Snyder seeking third term as commissioner
LOCK HAVEN — Clinton County Commissioner Jeff Snyder has announced he is seeking the Republican nomination for a third term as commissioner in the May 21 primary.
Snyder serves as chairman of the Clinton/Lycoming County STEP Board, chairman of the SEDA-Cog Board, chairman of the Building and Grounds Committee, chairman of the Susque-View Home Board of Trustees, and first vice-president of the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania.
He also serves as a member of the Central Counties Youth Detention Center Board, the Clinton County Children and Youth Committee, the Clinton County Recreation Authority, the Victim Witness Board, the Clinton County Fire Chiefs Association, the Board of Assessment Appeals, the Advocates for a Drug Free Tomorrow, and the Safety Committee.
Snyder is a member of Saint Luke’s United Church of Christ in Flemington.
He is president of Lock Haven Kiwanis Club. He is also a member of Lock Haven Elks Lodge #182, Lock Haven Moose Lodge #100, La Fayette Lodge #0199, and is a life member of the Woolrich Volunteer Fire Company.
Snyder has been a resident of Clinton County since 1962. He graduated from Lock Haven High School in 1974 and Lock Haven University in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science Degree. He previously owned and operated the Chatham Run Feed Mill for 33 years and served on the Keystone Central School Board for 20 years.
Snyder resides in Woolrich with his wife Toni, who is a retired teacher with Keystone Central. They have two children and four grandchildren.