Legislature Bids Farewell to Long-Time Colleague Burmaster

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Niagara County Legislature’s Vice-Chairman, Clyde L. Burmaster, who has passed money.


It is with great sadness that the Niagara County Legislature announces the passing of Vice-Chairman Clyde L. Burmaster, First District Niagara County Legislator, after a lengthy illness.

Vice-Chairman Burmaster, R-Ransomville, was a highly valued and respected member of the Niagara County Legislature since 1994 and will be sorely missed.  Throughout his 25-year tenure, Legislator Burmaster served 18 years as vice-chairman, serving as chairman for three.

He chaired the public works committee for seven years and was a tireless advocate for the environment and those he represented.  In 1999, Burmaster was appointed as a member of the Niagara Tobacco Asset Securitization Corporation (NTASC) and served as President of the Board of Directors.

In addition to his work as a public official, Burmaster held the rank of E-5 Sergeant in the U.S. Army 4thDivision, 22ndInfantry, 2ndBattalion, and Headquarters Company during the Vietnam era.  He was also a member of the Ransomville Volunteer Fire Co.

Chairman of the Niagara County Legislature Keith McNall, expressed sympathy and praise for his long-time colleague and friend.

“Clyde was a highly respected county legislator who was measured by his use of common sense and fair play, and always put the interests of the people he represented first,” said McNall.  “My colleagues and I offer our deepest condolences to Clyde’s family and friends.”


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