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This one is a little odd. My friend Greg Scott did the soundtrack for my short film penisknifevaginawound which played at the Chicago Underground Film Festival in 1997. Greg and I rented a car and drove to Pittsburgh for 8 hours to catch the hour-long Whitehouse show and say hi to people in ’95.

Do people really just go just like that? Just *poof* and they’re gone? I don’t think he did drugs.

Weird. I just found out 10 minutes ago or else I’d figure out how to get to the service tomorrow. It’s in 8 hours. Bummin. I’ll have to call his mom.



Medical technician

September 11, 2003

Native Staten Islander Gregory Scott, 37, of West Brighton, a medical technician and collector of rare books, died Tuesday at home. An autopsy is being performed to determine the cause of death, and the results are pending.

Born in Tompkinsville, Mr. Scott lived in Stapleton, Grant 2003 City, New Dorp and Castleton Corners before moving to Tampa, Fla., as a teenager. He relocated to the Cayman Islands in 1985, to the Park Hill section of Clifton in 1987 and to West Brighton five years ago.

Mr. Scott worked for more than 12 years as a medical technician at St. Vincent’s Hospital, West Brighton.

A graduate of Susan Wagner High School, he earned an associate’s degree in liberal arts from the College of Staten Island.

An Eagle Scout, Mr. Scott received his silver pin.

He enjoyed collecting rare books and records as well as jogging.

He was very loved and we will all miss him, said his cousin, Catherine Carr.

Surviving is his mother, Emma Scott.

The funeral service will be Monday at 10:15 a.m. in the Matthew Funeral Home, Willowbrook. Cremation will be handled by Rosehill Crematory, Linden, N.J.