Meyer Bronstein, 65, assistant director for loans policy at Veterans Administration headquarters here, died Wednesday at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore. He lived in Lutherville, Md.
With the VA since 1946, he had worked at the central office here since 1972.
Mr. Bronstein was born in New York. He was a graduate of Rutgers Universtiy, where he earned a law degree and a doctor of jurisprudence degree. Before World War II, he practiced law in New Jersey and was admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court.
During the war, Mr. Bronstein served with the Army in the China-Burma-India theater. He was a retired Army Reserve captain.
He joined the VA in Newark, N.J., after the war, working in the loan guaranty program and serving as the chief loan guaranty attorney from 1957 to 1967.
Mr. Bronstein then was transferred to the VA's Baltimore regional office as loan guaranty officer, holding that position until coming to the VA office in Washington.
He was on the board of governors of the Baltimore chapter of the Federal Bar Association and was a charter of the Federal Bar Association and was a charter member and past president of the Maryland chapter of the Association of Federal Appraisers. He also was a past governor on the national board of the AFA. He belonged to Toastmasters International.
He is survived by his wife, Pearl Weiss Bronstein, of the home; a daughter, Phyllis Kunier, of Denver. and a brother, Joseph G., of Boston.
The family suggests that expressions of sympathy may be in the form of contributions to the American Cancer Society.