Ryon A. Page, a former analyst in the Information Systems Security Organization at NSA, died April 16, 1993 of brain cancer. He was 79.
Originally from Campobello, SC, Mr. Page graduated from Wofford College and was a teacher and principal in Chula, GA. During World War II, he served in the US Army in North Africa and was awarded the Purple Heart. He retired from NSA in 1974 with 33 years of federal service. He enjoyed gardening and was a former president of the Azalea Society of America.
Mr. Page was survived by his wife, a son, two daughters, and three grandchildren.