Charles Donald Floyd, 68, a retired State Department lawyer who was active in volunteer and church organizations, died July 10 at a hospital in Brownsville, N.Y., after a heart attack. A resident of Falls Church, he was visiting relatives when he was stricken.
Mr. Floyd was born in Boston and graduated from Boston College. He earned a law degree at Fordham University. During World War II, he served in the Army in Europe.
After the war, he worked for the U.S. Border Patrol and the Immigration and Naturalization Service. He joined the State Department in 1954 as a war relief investigator in Italy and was transferred to Washington two years later as an attorney-adviser in the passport office.
After retiring in 1972, he was a passport-visa specialist with American Express in Washington. He retired a second time in 1981.
Mr. Floyd was a lector at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Falls Church. He was a past president of the Northern Virginia Association for Retarded Citizens and had been active in the Fairfax Hospital Volunteer Service. He headed a Good Samaritan program for the homebound elderly and served as captain of a Jesuit League retirement home.
He was a member of the Catholic War Veterans and the American Legion and had managed a Little League baseball team.
Survivors include his wife, Marie Elizabeth, and a son, Thomas L., both of Falls Church, and three daughters, Patricia, of Norfolk, Marianne, of Fairfax, and Judith, of Vienna.