Richard M. BoykinMaster chief petty officerRichard M...

October 07, 1994

Richard M. Boykin

Master chief petty officer

Richard M. Boykin, a retired Navy master chief petty officer, died Tuesday of cancer at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda.

Mr. Boykin was 49 and lived in Severn.

He retired in 1985 as a communications technician after 22 years of service. He then worked for Autometric Inc. in Linthicum for about four years.

Born in the District of Columbia, he was a 1963 graduate of Bladensburg High School.

He was a member of the Fleet Reserve Club, the Glen Burnie Chapter of the Disabled American Veterans, the Fort Meade Rod and Gun Club and cryptological and other professional organizations.

He was an amateur radio operator and his call letters were N3GGP.

Services were set for 10 a.m. today at the post chapel at Fort Meade.

He is survived by his wife, the former Sandra Mayo; a daughter, Audra Juliano of Virginia Beach, Va.; a son, Michael Boykin of Hanover; his mother, Aldona Smart of Edgewater; a sister, Donell Bladen of Bowie; and two half-brothers, Kim and Scott Boykin, both of Charleston, S.C.

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