The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Stoddard (DD 566). 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 18 crew members registered for the USS Stoddard (DD 566).
|Cole, Clarence F.||QM3||Jun 27, 1950 – Jan 31, 1955||(OX) Oprations||(Deceased) Feb. 27, 1981|
|Bowman, John||MM3||Sep 1951 – Oct 18, 1954|
|Haskin, Dale||RD1||Jan 1958 – Dec 1958||OI||Busy last tour of duty...Lebanon Crisis and Quemoy Crisis. I had a good core group of Radarmen...Hart, Pickerd, Aguiar, Richards, Skaggs, Hall.|
|Akers, Eddie||BT2||Nov 1958 – Aug 10, 1962||E||Started in aft FR for BT1 Patterson and Chief Ing as FA made FN in 3 Mo. BT3 6 Mo. Later. then became Oil King for about a year made BT2 then worker in Forward FR until I left the ship Aug 1962. Now live in Graham, Wa.|
|Paullus, Art||MM3||Dec 1958 – Aug 1962||E||Started out in the after engine room with Ted Shobl, then transferred to the foreward engine room to go on the evaps in the summer of 59. I stayed there until discharge working for Rich Ahlmeyer under Jack Cooper.|
|Hinson, James||2ND CLASS MECHANIEST MATE||1959 – 1962|
|Corr, William/bill||BT3||1960 – 1963||E||I would like to get in touch with Joe Older or Eddie Akers from number 1 boiler room.|
|Penczek, Paul||SN(E-3)||Mar 1, 1960 – Mar 1, 1961||1st & 2nd|
|Bagatti, Gerald (Jerry)||SM2||Apr 1, 1963 – Jan 1, 1966||OPERATIONS||Looking back it was the best. The crew, the ship it was surely the best time. I was deep in thought and saw the video of the Seal team sinking her. The memories brought tears to my eyes. God bless the crew of the Stoddard|
|Walker, Harold A. (Tony)||Lt. USN/Capt. USAF||Jul 1964 – Jul 1964||Deck, Signal, Boilers||Midshipman training. Deck Division (BM 3rd Class Mallory), Signal Bridge, Boilers. Nice storm en-route to Seattle.|
|Hindman, Martin||SEAMAN||1965 – 1967||bosun mate|
|Fairfield, Len||MM3||Jan 29, 1965 – Jan 15, 1969||M||USS STODDARD DD 566 65-67 Tour Viet Nam day we hit dock back to Philadelphia Navel Shipyard USS JOHN PAUL JONES DDG 32 PLANK OWNER 67-69|
|Schutte, Robert||LTJG||Mar 1966 – Nov 1967||SUPPLY|
|Kelly, Dan||EN3||1967 – 1968||R|
|Nadeau, Robert||BT2||1967 – 1969||B Division|
|White, James (Jim)||ETN2||Jun 2, 1968 – Sep 26, 1969||OI|
|Coleman, Jr., William||LTjg||Jul 1968 – Apr 1969||OPS||Joined in middle of Vietnam deployment. Made LT in August and transferred next April.|
|Denson, Donald||SA||Apr 1969 – Nov 30, 1969||1st Div. DeckForce||Something is wrong, I've read things like some one saw the Stoddard in 2000 being towed to Mare Island, I was on the Stoddard when she was Decomisoned and was sent to Mare Island in 1969, she went on her on Power.|
There are currently no planned reunions.