George Park, 91, a retired cabinetmaker at the old Naval Gun Factory who was active in fraternal organizations, died of cancer Wednesday at the Presbyterian Home in Washington.

Mr. Park was born in Aberdeen, Scotland, came to the United States in 1913 and settled in the Washington area. He served in the Army in France during World War I.

After the war, he became a carpenter and worked for a number of contractors in the Washington area. In 1934, he went to work at the gun factory and remained there until his retirement in 1958.

Mr. Park, who maintained his own home in Washington until moving to the Presbyterian Home two years ago, was a member of the Northwood Presbyterian Church. He also was a member of the Order of the Scottish Clans and a former chief of that organization. He was a Mason and a member of Hope Lodge No. 20 and Takoma Chapter No. 12 of the Order of the Eastern Star.

His first wife, Jean Ritchie Park, died in 1962. His second wife, Jean Anderson Park, died in 1977.

Survivors include two daughters, Evelyn P. Bean of Silver Spring, and Anna M. Francis of Rutland, Vt., and seven grandchildren.