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USS Crommelin (FFG 37) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Crommelin (FFG 37). 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 278 crew members registered for the USS Crommelin (FFG 37).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1983 | 1984 – 1988 | 1989 – 1992 | 1993 – 1995 | 1996 – 2000 | 2001 – 2005 | 2006 – now

Pineda, DonOSCS1989 – 1993OC/CIC
Pourier, Myron “yah Tah Hay”E-3/FiremanFeb 1989 – Jul 26, 1991EngineerHill Kennedy, Pat Martin, Don Nash, Troy Hague, Jonathan Thomas, Villanueva, Jon Felix, Cameron, Sasquatch, Herbert “HT1Bigmoney” Edwards, Marty Bowden, and the other I can’t remember, we whooped ass and got the job.
Goolsby, Kevin "Gumby"FCC(SW)Mar 1989 – Apr 1993cs-3Just found this site! Brings back a lot of good memories! CROMMELIN is still the best ship and crew I ever served with! I'm currently at EPMAC in New Orleans. I'm in NMCI if you need to contact me. See Ya!
Morris, William "Bill"IC1Mar 1, 1989 – Jun 25, 1990CSAwesome memories! Transfered from the Gary (FFG-51) to go on Westpac in 89 (they needed a gyroscope tech). Completed service summer of 1990. Everybody was great; lots of laughs & happy memories. I'm glad I joined Navy at that time in life.
Molloy, EdGSE1 ( SW)Apr 29, 1989 – Oct 20, 1992E-1To Mr Keys, Nash, Kennedy, Olson, Kleignberg(The Prince Of Darkness),Pat Martin( Where every you may be), and all the rest. Best of times. And yes, Don, My i remember the booth by the LOP, my name is there too.
Digiacoml, JohnEN-2Jul 1, 1989 – Apr 1, 1992EnginemanNaval career started on this ship. The Crommelin made me the man I am today. Small boat. We were a family. Central America was crazy but, were rewarded with a trip through the Panama Canal and Jamaica.
Draper, VincentEW2Jul 8, 1989 – May 21, 1991EWHi, I sailed with some great guys, and enjoyed some great times, just want to reconnect.
Micky, KilburnEW3Sep 1989 – Mar 1992Great tour. Good times.
Carlon, JeffEM3Sep 2, 1989 – Jul 16, 1993I didnt think at the the time how much this experiance would mean to me, but I look back at it now and I wouldnt trade it for the world.
Wright, LeeSN/QMCFeb 1990 – Oct 1993OC-01Crommelin was a great first assignment, even with four-section duty. Trevino made Chief (QMC)!
Corder, Richard "cooter"GMG2May 15, 1990 – Jul 18, 1992Combat SystemsCrommelin Chaos in Manta, Ecuador...........Priceless
Keys, JaredCDR (SEL)May 28, 1990 – Mar 7, 1993MPA/CHENG/CICOI thank all of the Crom sailors that I served with sr and jr who help me achieve all that I have in my career
Bedatsky, JeffRM2Aug 11, 1990 – Nov 13, 1992RadioA great ship and a great crew. I still keep in touch with some of you even in 2020!
Smith, John E. (Smitty)MA1(SW)Oct 1, 1990 – Aug 31, 1992Supply/AdminWhat A Ship, What A Good Time well not all good but its the best ship in the navy, Thanks Capt.? Berg. Central American OPS Duckits well Spent or was that Sucres well spent I for Got Oh ya Thank you MR. Keys doing fine ret. Colo. DOC in Jan 2005 now
Kirby, JamesFC21991 – 1993
Pfefferkorn, JohnLTJan 1, 1991 – Jul 1, 1992EROGood ship and a fun experience. Glad to leave long beach.
Schneider, MalcolmSMSN - SMC - NCCFeb 1, 1991 – Dec 1, 1991OCWas a short stay due to overseas change, but enjoyed it all the same.
Martin, OwenLTFeb 28, 1991 – Mar 11, 1994Deck and ASWASW was fun, but Deck was the hardest and best job I've ever had. Anyone remember the little plack on CIC's door? "Hit hard, hit fast, hit often" I always added a little post-it note at the bottom for the OS's... HIT YOUR RACKS
Wilson, JohnE5/FC2Mar 1991 – May 1995CS3Great times, Great people, Great ship. I learned, laughed and matured on the Crommelin. I saw places and did things that will forever stay with me. To everybody I served with shaka..
Griffith, Michael (Griff)EN3(THEN) FC2(NOW)Jun 15, 1991 – Mar 5, 1995A-GANG(showers always)I remember hanging out with Hopkins & Weber.I had a great time.LT Rollick(CHENG) is now a CDR in San Diego.I got out for 6 years, dumb. I'm a recruiter in Athens,TX.I'm a little bigger, 6'4" 265.I can't believe so many people
Tobin, WalterQM1Jul 1, 1991 – Jul 11, 1993SC01
Roberts, Stephen A.ET2Aug 1991 – Mar 1995CS-4Many bitter sweet memories of my time abourd. The good times were really great; the bad well I tend to forget with age. I am amazed at how many great people I met that are still in my life; many others I wish still were. All in many wonderfu
Parkell, MichaelE3Aug 10, 1991 – Jun 11, 1992Mess Specialist
Trevino, ReneSM2/QMCAug 15, 1991 – Oct 22, 1997SC016yrs 2mo 6days and it was great. I remember a lot of you and those good times. Get in touch if possible.
