The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Izard (DD 589). 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 9 crew members registered for the USS Izard (DD 589).
|Carfaro, Steve||Coxswain||1940 – 1945||DD589|
|Joyce, Norman||1942 – 1944||For my father who passed away 7/7 06. He was proud to have been a part of your legacy.|
|Cross, Robert||FC 3/C||1943 – 1945||My Dad passed away on 9/6/86. Always had fond memories of his shipmates.|
|Hildner, Charles "Doc"||Lt JG||1943 – 1945||gunnery||This is for my Grandfather Charles "Doc" Hildner, who was a Lt JG on the Izard from 43-45. He rarely spoke of his time, but did mention to me the time a Kamikaze hit a cruiser next to the Izard.|
|Cahill, John F||Lt JG||1943 – 1946||Gunnery||My Dad was On the Izard in WWII he passed away in Jan 1969. I would love to hear from any of his Shipmates. John F Cahill III CanthMN@yahoo.com|
|Simons, Elmer||RdM 2/C||May 15, 1943 – Nov 15, 1945||CIC||Deceased 1980. Posted by Jim Simons (son) who graduated from the Virginia Military Institute with Jack Stevenson, son of John H. Stevenson III (deceased), also a crew member aboard DD-589. Photos available by e-mail.|
|Evans, Joseph W.||Chief in charge of Gunneries||Jun 1943 – May 1945||Torpedo Squad||Dad was stationed on the Izard during World War II, especially during the battle of Iwo Jima. Dad directed the crews firing the Izards five 5-inch guns and so he saw the landing craft through binoculars.|
|Wolfe, Grover||Fireman First Class||1944 – 1946||Gunnery||Dad passed July 19, 2003....he was always proud to have served on the USS Izard. There was a picture taken of the ship while he served, which he saved. His sons had it enlarged and framed for him..he ws so proud|
|Davenport, Robert Lee||FIREMAN 1ST CLASS||Mar 24, 1944 – Sep 1, 1946||enginering boil room fireman||Still kicking looking back at old times and memories of ship borad life on the Izaird|
There are currently no planned reunions.