Scott McBrayer

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J. Scott McBrayer (born c. 1970 in Columbus, Mississippi) is a funeral director and current Mayor of Homewood.

McBrayer grew up in Columbus, Mississippi and graduated from New Hope High School in 1988. He accepted a football scholarship to Samford University and was elected president of the Samford University Student Government Association. He completed a bachelor's degree in business in 1992, and went on to earn a degree in mortuary science at Jefferson State Community College.

McBrayer began working for Ridout's Valley Chapel in Homewood in 1990 and is currently the managing director.

McBrayer was elected to the Homewood City Council in 2000. After two full terms he successfully challenged three-term incumbent Barry McCulley for Mayor in the 2008 municipal election, with 72 percent of the vote. He was unopposed in 2012 and easily overcame a challenge from Michael Hallman in 2016.

Preceded by:
Barry McCulley
Mayor of Homewood
Succeeded by: