Ed Snider, the late former chairman of Comcast-Spectacor who founded the Philadelphia Flyers in 1966, is being publicly remembered Thursday when a portion of 11th St. between Pattison Ave. and Terminal Ave. will be officially renamed “Ed Snider Way” in his honor, CSN Philly reports. Snider’s family will join city and Comcast-Spectacor officials for the dedication outside the South Philly Sports Complex. Snider passed away last year at age 83.
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