Bralyn Regis "Brad" Snyder, 79, of Fort Pierce, Fla., a Lancaster native, died Saturday (Sept. 25, 1999) in his home after a long illness.
An Army veteran of World War II, he served in the 69th Infantry Division and was awarded the Bronze Star for valor.
He worked for many years at the Chevrolet engine plant in the Town of Tonawanda, where he was a foreman in the pattern shop.
After moving to Florida 15 years ago, he served as president of the Lakewood Park Crime Watch for several years and was an officer of St. Lucie County Crime Watch. He also served as a volunteer at a sheriff's substation and was an honorary deputy.
He was a former member of the Tan Tara Golf Club.
His first wife, the former Anita DeWolfe, died in 1975. He was remarried to the former Verda Arner.
In addition to his wife, survivors include a son, Lee of Machias; a daughter, Cheryl Snyder-Matyjasik of Fort Pierce; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
There will be no funeral service.