Scott Menke Death: Scott Menke, a long-lasting neighborliness chief and an individual from the notorious Bennett resort group of Las Vegas, has passed on. He was 55. Diana Bennett, who helped to establish Paragon Gaming with Menke, affirmed his passing Monday. The two worked intently for quite a long time.
“It is with colossal pity that we declare the unexpected passing of George Scott Menke, my cousin and a dearest individual from our family, prime supporter of Paragon Gaming, altruist and a visionary designer who served the Las Vegas people group for over 30 years,” Bennett, little girl of the late hotel financier William Bennett, said in an announcement. “This is a difficult, incomprehensible misfortune, and our family consciously requests security as of now.”
The Clark County coroner’s office said Tuesday morning that the reason and way of Menke’s passing are as yet forthcoming.
Menke and Bennett made Paragon Gaming in 2000. Throughout the long term, the organization would work club at the Riviera, Westgate and Hooters Hotel. Paragon likewise worked Hard Rock Hotel in Lake Tahoe, Edgewater in Vancouver, British Columbia, and in 2017 created Parq Vancouver and worked that property through February 2019.
Vegas restaurateur Elizabeth Blau was a join forces with Menke in the Parq resort, among a few different ventures.
“He was actually an exceptional person, a visionary working in a city loaded with phenomenally capable individuals,” Blau said Tuesday. “He and Diana were more similar to a family than a business. He generally addressed the call for a noble cause. This truly blows my mind.”