. Scott was a former professional football player, accountant and restaurateur. He was a native of Bainbridge, Ohio and 1959 graduate of Miami University in Ohio. He went on to play halfback for the New York Giants of the National Football League and cornerback for the Hamilton Tiger Cats of the Canadian Football League. He was a teammate of such legends as Roosevelt Grier and Frank Gifford. He was also an avid softball player and was inducted into the Buffalo Softball Hall of Fame in 1978.

He was an accountant for Marine Midland Bank. In 1983 he opened the Kensington Place Restaurant with his wife, Lillian and mother-in-law, Ella Hill. George Scott was 58 years of age at the time of his death on March 4, 1995. He is buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Buffalo, NY.