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George Gainey

George was “Uncle” Frank Scott middays at Tampa Bay’s oldies station WCWR in 1969 and 1970, and went on to work with WLCY and Z16 WILZ (as Jack Armstrong), and Cypress Gardens’ WGTO (as J.C. McCay).

When he left on-air work, he became a southeastern regional sales rep for Pepper-Tanner in Memphis. After coming off the road, he eventually settled again in Tampa where he took his own life in an apparent suicide in 1981.

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