Angus C Snyder
road is not as widespread as that of the Pennsylvania. It Is expected by the members of the committee that there will be In attendance attendance over four hundred employes of both roads. Among the prominent men who will be present, David J. Smith, of Cherry street, Dunmore, stands out conspicuous! conspicuous! He Is the oldest living employe of the gravity road In point of service, having served for forty - four years of the forty - nine of the road's existence. He held the positions of foreman of the office gang and superintendent of the water department. He is now 82 years of age and is still well and hearty. He has resided In Dunmore for fifty years and has raised a family of railroad men, having three sons and on son - in - law engaged in railroading. Among the others, who will attend, are Car Dispatcher Charles P. Savage, now of the county controller's office; Coal Dispatcher James Healey, foreman of the carpenter gang, George Simpson. Among the first engine runners on the road now living are Peter Siegel, Edward Edward Secor, William Correll, O. F. Correll, James Masters, of Dunmore; and Alderman James English, of Pitts - ton. A. C. Snyder, also of Dunmore, - was one of the pioneers, having served as a runner.. He gave up the gravity work in 1864, and since then has been employed employed as engineer on the Erie and the Lackawanna. His Is one of the leading spirits In the reunion.