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Remembering the Fallen

Lost Harbor

There is a port of no return,
     where ships may ride at anchor for a little space.
And then, some starless night, the cable slips,
     leaving an eddy at the mooring place...
Gulls, veer no longer. Sailor, rest your oar.
     No tangled wreckage will be washed ashore.

                                   --Leslie Nelson Jennings

 

 Star Bar

DD-350

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Bryant, Carson Buckmeyer, Charles  Crossman, Rubin Decker, Thomas DeRyckere, Archie George Douhan, Patrick

 

Garrison, Nolan Joseph Rapalus, Henry Stealey, Thomas (Tom) Shultz, Ray Sims, Ernie

 

Sweeney, James Valverde, John Vaughn, Melvin Ware, Dewey Wenger, William

 

DD-945

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 Aldridge, Jerry H Abramson, Phil Aulinskis, Ron Auro, Levy

 

Baldino, Salvatore Bates, George Allen "Al" Belcher, William Blanchard, Gary 

 

Bogusch, BillBoth, Karl Heinz

 

Clair, William "Bill" Connally, Robert Conner, Ray Coursin, Jack Tannehill Cudd, Schuler C.

 

Dalton, Richard V. Dickison, Benny Dillard, John Jacob Draper, David P Duck, Wesley

 

Dunhill, Stephen

 

Edgar, Curtis Ehrmantrout Sr, William

 

Finley, Richard Feely, William Fergus Flanagan, George Thomas Fortin, Herve R. Freeman, Olden

 

Gillespie, William Goto, Irving Gray, Jerry Green, Ralph

  

Hall, Jon L. Hamilton, Richard Hansen, Ron Harder, Douglas L

 

Isenhour

 

Johnson, Bill Jones, Mason B.

 

Klimp, Thomas H. Kitchen, George Allen

 

Lipscomb, Danny

 

McNeil, Jeff  Mione, Vincent Montoya, Robert (Bobby) Murray, Edward Paul

 

Nelson, Edward Nowicki, Lynn Allen Nulod, Ramon

 

   Parker, Jesse Paul, Albert Pearce Sr., David Kay Poff, David Potter, Willard Provost, William B.

 

Reinhardt, Ellwood "Bill" Ries, Herbert Hamilton Roe, James K.

 

Seymour, Edgar Skidmore, Stanley J Swinney, Riley

 

 Tate, David L. Tribble, William Turmail, George Russell

 

VanOstran, J "M"

 

  Wamser, Richard "Dick" Ward, Donald Wellnitz, Bryce Wise II, Peyton R. Wood, Jerry

 

   Goodbye dear friend and shipmate.
     May you rest in peace...
                    Sailor rest your oar...

* From journal of R. Modell and my personal remembrance.

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