The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS De Haven (DD 727). 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 15 crew members registered for the USS De Haven (DD 727).
|Cross, Thomas||727||1952 – 1954||my address is 984 east riding club rd. ,ceyenne wyoming 82009|
|Currie, David||mm3||1956 – May 1958||eng rm||enjoyed my duty, and, crew aboard. Enjoyed trip to Australia, and, all the Islands. Would enjoy hearing from old shipmates.|
|Stephensn, Jerry||BT2||Oct 1958 – Sep 1961||B||Great first ship! I served on three of these 2200 tonners. Was a snipe in forward fireroom. Williams,BT1, Hutchens BTC and several other great Petty Officers. Shipped for BT"B" school. Then USS Frank E. Evans DD-754.|
|Harston, Albert||MMFA / MMFN||Feb 1959 – Feb 1960||M||I worked for in the #2 engineroom and was so good that I made MMFN two times.|
|Brown, Thomas (Tom)||fn||Dec 24, 1961 – Nov 19, 1963||M div.|
|Burandt, Theodore||E-3||1962 – 1964||Electrician|
|Debaecke, Ivan||SN||Apr 12, 1963 – Jan 15, 1965||First||Was my first ship out of bootcamp. We sailed to Australia in '64 then on to Long Beach. I was in !st division with BM1 Shockley (sp). We were forward deployed in Yokosuka Japan.|
|Luoma, Morgan(Lucky)||EM1||Nov 26, 1963 – Jun 20, 1964||R|
|Tethers, Mike||E-4||Nov 22, 1967 – Sep 17, 1971||SUPPLY|
|Krueger, William (Bill)||SM||Jan 1968 – Oct 1968||OPERATIONS||Joined the De Haven DD-727 in Formosa 1968.|
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|Gilleland, Donald||GMG2||Jul 13, 1968 – Oct 5, 1970||G|
|Frary, Dayne||SH3||Mar 24, 1970 – Jan 13, 1971||Supply|
|Schuyler, Steve||FTG3||Feb 1971 – Jun 1971||G||Came aboard via VertRep , Feb '71, halfway thru Westpac. Left June? 71 to USS Douglas, PG-100 in Long Beach. Three ships in one year!|
|Ford, Johnny||FTG2||Oct 1971 – Jun 1972||2nd Div|
|Owensby, Dean "buster"||EMFR||Jan 1972 – Feb 1972||E||Ship was being sold to S Korea. i was transferred after less then 2 weeks. what an antique. the Electric generators and switchboards were ancient. i pitied the WW2 crew that lived aboard this horror story. it stunk too|
There are currently no planned reunions.