MANSFIELD --It was not your traditional memorial.

Filled with orange and brown, the memorial looked more likethe ClevelandBrowns Hall ofFame.

But inthis hall, it was more aboutthe memory of a devoted friend and fan --Scott Entsminger.

"He was a big, big Browns fan. We went to games together, almost every game, for the last 15 years," said his brother, Bill Entsminger.

Scott passed away from pancreatic cancer on July 4.

Before he died, he told his brother what he wanted in his obituary.

"He respectfully requests six Cleveland Browns pallbearers so the Browns can let him down one last time," the obit read.

"It was not meant as a jab to the Browns but a frustration of a longtime fan. He loves the Browns," said his brother.

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As soon as the message hit the newspaper, his wife Pat became overwhelmed with phone calls, knowing Scott would be chuckling from above.

"We had no idea that it would go viral like that and the outpouring and love and support of people has just been incredible," says his wife Pat Entsminger-Colombo.

Scott worked for General Motors for 32 years. He was an avid outdoorsman and a talented musician but the Browns always took first priority, no matter what day of the week it was.

"Scott's been trying for years to give them coaching lessons and they never took his advice but I guess they are now," said band mate Michael Rodgers.

Tuesday was Scott's memorial service for friends and family to gather for a final goodbye and the Browns were there too.

You see, Scott's all-time favorite player was Hall of Famer Lou Groza and the team presented a jersey of histo his wife and family.