Another banker pushing up daisies

Tod Robert Edwards Obituary

PennLive – by John Luciew

A 51-year-old Camp Hill man, described as a summer resident of the upstate island region of New York, has been identified as the victim of a weekend DUI accident that took his life, according to New York media reports.

Stations 7News and Fox28 are reporting that Tod Edwards of Camp Hill, was operating a utility task vehicle (UTV) on Grindstone Island over the weekend when it was struck by a pickup truck driven by Shannon McEwen, 38, of Kingston, Ontario.  

McEwen was charged with second degree vehicular manslaughter and driving while intoxicated. She was taken to jail on $250,000 bail, the stations reported.

Jefferson County authorities described Edwards as a summer resident of the town of Clayton Island.

Grindstone Island is the fourth largest of the Thousand Islands in the St. Lawrence River and the second largest American island, according to a website entry. The island lies near Lake Ontario.

His Obituary

Tod Robert Edwards, 51, of Camp Hill, PA, died on August 31st, 2014, on Grindstone Island, Clayton, NY, from injuries sustained in an accident.

He was the Group Vice President for M&T Bank, Lancaster and Harrisburg Offices; a 1984 graduate of West Virginia University and a 1980 graduate of Cedar Cliff High School, Camp Hill; served as president of the Mortgage Banker’s Assn; a member of Harrisburg Lodge #629, F. & A.M. and the Harrisburg Consistory; the West Virginia Alumni Assn., Central PA Chapter; the Cumberland Valley Chapter of The Ruffed Grouse Society; the Colon-Couch American Legion

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3 thoughts on “Another banker pushing up daisies

  1. investigate her background, the police, other officials and an all to familiar pattern emerges. they’re not just taking bankers out.

  2. It seems convenient for the banking industry that this guy had a tragic end in a remote location. (as opposed to the usual “suicide” theme) I’d imagine there wouldn’t be a lot of ‘witnesses’. Maybe the man actually got on an airplane to another place¿

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