Madaline Lavezzo Boyle

Patent Stenographer

Madaline Lavezzo Boyle, 91, a patent stenographer who retired in 1976 after nearly 30 years with a private firm located at the Commerce Department, died Nov. 22 at the Jeanne Jugan Residence of the Little Sisters of the Poor in Washington. She had coronary artery disease.

Mrs. Boyle was a lifelong District resident who as a young woman attended Washington Business High School. After starting her career at the Smithsonian Institution, she spent about 10 years doing secretarial work at the headquarters of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

In retirement, she volunteered as a reading tutor at Our Lady of Lourdes elementary school in Bethesda and knitted caps and booties for Children's Hospital.

Her interests included tennis, bowling, cooking and crossword puzzles.

Her husband, John F. Boyle, died in 1988.

Survivors include two daughters, Diane Boyle Fogash of Bethesda and Bonnie Boyle Cote of Laytonsville; a sister, Angela Lavezzo of Washington; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

Daniel Lee Garrison

Security Administrator

Daniel Lee Garrison, 67, a retired administrator of security for Lockheed Martin Corp.'s Crystal City offices, died of complications from cancer Nov. 26 at Inova Alexandria Hospital. He was a resident of Falls Church.

Mr. Garrison worked in electronics and security for a series of companies that merged into Martin Marietta Corp. and then Lockheed Martin. He retired in 2001.

A native of Lowsville, W.Va., he attended Southeastern University in Washington and served in the Army from 1958 to 1960 in Germany and at Fort Belvoir.

An avid hunter and fisherman, he was a member and instructor at the Fairfax Rod & Gun Club, the Long Shot Goose Club of Cambridge, Md. and a lifetime member of Ducks Unlimited. He was also a volunteer and past president of the Sunset Optimist Club in Falls Church.

Survivors include his wife of 43 years, Helen Allen Garrison of Falls Church; his mother, Helen Petrovich Garrison of Plantation, Fla.; and a sister.