Sep. 13, 1966 Burlington Chittenden County Vermont, USA
Adjutant General of Vermont. He joined the National Guard, graduated from Norwich University in 1933 and became an attorney in Rutland. He served with the 43rd "Winged Victory" Division during World War II, and subsequently carried out staff assignments for the War Department General Staff, I Armored Corps and Seventh United States Army. Billado was a member of the Vermont House of Representatives in 1947, 1953, and 1955. In 1955 the state Legislature elected him Vermont's Adjutant General and he was promoted to Major General. Billado served as Vermont's top National Guard officer until his death in 1966. His awards and decorations included the Legion of Merit. The National Guard armory in Williston, Vermont was named in his honor.