The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Marshall (DD 676). 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 21 crew members registered for the USS Marshall (DD 676).
|Groff, William J. (Bill)||S1c Baker 3rd class||Mar 5, 1943 – Apr 9, 1946||USS MARSHALL (DD676)||WOULD LIKE TO NOW IF ANY OLD SHIP MATES ARE STILL AROUND?|
|Richardson, Clyde||GMG3||Aug 1943 – Nov 1944||CLYDE RICHARDSON WAS A PLANK OWNER OF THIS MIGHTY SHIP. HE SERVED ON HER DURING THE BATTLE OF THE PHILIPPINE SEA AND THE BATTLE OF LEYTE GULF. HE DIED ON AUGUST 5 2002|
|Canepa, Joe||Engineman||1951 – Nov 1954||Mullen||Living in St Louis and looking to reconnect with a few friends.|
|Tucker, Robert (R C Or Bob)||MM3||Jul 1951 – Jun 1955||E||I am setting this up for my dad. He would like to connect with any who served with him during the time of 1951-1955 aboard the USS Marshall DD676.|
|Bulver, Tony||Sonarman 2nd Class||1958 – 1961||Sonar||This was my home for my entire naval career. It was a great ship and I was proud to serve on her. I did two tours of WestPac on this hardy ship.|
|Woolverton, Aj||First Class Seaman||1960 – 1964||First Division||Trying to find a good friend. We served on the USS Marshall together btwn 1962 and 1963. He lived in Monrovia, CA. He should be 75 y/o. if anyone knows how to reach him, ask him to call AJ Woolverton 903-744-3298|
|Reeves, Norm||rm2||Feb 1960 – May 1963||Comm||Great ship...fond memories Retired Nov '78|
|Coker, James||RM3||Feb 10, 1960 – Jun 18, 1962||Communications (radio)_||Anyone who served on the Marshall during these dates - I would love to hear from you! James M Coker Rm3|
|Whiting, John||RM2||Sep 1960 – Oct 1961||C Div||My first ship|
|Kuhfeldt, Fred||QM 3||1961 – 1963||Deck||Nuclear Test at Christmas Island 1962 Plankowner|
|Gaddini, Joe||RM2||Aug 1961 – Mar 1964||operations||Good shipmates and great experience.|
|Neal, Roy||FA||Nov 1961 – Jun 1962||FORWARD ENGINE ROOM|
|Doerr, David E||SA||Sep 15, 1962 –||Supply||WESTPAC Cruise 62-63 First tima away from home. Wouldn't trade the experience for anything.|
|Dejarnrtte, Dennis||BM3||1963 – 1965||First|
|Sullivan, Edward||FTG3||Mar 1963 – Mar 1965||Fire Control|
|Richards, Bill||E5||Mar 9, 1964 – Apr 13, 1968||engineering||Trained reserves for almost four years. Never left US waters. Represented the Navy at every West Coast event where a military presence was requested. Glad to get discharged.|
|Husted, R. W.||SN||Dec 1964 – Apr 1965||A/S||Member of SelRes Crew in Tacoma, WA and was a non-designated sonar striker.|
|Carlin, Larry||FTG3||1965 – Jul 24, 1967||division 1||We hit many good ports up and down the west coast|
|Taylor, Ken||EN4||Feb 1965 – Dec 23, 1966||R|
|Searls, Michael||BM-2 E-5||Apr 6, 1966 – Mar 21, 1968||deck||I met a lot of good guys on my tour on board the Marshall ! I remember the XO LCDR H.J. Steffes.|
|Maroney, Donald||SM1||Oct 1966 – Jul 1967||OC DIV||I was only onboard a short time and was transfered to Recruiting Duty in Prscott, AZ|
There are currently no planned reunions.