The name George Kenny is a pseudonym for Kenneth G. Whitcomb, a Michigan-born composer, conductor, educator, and saxophonist. With Barbara Buelman, he wrote a band method called Sessions in Sound. His only notable composition is Coat of Arms from 1957. It uses traditional march form and style, with part writing that makes every part interesting to play without making excessive technical demands. Here is a recording that hits every detail:
There is very little additional information available about this piece. The latest full score edition is available from Alfred Music.