The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Lowry (DD 770). 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 23 crew members registered for the USS Lowry (DD 770).
|Youngster, Charles||MM||1944 – 1945||?|
|Kemp, Robert James||sailor||1945 – 1946||pacific||I entered this information for my late father, who served from 44-46. Initially USS Mitchell (3/45), USS Haskell (June 1945), USS L.S.M 255 (7/45), then July 25 USS Lowry which sailed into Tokyo Harbor 9/16/45.|
|Titsworth, Kenneth||QMS2||May 1945 – Apr 4, 1947||OPS dEPT||Looking for Chief Ednes|
|Salzfass, Arthur||Ensign||Sep 1, 1956 – Jan 1, 1958||Electronics|
|Ford, Quinton||SMSN||1961 – Apr 23, 1963||OC|
|Pickett, Dick||SM5||Sep 1, 1961 – Jan 1, 1966||Signalman||Aboard during Cuban crisis and blockade. When we steamed alongside the Russian sub, the Capt. Had his band play Midnight in Moscow|
|Reeder, Rex||SN (HM)||Feb 1, 1962 – Apr 30, 1963||Deck Division|
|Cain, Phil Tony||SM1||Jul 27, 1962 – May 20, 1967||Came back to the Lowry in 11/1968 to 5/1972|
|Potter, Dan||SH3 barber||Sep 1, 1962 – May 10, 1965||Supply divison||They called me Potts. I was the ships barber. I left the ship when I was discharged in May of 65 during the med cruise. I was onboard during the Cuba crises when we pulled up the Russian Sub.|
|Donald, Buckman||CS3||Feb 5, 1963 – Feb 5, 1965||Culinary Specialist/Supply Room||I was on the USS Dd Lowry 770 from Feb 5,1963 to Feb 5,1965. I was a Culinary Specialists and worked in the supply room. I would be interested in catching up with anyone that was on the ship with me.|
|Pond, Bill||RD2||Jul 1964 – Sep 1966||OI||Some of the best days of our live, huh guys? Though we never would have thought so then.|
|Eppler, Jim||DK3||Oct 1, 1964 – Oct 30, 1966||Supply|
|Jose, Diaz||E-2||Jan 15, 1966 – Oct 18, 1967||E DIVISION||MR . SMITH BOILERMAN|
|Girnius, Chuck||ETN2||1967 – 1968||DASH||Current President USS LOWRY DD-770 ASSN> If you would like to receive our free newsletter, the Bucket & Swab, contact me. firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Thompson, Thomas||DC 3||1967 – 1968||R||Was transferred from the USS Tidewater to the USS Lowry The day before departing D&S piers for a Westpac cruise. Made great friendships with my new crew members.|
|Lindstrom, Robert||GMG2||Nov 1967 – Dec 1970||Weapons||In Mount 51 when it exploded in 1969|
|Harbaugh, John||RM3||1968 – 1968||OC||RETIRED IN TEXAS|
|Garvey, Terence (Terry)||DK3||Jan 1968 – Apr 1969||Supply||Did a WESTPAC cruise in 1968. Went to DK school on return. Was aboard when mount 52 exploded; lost friend: Jay D. Goode. Next command: USS Garcia (DE-1040). Friends: Frank Crissafulli, Al Brown, Mike Pace.|
|Loney, Gary||GMGSN||Apr 1968 – Nov 1, 1971||2nd Division Gunnery|
|Magee, Delos||Fn||Aug 1970 – Aug 20, 1973||Engine men||Retired now would like to see Vincent Roethmeyer|
|McCartney, Stephen||SK2||Nov 1970 – Nov 1972||Stores (storekeeper)|
|Estep, James||E-3||1971 – 1972||First||Dd-770 USS Lowry Association on FaceBook|
|Langston, Bill||STG2||Oct 5, 1972 – Oct 1, 1973||AS||ANYONE OUT THERE WHO SERVERD WITH ME CALL 843-409-3351.|
There are currently no planned reunions.