Billie L. Stanton program administrator dies at 92
Billie L. Stanton, a Defense Department system supervisor who retired in 1981 as a senior finance program supervisor for the Navy, passed away Dec. 20 at Inova Fairfax Medical center. She was 92.
The reason was pneumonia, stated her child Robert L. Stanton.
Mrs. Stanton started her civilian profession at Kelly Air Pressure Foundation in San Antonio in 1958. She found the Washington region in 1969 as an administration and stock analyst with the Naval Air flow Systems Command. Later on specialties included stock and fiscal matters.
For four yrs after her federal pension, she was a spending budget analyst with Advanced Systems, focusing on a Navy program to revive retired battleships to seaworthy problems.
Billie Loree Baker was created in Fort Well worth. In 1939, she graduated from what’s now Texas Condition University in San Marcos. After and during World Battle II, she offered in the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps and the Women’s Army Corps. She has been a captain in the Air flow Force Reserve until 1956.
She has been an Annandale resident.
Her relationship to John R. Ward finished in separation and divorce. Survivors include her spouse of 51 yrs, Lloyd W. Stanton Jr. of Annandale; two kids from her first relationship, Linda Hammon of New Braunfels, Tex., and Brian M. Ward of Vienna, Va.; a child from her second relationship, Robert L. Stanton of Brooklyn; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.