In Memory Of

The following is a list of our fallen shipmates, who have survived World War II, Korea, Vietnam and returned to the United States to live out their lives.

Kraft, Walter R.

Lambert, David

Lawrence, Robert

Lawrence, Robert

Le Clair, John (Jack)

Le Cornu, Charles (Charlie)

Lecomu, Charles (Charlie)

Linderman, Burnham S.

Luckado, W.C.

Luongo, Frank

Magnuson, Ralph (Maggie)

Maier, Richard

Mangum Wm.

Manning, David Earl

Marcotte, B.M. (Frenchie)

Marshall, Donald

Mc Quaid, Joe

McDonough, William J

McMahon, James

McQuaid, Joseph W.

Mecham, Melvin

Merrigan, John

Metcalf, Dave

Mingus, Charlie (Doc)

Minow, Steve

Moore, John Wilson

Muccigrosso, Anthony (Tony)

Nelson, Arthur (Art)

Newell, George

Norton, John

Palmer, James K

Perkinson, Jerry

Pfefferkorn, Leonard

Pici, Tom

Pike, Robert

Pratt,Robert

Prestie, Nick

Prosser, C.E. (Bud)

Robinson, Neely

Rudecape, Glen

Sadler, W.E. (Bud)

Sanbeck, Ray

Sandsmark, Morris

Satariano, Joe

Schimschact, Norman

Schmschat, Norman

Schoell, Cleon

Schoen, Bob

Scott, Chuck

Selle, Robert

Seymour, John

Shaw, Bruce

Shipp, Charles (Chuck)

Skeeter, Ralph

Slanina, Frank

Smith, Henry

Smith, Stanton (Smitty)

Socorso, Louis Anthony

Sommerville, Gerald (Bud)

South, Donald

Spain, John

Spell, Glen

Spencer, Bill

Still, Joseph

Stockton, Robert

Summerfield, Gerald

Swann, Joe

Swartz, Merlyn

Swearingen, Bob

Taylor, Bill

Thomas, John (Tommy)

Thomsen, Bob

Thorson, Robert

Toogood, Bruce

Umbright, Vernon

Ungrund, Henry

Unruh, Harold

Ussery, Lewis Rogers (Lou)

Verkamp, Dave

Vest, Vernon

Vick, Aubrey

Watterlin, Robert (Bob)

Whittmore, Joe

Wiley, Thomas Dale

Wright, Wilbur