The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Glennon (DD 840). Please keep in mind that this list does only include records of people who submitted their information for publication on this website. If you also served aboard and you remember one of the people below you can click on the name to send an email to the respective sailor. Would you like to have such a crew list on your website?
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There are 102 crew members registered for the USS Glennon (DD 840).
|Fuhr, Charles||en3||1973 – 1975||a-gang and forward engine room|
|Crawford, Bruce||BT3||Jun 30, 1973 – 1976||Steam Propulsion||I learned alot aboard the Glennon,very good bunch of guys, gave me a profession that I still enjoy to this day.|
|Geer, Mahlon "snow"||GMG2||Aug 1973 – Aug 1976||2nd||'73' Med Cruise (Crete during Israeli conflict)-Lots of fun in Cannes,FR. The North Atlantic-Crossing the Artic Circle (Blue Nose) dockside Halifax, Nova Scotia like a big "ice cube"-Rosie Rhodes, PR-renting VW's-Gun Captain|
|Hessler, Willlliam [peanut]||QMSN||Sep 15, 1973 – Mar 15, 1975||Quartermaster||Has it really been over 30 years ago ?|
|Thomas, Curtis||E4||Sep 16, 1973 – Sep 9, 1976||1St||Looking for crews that went the storm of 1976. i need help with a claim with vet.affair|
|Holt, Larry||BT2||Oct 4, 1973 – Jul 23, 1976||B||Worked in both firerooms while aboard. The last year I was POIC forward. Lots of good guys in that division. Danny I still butcher the Eagles songs everytime they come on the radio.|
|Nichols, David||E-2||Oct 13, 1973 – Oct 24, 1974||MACHINEMATE||HAD SOME GREAT TIMES SERVING UNDER CHIEF OVERSTREET MAIN CONTROL MMS RULED|
|Williams, Gary||ENS-LtJG||1974 – 1976||communications||First duty station|
|Little, Ken (Aka "Tiny")||PN2||Mar 1974 – Feb 1976||X-Div|
|Walker Jr., Robert||E-3||Apr 1974 – Dec 11, 1974||B-4-E Aft- Engine Rm|
|Hearn, Dan||BT3||Apr 10, 1974 – Oct 15, 1976||B||Larry: Learned to dislike the Eagles since you butchered all their songs trying to sing them.|
|Schuster, Carl||ENSIGN-LTJG||May 11, 1974 – Aug 31, 1976||OI (CIC)||My first tour.|
|Nayman, Jim||MM3||Jul 1974 – Aug 1976||M||Worked in ER2. I was on the last run when the steam lines were rupturing and we had to divert to Roosevelt Rhodes, PR. We returned to Charleston for decommissioning. I left just prior.|
|Wells, Bob||BM2||Sep 1974 – Oct 1976||1st||A lot of short trips out to sea. Good memories. I have been attempting to find BM2 Denis R. Jordan and BM2 Tom Davis ( later both were BM1 ) for nearly 25 years.|
|Dietz, Hank||ETR-2||Jun 1975 – Dec 1975||Radar Shack||My last tour. Glennon went into drydock for communciations upfit in november, 75. I walked off in december.|
|West, Robert T.||LTjg||Aug 1975 – Oct 1976||Engineering||MPA/CHENG for decom. Two tough jobs! Highlights: 3 days 40+ft seas/90+knots winds en route Halifax, Nova Scotia; extended stay Roosevelt Roads, P.R. MMC and BTCS were two most outstanding CPOs I ever served with. Thanks.|
|Avery, Duane||MMFN||Sep 21, 1975 – Apr 27, 1976|
|Ballard, David||MMFN||Mar 1976 – Aug 1976|
|Potter, Mick||FTGC||Mar 26, 1976 – Oct 1, 1976||Fox||It was a privalege to serve aboard the Glennon. She had one of the tightest Chief's Quarters of any of the 6 ships I served on. We were all sorry to see her decommissioned.|
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