George E. McKean, 58, a retired senior logistician with the National Security Agency, died Wednesday at Fairfax Hospital after a heart attack.
Mr. McKean was a native of Braintree, Mass., and came to Washington after serving with the Army in Europe during World War II.
He worked for the Army Security Agency prior to joining the National Security Agency in the mid-1950. He retired from the NSA in 1973.
Mr. McKean had lived in Arlington before moving to McLean in 1950. He helped in the formation of the Little League baseball in the McLean area and coached teams during the 1950s.
He was a member of the Lewinsville Presbyterian Church in McLean.
Mr. McKean was a member of the board of directors of the River Bend Country Club, where he was president of the retired members club. He also was a member of the Optimists Club.
Since retiring from the government, he had been an adviser on county tax and budget matters to several members of the Fairfax Board of Supervisors.
Survivors include his wife, Gail, of McLean; a son, the Rev. George E.
Jr., of Birmingham, Ala.; a daughter, Robin M. Batten of Newark, Ohio; a sister, C. Elizabeth Hands of North Easton, Mass., and four grandchildren.