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One of the most respected and long-time citizens in Prince George died yesterday morning (Friday) following a battle with cancer.

Glenn “Moose” Scott, who left an impressive legacy in the city, was 75.

Scott was elected as a Prince George city councillor on two occasions (2002-05 and 05-08) with his second term ending in 2008.

He founded the Prince George Senior Lacrosse Association, dedicating many years to the sport on a local,  regional, provincial and national level.

Scott served as a B.C. Lacrosse Association executive for eight years.

He was nominated by the organization for a Sport BC Community Sport Hero Award and was presented with the award in 2011.

In 2014, “Moose”, was inducted into the Prince George Sports Hall of Fame.

One of his first jobs in Prince George was being Sports Director with CJCI 620 AM radio for eight years in the 1970s.

He would later work for Pitney Bowes, Investors Financial Group and in the sales department for P.G. This Week/Buy and Sell newspaper.

Battling health concerns, Scott retired in 2013.

He leaves behind his wife Patricia, three children; Tammy (Mike), Lisa (Albert) and Christopher (Annie) and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.