Kircher, ScottMACSAug 30, 1991 – Jul 11, 1996NS01(Signalmen)One of the hardest tours, with the greatest personal growth.
Franklin, Antonio "Shabba"YNC/E7Oct 16, 1991 – May 3, 1993Deck/AdminWow! Can't believe this.....I still talk to CDR Keys, Wilmer (Old RM1, now a Civilian), Lofton, lil Doc (Stanley Miller) on a regular basis! Wow! If you knew SN Franklin back then - hit me up! Still can't believe this. Peace!
Bothwell, Joseph A.ET2Nov 1991 – Aug 28, 1995CS - 4Looking back, the "Cromm" was a great experience. Meet lifelong friends. Went to beautiful places, saw wonderful things. The color khaki should be outlawed.
Shipman, TimSM3Dec 20, 1991 – Jun 10, 1994NS01 OperationsI agree with many of you, some of the best and some of the worst times. Most of you were great to hang out with, and were definetly wild.
Milazzo, SteveE3 (SN AND DCFN)Dec 23, 1991 – Aug 25, 1993Ops and EngineeringGreat times on the Crom. Hope everybody is doing well. Nice to see names from the past.
Speros, StefanGSM21992 – 1993Engineering
Peterson, DennisLCDR, SC, USNRJan 1992 – Mar 1995SupplyI have very fond memories of the people I served with, shared beers with, and shared frustrations with. It's wonderful to see familiar names and positive comments.
Thorne, RichardLCDR (RET)Jan 1992 – Aug 1994ERO, AUXOGreat ship, nothing like driving during an unrep! Best CO CDR Richard Hunt in the USN.
Schmitt, Tim / Schmitty Or MargaretOS2Jan 15, 1992 – Mar 29, 1993Opeartions / OI
Hopkins, Justin (Hop)RMSR - RM3 (IT1 NOW)Jan 25, 1992 – Jan 1, 1996OCO2/RADIOWas some of the best times and worst times of my life but I wouldn't trade them for anything. I miss all you guys !!! Guapo (Chief Gaines) still remains my best friend today. WHATS IT ALL ABOUT !!!!
Opalka, MattFC2Feb 1992 – Mar 1996CS-3There was a lot of work and never enough people, but we made it happen. Remember the Typhoon Deployment of 1994! I think it was 13... TAILDRAGGERS!
Hallenbeck, AndyDKC (RET)Feb 15, 1992 – Feb 15, 1996SUPPLYThe Crommelin was the best duty station I ever had. I still remember Treveno knocking on the X.O.'s door. All the parties at my house and that great softball team. e-mail me anytime.
Luna, Lupe profile iconSonar tech PO3Mar 1, 1992 – Nov 1, 1995SonarBest days of my Navy career here. Many beers & great friends. Hawaii was awesome.
Spencer, HiteLCDRApr 1992 – May 1995ASW/RepairSherman tracked me down...great site. This was my only active duty ship, but I'm back in the reserves and loving it. Married, one child, moving from Albuquerque to NC in June 2004. Anyone need an industrial engineer?
Siburt, JimGMC (SW)Apr 1992 – Apr 1996CS-3Changed my life, the crew of the "Crommelin" did, great guys and great times.
Ward, Robert Thomas IIIFC2/LT.Apr 10, 1992 – Apr 10, 1997CS-3 Fighting FCsWhat is up guys...the ship is still only guys right? Anyhow, I can't believe I had such a cheesy mustache in those pictures. I actully stayed in until I hit around ten years, now I work for Lockheed Martin.
Sheeler, MikeE-5May 1, 1992 – Jun 1, 1994OII loved the Crommelin, I think about it all the time. Without the Crommelin, I never would have seen how great the Coast Guard was.
Pitzer, ShermanFC2Jun 1992 – Apr 1996CS-3At that time in life it was a difficult task... Looking back, it was the best years of my life. Brothers-In-Arms forever... Remember the Crommelin TailDraggers Softball team: Pearl Harbor Afloat League Champs 1995.
Miller, Stanley "Doc"HM2(SW)Jul 31, 1992 – Jul 31, 1995SupplyI joined the Navy hoping I would never be stationed aboard ship. The experience onboard the Crommelin was mind changing. I bonded with so many in so many ways;Professionally and Socially. I look forward to hearing from you. You've changed my life.
Silva, WaltLCDRAug 1992 – May 1994COMMIt's hard to believe ten years plus has already passed. Good to see that folks have done well especially when we decide to wake up the XO to discuss leadership philosophy. Currently in the reserves.
Miller, GeneOS2/BMC USCGSep 10, 1992 – Jan 5, 1996OC04Found this wed site and it's cool. Good to see all of you still remember THE CROMM. It was the best thing I every did. In the CG know.
Brown, Robert "Do-do"RM3/ITC (SW/AW/IDW)Oct 5, 1992 – Dec 19, 1995OCO2What it do CROMM shipmates. Man, had some wonderful times aboard. Glad I was able to find this site to touch basis with some great shipmates. Times have passed, but the friendships will remain. Navy Chief, Navy Pride!
Anderson, David (Turly)GSMC THEN GSCM NOWNov 15, 1992 – May 10, 1993MPSpent 6 months TAD on the Crommlin and enjoyed every minute of it.

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