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Businessman Scotty Moylan dies at 94

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The island is mourning the loss of a small business pioneer today.  Francis "Scotty" Moylan was a boxer and police reservist.  His grandson, Doug Moylan, says most would remember him as the man who brought Volkswagons to the island in the 1960s.

Many say his story involves going from poverty to living the American dream.  Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo as well as Governor Felix Camacho and Lieutenant Governor Mike Cruz expressed their condolences to the family and friends for the loss of one of the island's successful entrepreneurs.

Moylan was also father to former lieutenant governor Kurt Moylan and grandfather of former lieutenant governor Kaleo Moylan.

Scotty Moylan was 94 years old.

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