Eugene K. Snyder, 62, a government attorney who had been a professor and dean at Georgetown University, died Friday at his home in Alexandria after a heart attack.
Mr. Snyder came to this area and joined the faculty at Georgetown University's School of Business Administration in 1966. He was the school's dean from 1969-72.
Between 1973 and 1976, he worked for the Securities Investor Protection Corp. where he was assistant vice president for finance. Since Februrary 1977, he had been an attorney with the trading and markets division of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
Mr. Snyder was a native of Michigan, and served as a tank commander in Europe during World War II. He was a graduate of Wayne State University and the University of Michigan's law school. Before coming to this area in 1966, he had been general counsel, controller and director of the Ohio Steel Foundry Co.
Survivors include his wife, Anna M., of Alexandria; three sons, E. Kenneth, of Seattle, Robert J., of Granite City, Ill., and John V., of Alexandria; two daughters, Mary A. of Arlington, and Rose Wilkins, of Clarksville, Va., and one grandchild.
The family suggests that expressions of sympathy be in the form of contributions to the St. Catherine Catholic Church in Clarksville, Va.