Alfred C. Scuderi, 69, a Prince George's County banker, developer, and attorney who was active in civic affairs, died of cancer Saturday at Mount Vernon Hospital.
He was named president and board chairman of Peoples National Bank of Prince George's County when that institution was formed in 1963, and remained active in it until his death. Mr. Scuderi also had been an officer in the First Investment Trust of Prince George's County, a director of the Faris Finance Company, and owner of the Washington National Cemetery. t
In June 1963 he was named to the Maryland State Planning Commission by the then Gov. J. Millard Tawes. Later that year, Mr. Scuderi was elected to the board of trustees of the Greater Southeast Community Hospital.
Mr. scuderi was a past director of the Prince George's Chamber of Commerce and had been a cochairman of that organization's state roads committee. He also had been a vice chairman of the Prince George's County United Givers Fund.
He was named chairman of the Board of Review of the Maryland Department of Economic and Community Development in 1971.
Mr. Scuderi was born in New York City. He was a graduate of Catholic University and earned a law degree at Fordham University. since coming to Prince George's County he had been involved in commercial building and development.
He is survived by his wife, Helen, and three sons, Dean, Marcel and Afred, all of the home in Camp Springs; a daughter, Rosalind Keyland, of Marlow Heights; a brother, Frank, of Camp Springs, and a sister, Gilda Biagini, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
The family suggests that expressions of sympathy be in the form of contributions to the American Cancer Society.