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Lloyd Arthur GRANDEE
Obituary: TROY, April 3.---Lloyd A. Grandee, 10 Front St., Waterford, native of Clayton and an employe of the Bouchard Oil Transportation Company, collapsed and died Saturday night on the street in Brookhaven, L.I., where he was working.
Mr. Grandee had been in the marine transportation business 30 years, working as a stewart. He had lived in Waterford 35 years.
The funeral will be Wednesday at 8 a.m. at the Finn Funeral Home, Waterford, with Rev. Fred Rogers, pastor of the First Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Clayton.
He is survived by his wife, the former Ida T. Depew; one stepson, Guy Williams, Gainsville, Fla.; five sisters, Mrs. William Lynch, Ontario; Mrs. Floyd Spears, Syracuse; Mrs. George Paul, Miami, Fla.; Mrs. Nathaniel Shnarrs, Burgen Field,
N.J.; Mrs. George Fassett, Orlando, Fla.; and three brothers, Clarence Grandee, Clayton; Kenneth Grandee, Miami, Fla., and Irving Grandee, Binghamton.
He was born in Clayton, the son of the late Arthur and Anna Wiswell Grandee. He attended Clayton high school and was employed by the Moran Transportation company in New York City before entering the army on Sept. 4, 1943.
Mr. Grandee was a member of the United Marine Division, Local 333, National Maritime Union, AFL-CIO, and Colon-Couch Post, American Legion.