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Edward Donald DeLoriaLoretta Alice Myette

Wayne Charles DeLoria, MAJ (r), US Army

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Children with:
Deborah Marie Greso

Bruce Edward DeLoria
Karen Jeanne DeLoria

Angela Diane DeLoria
Wayne Charles DeLoria, MAJ (r), US Army
  • Born: 27 Jan 1954, Chicopee, MA, USA
  • Divorced 3 Nov 1982, Warrenton, VA, USA, from Deborah Marie Greso
  • Married 22 Apr 1995, Arlington, VA, USA, to Julie Elizabeth Hurst, Ph.D.
  • Occupation: Retired Army Officer; Computer Engineer; IT Industry Senior Mgt
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    pict1.jpg [137x193] Major Wayne C. DeLoria (retired)
    Recent Career Bio:

    Wayne C. DeLoria has over 28 years of experience working with the Federal Government, as an U.S. Army Officer, Federal Government employee, and Federal Government contractor in the Washington D.C. area. Retiring after 20 years, Mr. DeLoria's Army career included work within the Intelligence Community and various Program Management offices, finalized by seven years with the Defense Information Systems Agency as the Technical Director for the Defense Message System (DMS) Program Management Office (PMO). The last two and a half of those years were spent as a civilian employee of DISA. After leaving the Government, Mr. DeLoria was employed as the Vice President for Government Operations at Enterprise Solutions Limited, followed by Director, Messaging Systems and Intelligence Programs for Getronics Government Solutions (formerly J.G. Van Dyke and Associates and Wang Federal Services). Presently, Mr. DeLoria is employed as the Group Vice President for The Van Dyke Technology Group, Inc., and Federal IT contractor located in the Washington DC area.

    Mr. DeLoria's career is highlighted by his involvement in the Combined Communications Electronics Board (CCEB), a technical alliance between the U.S., U.K., Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. While working at DISA, then Major DeLoria led the development of the Allied Communications Publication (ACP) 123, the implementation guidance document for X.400 messaging systems used between (and internal to) the counties of this alliance. ACP 123 is also used, along with STANAG 4406 within NATO. Mr. DeLoria has a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Computer Science from James Madison University, and a Master of Sciences degree from the Air Force Institute of Technology
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