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George J. Andreadakis, meat firm owner

George J. Andreadakis, a retired founder of a wholesale beef firm who also owned a Towson restaurant, died of heart disease Monday at his Pikesville home. He was 91.

Born in Bethlehem, Pa., he was the son of John Andreadakis and his wife, Agnes. They family moved to Baltimore and lived near Patterson Park. He attended Baltimore public schools.

Mr. Andreadakis owned and operated George's National Beef and Provisions, a firm located on South Conkling Street. He also owned the Gambrinus restaurant on Washington Avenue in Towson many years ago.

Gov. Marvin Mandel named Mr. Andreadakis to the chairmanship of the Maryland State Board of Motion Picture Censors in 1973.

He played the trumpet and drums at the Towson Odd Fellows Lodge.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Chapel of the Holy Resurrection, 5917 Windsor Mill Road.

Survivors include his wife of 14 years, the former Jane Frenkil; three sons, John Andreadakis of Alexandria, Va., Alexander Andreadakis of Greenbelt and Brandon Andreadakis of Chicago; two daughters, Alexis Malle of Pasadena and Georgia Andreadakis of Timonium; a grandson; and a great-granddaughter. A previous marriage ended in divorce.

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