|Death: ||Jan. 25, 2006|
Marshall Hamilton Bailey III of Orlean died Jan. 25 at home, Bluebird Hill Farm, following a lengthy battle with brain cancer. He was 61. He was born in Alexandria to the late Marshall Hamilton Bailey II and Mary Pearl Miller Bailey. Mr. Bailey graduated from American University with a bachelor's degree in business administration. He went on to graduate from George Washington University with master's degrees in business administration (1972) and public administration (1988). A Ph.D. in business administration followed at George Mason University (1993). At Harvard University, he was a Senior Executive Fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government. He also studied at the National Defense University's Industrial College of the United States, and participated in a special study program at the London School of Economics. Mr. Bailey served the Defense Logistics Agency of the Department of Defense for 35 years, retiring in 2002. During that time, he was promoted to the U. S. Government's Senior Executive Service. Among the top DLA positions Mr. Bailey held were Deputy Commander, Defense Energy Support Center (1996); Director of Document Automation and Production Service for the Department of Defense (1997); and Director of Defense Logistics Agency Support Services (2000). In 2002, he founded Breakthrough Strategies, a consulting firm in Warrenton. Clients included local governments, Ross Perot, the Airlie Foundation, and Synergy. Vice chairman of the Fauquier Library, he created an historical round table to serve the collection of special documents and research projects for the "Virginiana Room" at the Warrenton Library. He also served on the boards of the Fauquier Free Clinic, Piedmont Dispute Resolution and Mental Health Associates. He was also a member of the Warrenton Rotary Club. His first wife, Holly Krull Bailey, preceded him in death in 2003. Survivors include his wife, Jackie Curry Burke Bailey of Orlean, and two sons, David Bailey of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Marshall H. Bailey IV of Warrenton. Also surviving is his sister, Jan Quiggins, of Duck, N.C. Private interment was Feb. 3 at his Bluebird Hill Farm, Orlean. Memorial services were held Feb. 3 in Leeds Episcopal Church, Markham, with a reception afterward in the parish hall. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Leeds Episcopal Church, 4332 Leeds Manor Road, Markham VA 22643-1906; or Fauquier Free Clinic, Warrenton VA 20186.
Bluebird Hill Farm Family Cemetery
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Record added: Feb 13, 2006
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