Chamberlain Construction was founded by Gary Chamberlain Camp in January, 1977. The company was established as a corporation in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and became a State Class A Registered Contractor in April, 1977. The company moved to its present
Daniel M. Dellinger, Senior Project ManagerDan joined Chamberlain Construction in 2005 and has fit this management team perfectly.
With over thirty year's construction experience and twenty-six years of owning his own business, Dan's background includes the St. Paul Chung Parish addition, Lee High Auto Body, Lombardi Cancer Center, Georgetown University Renovations, Century One Office Building and Fairfax Office Park.
Dan served in office as the 2013 National Commander for the American Legion.
Town Council Appoints New Member - News - Vienna/Oakton Connection - Connection Newspapers
Dan Dellinger is sworn in as a Town Council member. When Dan Dellinger ran for a seat on the Vienna Town Council in 2003, Sydney Verinder beat him by 32 votes.
With Verinder's resignation from the council last week, Dellinger has been appointed to the seat he nearly won three and a half years ago.
Dellinger has served on the board of directors for Historic Vienna Inc. for three years and is leaving his seat on the Board of Architectural Review after four months, to take his place on the council. HE ALSO IS INVOLVED in the American Legion.He served as the legion's Virginia state commander from 1999 to 2000 and has held the position of judge advocate at Vienna's Post 180 for the last 14 years.Between 2001 and '03, he was the legion's national membership of post activities chairman, and he was the Post 180 commander for two years in the mid-1980s.He is currently a member of the legion's National Legislative Council, which lobbies Congress for veterans' rights and benefits.Dellinger is slated to run for national commander of the American Legion, although he said that will not happen until at least 2010. He is also a member of the Loyal Order of Kentucky Colonels and 40/8, both honorary American Legion organizations, as well as the legion's Past Commanders' Club.He was the legion's Northern Virginia baseball commissioner for six years. His wife, Margaret, is treasurer for Post 180's auxiliary. Other organizations with which Dellinger is currently involved include Vienna's Masonic Lodge 307 and Moose Lodge 1896, the AARP, the Northern Virginia Athletic Directors' Association, and the Army Navy Air Force Veterans of Canada, U.S. Chapter (ANAVCUS). He was active in the U.S. Army for just under two years and was in the Army reserve for about six years.He left the service with the rank of captain.He still volunteers at veterans' hospitals in Washington, D.C. and Martinsburg, W.V. In what free time he has, Dellinger said he enjoys boating, fishing and photography. He has worked in construction all of his life."It's how I paid my way through college," he said.He is currently a project manager for the Falls Church-based Chamberlain Construction Corporation.
Dellinger finished the race 50 votes ahead of Layer.
Dellinger, who will turn 57 next month, was born in Washington state but grew up in Vienna, where he has lived most of his life.His son, Scott, 33, lives in South Riding, and his daughter, Anne, is a senior at James Madison High School. He said he is an advocate for "smart growth" and added that he wants to make sure the commercial and residential properties in town share the real estate tax burden evenly.He also expressed concern for controlling commuter traffic."I'm a big proponent of finding alternate means of travel," said Dellinger, adding that he would like to see a shuttle running between the Vienna Metro station and Tysons Corner. He said his time on the Architectural Board of Review gave him a greater appreciation for the town's appearance, which he would like to maintain. "When I was a child here, Vienna was a good place to live and a good place to grow up, and I just want it to stay that way," he said. Next spring, Dellinger will be up for re-election if he decides to run, which he said he "quite possibly" will.
The American Legion Family | American Legion Auxiliary
Dan Dellinger, National Commander - The American LegionDan Dellinger of Vienna, Va., was elected national commander of the 2.4 million-member American Legion on Aug. 29, 2013, in Houston during the 95th National Convention of the nation's largest veterans organization.He became an Army Infantry officer after graduating with a degree in criminology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.He served at Fort Benning, Ga., during the Vietnam War and entered the U.S. Army Reserve in 1972, separating from the service in 1984 at the rank of captain.
Commander Dellinger is a member of Dyer-Gunnell American Legion Post 180 in Vienna.
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