Jan M. Bai­ley

D. C. GOVERN­MENT EM­PLOYEE

The Washington Post Sunday - - OBITUARIES - — Megan Buerger

Jan M. Bai­ley, 67, who had been a pro­gram an­a­lyst in the D.C. Depart­ment of Hous­ing and Com­mu­nity Devel­op­ment, died Dec. 15 at his home in Washington af­ter a heart at­tack.

Mr. Bai­ley’s ca­reer in city govern­ment be­gan in 1977 with the old Depart­ment of Eco­nomic Devel­op­ment, where he worked on re­vi­tal­iza­tion pro­grams for var­i­ous District neigh­bor­hoods.

In 1983, he be­gan a 16-year ca­reer in the Of­fice of Busi­ness and Eco­nomic Devel­op­ment as a pro­gram man­ager in the field op­er­a­tions unit. He joined the Depart­ment of Hous­ing and Com­mu­nity Devel­op­ment in 1999.

Jan Mor­ton Bai­ley was a na­tive of Sal­is­bury, Md., and a 1966 grad­u­ate ofMor­gan State Uni­ver­sity in Bal­ti­more, where he was a mem­ber of the Omega Psi Phi fra­ter­nity.

His mem­ber­ships in­cluded sev­eral African Amer­i­can com­mu­nity groups, and he was a past board mem­ber at ra­dio sta­tion WPFW (89.3 FM) in the District.

His mar­riage to Judy Bai­ley ended in divorce. Sur­vivors in­clude two chil­dren, Chaka Bai­ley of Alexan­dria and Nierere Bai­ley-Estrada of Cuba; five sis­ters; and one brother.

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