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USS Everett F. Larson (DD 830) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Everett F. Larson (DD 830). 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 49 crew members registered for the USS Everett F. Larson (DD 830).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1971 | 1972 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Moore, Kenneth profile iconSeaman 1st Class1942 –Communications
Kalter, RobertSM3/cJun 26, 1944 – Jul 8, 1946Signalman 3rd Class
Fly, JohnMETALSMITH 3RD CLASSMar 1945 – Oct 1946EngineeringI went aboard the Larson At Bostion 1945, Was assingned to Engineering departmentWe Went down East coast, thru Canal, to Deigo we escorted the carrier Boxer to Pearl ,Guam to,China then to Yokosuki my classificetion was USNRV6
McGee, RichardS2Dec 1946 – Dec 1947?
Liedigk, KurtRM31957 – 1960OCDon Carlock please get in touch with me.
Chandler, Louisgm3Feb 12, 1957 – Nov 14, 19581sti was on the cruse to new zealand
Carlock, DonQM3Mar 1957 – Feb 1959OCI was on the Larson for two West Pac cruises (57-58). . Just before leaving the Larson in February of 59 we were involved in some special activity off of Long Beach.... the FIRST time helicopters landed on a Destroyer
Hacker, MikeSO3Nov 24, 1957 – Mar 24, 1959SonarI was a sonar man aboard the Larson during its 1958 cruise to West Pac. We made stops in Honolulu, Pago Pago, Auckland, New Zealand, Guam, Okinawa and Yokosuka, Japan, plus we were in Typhoon Marie in Oct. 1958.
Gabrielson, BobMIDNJun 1958 – Aug 1958VariousI was one of 5 Midshipmen who joined the Larson in Hong Kong. We were later highlined to an oiler as the Larson proceeded to a Southeast Asia hot spot.
Campanale, NicholasYN2Feb 12, 1959 – Feb 19, 1960Ship's Office
Baker, VanuelQM1Dec 1, 1961 – Feb 15, 1964Ops/NavThis was one of the finest ships in the Navy concernig the Officers and Crew.
Sorensen, DanE31963 – 1964Little Beaver
Evans, BobRD3Jan 4, 1963 – Nov 9, 1965OI
Scoleri, SamIC 2Apr 1963 – May 1966R
Reeves, James "doc"HNJul 20, 1963 – Aug 15, 1964
Smith, Vernie "smitty"ENFNJul 23, 1963 – Mar 9, 1964A-Gang
Wyzywany, FrankLtjgFeb 1964 – Jan 1967B & M
Hoffman, TimothyDK3Apr 1, 1964 – Mar 1, 1966Supply
Laub, LarryRD3Aug 1964 – Feb 1967OIwas also on USS Morton DD948 3/67-9/67. retired from AT&T 99. Now going to most ships renuions.
Sponenburgh, Jeffrey CRM21965 – 1967OC
Clymer, Davide11965 –4Im looking for anyone that remembers my dad. im danny clymer daves son.
Johnston, JamesBT2Jan 1965 – Oct 1968engineering
Osborn, WileyLT. JGJun 1965 – Jun 1967Engineering, Gunnery
Haynes, JohnSNJun 1965 – Nov 1965Deck Hands I was assigned to the Larson after boot camp in 1965,I was only 17.I boarded her in Subic Bay and finished the rest of the cruise.I was a lookout on the bridge when we were assigned to shore bombardment in Viet Nam
Watts, JohnE-3Sep 1965 – Feb 1968BOATSWINMATEWould like to re-connect with any of the crew I served with. I was assigned to the ship right out of boot camp, stood boatswinmate of the watch underway and later captains coxwin. Good times!
Erskine, DonRDCOct 1965 – Sep 1968OI
Hurd, JamesRD2Jun 1966 – Sep 1968OI
Mossor, KennethSM2Dec 1966 – Jun 1967Communication
Maresca, EugeneLTJG1967 – 1968DCA 1967-68
Holcomb, Andrew (Jack)BT21968 – 1972Engineering
Fox, J. RichardLTJGJul 1968 – Mar 1970First DivisionLarson was a great ship for my first at float duty assignment. Great crew that looked out for each other. Far East / Vietnam deployment in 1969, searched forsurviors and stabilization of the USS Frank E Evans DD754.
Anderson, GeorgeRD31969 – 1969Operations
Area, JackMM3Jan 15, 1969 – Apr 2, 1970ENGINEERINGi worked in the forward engine room in charge of operating evaperators to make freash water
Diaz, BernardoSAJun 1969 – 1970!st.
Demoss, JohnET-11970 – 1971I served on the last cruise in 71
Sneen, BruceBTFN1970 – 1972Engineer (BT)Looking for Harry Eggers, he was my best man at my wedding. Living in Minnesota, retired last year in December.Enjoy boating and riding my Harley.
Wozniak, JoeBT1Jan 1970 – May 1972BAssigned to FWD Fire-room as LPO. Made WesPac cruises 1971 and 1972. God Bless All My Shipmates, I'll see you all on our eternal cruise..
Ramsey, MorrisPN1Mar 1970 – Oct 1972Ship's OfficeA great ship and a great crew with good Captains,one and all, especially Captain Toland.
Padilla, JessesnAug 2, 1970 – Jan 10, 19721 first div.Cook wih John Engle and Robert Mc Nught Great Crew
Hawkes, MatthewHT3Mar 1971 – Dec 1972repairWorked out of the shipfitter shop. Hey remember the convoy steaming to the gun line, all thoughs ships in a line, IMPRESSIVE!!!!!!!!!
Lee, LouisETR-3Apr 1, 1971 –WestpacOn board two combat tours Vietnam 1971-1972.
Soflin, JohnRM4Jun 1971 – Oct 1972OperationsServed on the last two cruises.
Wilhelm, Thomas S.HT3Jun 1, 1971 – Jul 21, 1972R division shipfitters shop
Richard, BillGMG3Jun 20, 1971 – Jun 16, 1972Gunners MateI enjoyed my time on the Everett F Larson. i was impressed with the captain. He was the best captain that I served under.
Payne, SteveBT3Dec 1971 – Aug 1972B'72 Westpac was one to remember - forever. GQ,GQ,GQ !!!

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