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.
WASHINGTON (Aug. 7, 2014) â€" American Legion National Commander Daniel M. Dellinger was at Fort Belvoir, Va., today where President Obama signed a $16.3 billion emergency spending measure that provides greater veteran access to non-VA health-care providers, among other reforms in the system.
American Legion National Commander Daniel M. Dellinger will lead the American Legion Legacy Run from The American Legion national headquarters in Indianapolis to the 96th annual American Legion National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. later this month.
Dellinger will be available throughout the for local media promotional events and to collect donations along the way.
WASHINGTON (July 29, 2014) - American Legion National CommanderDaniel M. Dellinger today thanked the Senate for acting quickly to confirm the nomination of former Procter & Gamble Chief Executive Officer Robert McDonald to become secretary of the embattled Department of Veterans Affairs. â€œThe time to act is now,â€ Dellinger said. â€œVeterans are waiting for the care they earned and deserve.â€
Dellinger said the incoming VA secretary must make patients his first priority and include them at the table as changes are planned and executed. â€œItâ€™s time to put the veteran back into the Department of Veterans Affairs,â€ Dellinger said. â€œNo more secret lists.
No more bonuses for poor performance or unreasonably long waiting times for appointments.
No more accuracy breakdowns in deciding benefits claims.
At his congressional testimony last September, Dellinger addressed The American Legionâ€™s concerns over VAâ€™s chronic cost-overruns and construction delays for new medical centers.
Commander Dale Cockrill of Carl Boyd Post 42 greets the American Legion National Commander Dan Dellinger on his arrival in Cartersville. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News
Commander Dale Cockrill of Carl Boyd Post 42 greets the American Legion National Commander Dan Dellinger on his arrival in Cartersville.
Bartow County and regional American Legionnaires had the honor Friday night of hosting National Commander Dan Dellinger at Carl Boyd Post 42.Dellinger selected Cartersville as one of the five stops he made in Georgia during his national tour.
"As national commander I try to get to as many - we call them departments - we possibly can.
The Department of Georgia is one of those and I hope to hit 48 this year, and 10 foreign countries.
I'll be on the road about 330 days this year," Dellinger said.
Elected to a one-year term August 2013, Dellinger said he is the chief executive officer and chief spokesman of the American Legion.
During his active duty service, he added, he was posted at Fort Benning and later moved into the Army Reserve.
The Cartersville post, he said, was an example of the legion's four pillars: patriotism, taking care of veterans, taking care of communities and a strong national defense.
"It's a very good example.
The programs they put on, the scholarships that they give, are exactly why we were founded," Dellinger said.
Among the legion's duties, Dellinger explained, is lobbying for both retired soldiers and those on active duty.
Every day, especially with the increase in suicides in the military lately, we have to make sure that the doctors are there when they're needed," Dellinger said.
Following a dinner and recognition of local, state and national officers in the legion, as well as the American Legion Riders, Dellinger stood to give his remarks to an audience composed of legionnaires from around the organization's seventh district.
He touched on the legion's need to support new veterans and increase membership.
Dellinger cited numbers from 2013, when the legion helped approximately 220,000 men and women through sponsorships, scholarships and other activities.
Fundraising amounts hit approximately $22 million, he added.
However, he said that while membership was up, it still needed to continue growing, and it could be done by simply asking a veteran to join.
"One thing that wasn't stated in my resume was that I'm also a Mason, and I've coined a little phrase this year," Dellinger said.
American Legion National Commander Daniel M. Dellinger had this reaction to the announcement:.
"The Legion is committed to ensuring that veterans receive the benefits they deserve," American Legion National Commander Daniel M. Dellinger said.
Legionnaires and Legion family members, our National Commander Dan Dellinger and our Department Commander William Cleveland are traveling across our Commonwealth on the annual National Commanders Tour 17 - 19 of March.
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