|Birth: ||Mar. 13, 1930|
|Death: ||Oct. 23, 1999|
OBIT: Lt. Col. Douglas Craig Binney, USMC (Ret.), '53, a former Marine and program manager at Vitro Corp. in Arlington County, died Oct. 23 at Inova Mount Vernon Hospital. He was 69 The Washington Post 10-30-99 (C11-1) Copyright 1999 The Washington Post The Washington Post October 30, 1999, Saturday, Final Edition *This has been edited to contain USNA News ONLY SECTION: METRO; Pg. B07 LENGTH: 1164 words HEADLINE: Obituaries BODY: Douglas Craig Binney Marine Lt. Col., Program Manager Douglas Craig Binney, 69, a former Marine lieutenant colonel and program manager at Vitro Corp. in Arlington County, died Oct. 23 at Inova Mount Vernon Hospital. He lived in Alexandria. Col. Binney was in the Marines from 1953 to 1977. During his last four years of service, he was head of the requirements and acquisitions section of the logistics management branch at Marine Headquarters in Alexandria. He then worked at Vitro until his retirement in 1995. Col. Binney was born in Pensacola, Fla., and graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1953. He received a master's degree in Spanish from Middlebury College in 1961. He was a member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Alexandria, the Naval Academy Alumni Association and the Annapolis Naval Sailing Association. Col. Binney, who served in the Vietnam War, received the Bronze Star with Combat "V." Among his avocations were sailing and hiking. Survivors include his wife of 44 years, Margaret S. Binney, of Alexandria; two sons, Blair A., of Charlottesville, and Navy Cmdr. Bruce C., of San Diego; a daughter, Becky Binney Piran of Chapel Hill, N.C.; his mother, Jean S. Binney of Coral Gables, Fla.; a sister; and eight grandchildren.
Arthur F Binney (1905 - 1977)
Jean Shacklette Binney (1906 - 2007)
Margaret Simmons Binney (1931 - 2012)*
Douglas Craig Binney (1930 - 1999)
Barbara Claire Binney (1932 - 1933)*
LT COL, US MARINE CORPS
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