|Birth: ||Jul. 17, 1929|
|Death: ||Oct. 13, 1951, North Korea|
Korean War Claims Son
Portland Youth Overseas 2 months
Pfc. Douglas Rossiter Boyle, 21, 8837 S.E. Washington street, was killed in Korea October 13, his family reported Monday. Boyle had been in Korea two-months.
News of his death reached relatives the same day another brother , Gunner's Mate, 1C Donald D. Boyle Jr. 25., Naval reservist was released from active duty after serving in the Pacific. Pfc.Boyle was the son of Commissary Man General 1C, Donald Dale Boyle Sr. a career Navy man stationed at San Diego, and Mrs Boyle of Portland.
Douglas attended Marysville elementary and Benson high school.
Survivors, in addition to his brother and parents, are three sisters, Gloria Boyle, and Mrs. H. Weinstein, Portland, and Mrs. Robert James Taft, and two grandparents. C.F. Rossiter and Mrs. W.H. Boyle, both of Portland.
Portland Oregonian ( November 06, 1951 )
Transcibed by JMB
Donald Dale Boyle (1902 - 1964)
Gladyce Boyle (1902 - 1987)
PVT, US ARMY
Willamette National Cemetery
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