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Frederick George Boynton

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Frederick George Boynton died on November 9,2018. He was born in Yokohama Japan while his father was in the Army. Fred graduated from The Citadel in 1970 and from Tulane University Law School in 1973. He then served in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps. He became a partner with Smith Gambrell and Russell and then later with Morris Hardwick Schneider. Later, he was a solo practitioner before his retirement. He was a longtime member of Mt. Vernon Baptist Church and was active in the church where he taught 4th grade Sunday school for many years. He is survived by his there daughters, Emily Margaret Boynton of New York City, Charlotte Clayton Boynton of Atlanta and Susan Jeanne Boynton of Atlanta and his sister Jeanne Boynton.

A memorial service will be held at Mt. Vernon Baptist Church , 850 Mt. Vernon Highway NW Atlanta GA 30327 on Thursday November 15, 2018 at 10:30 am with visitation to be held at 9:45 am. Burial will follow at Georgia National Cemetery 1080 Scott Hudgens Drive Canton, GA 30114. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Mt. Vernon Baptist Church.  Condolences can be left for the family at www. GeorgiaFuneralCare.com.

Mr. Boynton will be buried at Georgia National Cemetery Friday, November 16, 2018, 11:00 AM.  

7 Comments To "Frederick George Boynton"

Harold Burton On Oct 04 2021 at 9pm
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Kay Banks On Dec 15 2018 at 12pm
Please accept my condolences for the loss of Mr. Boynton. May the God of all comfort help you to bear the burden of your grief at this difficult time. (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4; Psalm 55:22) Warm Regards, Kay Reply to this comment
Gregory G. Dess On Nov 20 2018 at 10pm
I am saddened to hear of Fred's passing. I was a fellow student of his in high school in Seoul, Korea. He was a fine person of high moral character who was liked by all. My thoughts are with his family during this sad time--while you celebrate a life well lived. Reply to this comment
Pep McPhillips On Nov 15 2018 at 2pm
Family. I am saddened to hear of Fred's passing. He and I were classmates and Political Science majors together. Our prayers are with you. May the Dear Lord hold you in His hands and comfort you...Pep McPhillips- "I" Company Reply to this comment
Toni On Nov 14 2018 at 8pm
To the daughters of Mr. Boynton. I'm so sorry for the loss of your Dad. I understand how hard it is to deal with the loss of a parent. The scriptures become even clearer. Also the comfort from God is more welcomed. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4 and Revelations 21:3,4 helps a lot. I'm praying for you all. So sorry. Reply to this comment
Jane Swift Borucki On Nov 14 2018 at 8pm
Farewell, my faithful, lifelong friend! Reply to this comment
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