| Quinton T. "Bill" Barlow, 75,
a retired Marine Corps sergeant major who was later chief of security at
the World Bank, died
of cancer April 6, 1998 at home in Vienna, Virginia.
Sergeant Major Barlow served in
World War II, the Korean War and the war in Vietnam. He was awarded
the Navy Cross,
According to the citation accompanying
the award, then-Technical Sergeant Barlow "organized a defensive perimeter
Sergeant Major Barlow was born in North Carolina. He served 26 years in the Marine Corps, retiring in 1970.
On his military retirement, he settled in this area and joined the World Bank. He retired there as chief of security in 1984.
He was a member of St. Mary's
Catholic Church in Washington. His avocations included gardening
and working his farm
Survivors include his wife, Marie Barlow;
six children, Daniel Barlow of Ohio, Maureen Finley of California, Eileen
| BARLOW, QUINTON T., Sgt Maj, USMC
On Monday, April 6, 1998, QUINTON
T. BARLOW, of Vienna, VA, beloved husband of Marie T.
Barlow; loving father of
Mass will be offered at St. Mary's
Catholic Church, 727 Fifth St., NW, Washington, DC, Monday, April 13, 1:15
Contributions may be made to Hospice of Northern Virginia.