Scott Young



Age: 87


Summary: Canadian acclaimed journalist and author and father of Canadian rock star Neil Young who was sports columnist for The Globe and Mail and covered Grey Cups, World Series, Stanley Cups, the Olympics and appeared on Hockey Night in Canada for the next quarter-century, who wrote Neil and Me (1984) about his relationship with his famous son, who enjoyed wide success as a novelist, short-story writer and popular historian, and published about 40 books, most of them sports history and biography, who wrote novels and non-fiction work, including The Flood, Murder in a Cold Climate and The Shaman's Knife.



Cause of Death: Complications from Alzheimer's disease


Born: April 14, 1918


Died: June 12, 2005


Location: Kingston, Ontario, Canada