A memorial service for Clayton A. Schwender, a retired tool and die maker, was conducted today in Seminole, Fla.
Schwender, 81, died Tuesday (Dec. 18, 1990) in University General Hospital, Seminole, following a heart attack.
A Buffalo native and former resident of the Town of Tonawanda, Schwender moved to Florida in 1980. He had worked for the former McKaig and Hatch Co. of Buffalo and was a member of the United Church of Christ.
Schwender was a member of Concordia Lodge 143, F & AM, and the Buffalo Consistory while living in the Buffalo area. In Florida, he was a member of the Egypt Shrine Temple of Tampa, Seminole High 12 Club 402 of Madera Beach and Holiday Isles Shrine Club of Seminole.
Survivors include his wife, Evelyn A.; three sons, James C. of East Rochester, Charles F. of Califon, N.J., and Donald R. Getzin of High Park, N.J., and three grandchildren.