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USS William H. Standley (CG 32) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS William H. Standley (CG 32). 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 407 crew members registered for the USS William H. Standley (CG 32).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1968 | 1969 – 1973 | 1974 – 1976 | 1977 – 1979 | 1980 – 1982 | 1983 – 1985 | 1986 – 1987 | 1988 – 1990 | 1991 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
McCullough, JerryMM30000 – Feb 1, 1990MM Engine Room #2thanks for the good times
Peterson, Thomas(Snoopy)e3Oct 19, 1900 – Oct 19, 1992deckPROUD TO SERVE
Denesha, Robert "bob"YN21965 – 1968NavigationReported to Bath when crew considted of Capt. Moul, and a couple of officers. I was first enlisted fresh out of YN school. Builders Trails, Fitting out in Boston, Shakedown in GITMO, Carribean then MED and Canary IS. Great Memories
Athnos, ThomasSTCS1965 – 19693rd / FoxNucleus crew / Precom crew Only Med cruise during my career. Did the Nam thing, of course... Lots of stories, most good.
Van Hook, Wendell3rd Class / Gunners Mate GunsMay 1965 – May 1968GunneryI will never forget the time that one of the radio operators and I were burning incense in the auxiliary radio room. We through the stuff overboard. The Officers were speaking of the hippies on the bridge!
Mosher, CharlesYN2May 30, 1965 – Jun 20, 1967Dont rememberPre Commision detail at Norfolk..Great ship and crew...took early out to attend college...
Standley, TerrySnOct 1965 – Apr 1967NavigationWas on pre-commission detail and was a side boy for the commissioning. Started as a deck ape and struck for Corpsman. Did the shakedown at Guantanamo Bay-lots of work, but lots of great times,
Easterday Jr, KennethDS2Oct 1965 – May 1967OEPart of Pre commissioning crew Bath Iron Works, Bath Maine.
Despain, PeteMM31966 – 1969MI was a plankowner on the Standley. Many good memories!!
Long, JerrySTG 21966 – 1968ASPlank owner;
Voronovitch, BobFTM11966 – 19704thPlank Owner (never did get one). Enjoyed my time on the Standley and was a little choked up when I saw the picture of her full of holes. She was the best mobile home from which to see the world. GO NAVY!
Geralds, William (Wild Bill)GMG21966 – 19692nd DivisionPlank owner. Was in Norfolk, VA in 1966 until we put ship in commission. I would like to hear from any of you that remembers me
Schutt, William (Bill) profile iconMM21966 – 1967M DivisionRetired from the Navy in 1986. Now living in Pace, FL
Athnos, Thomas profile iconSTCS1966 – 19693rdNeed to know the date WHS moored in Danang Harbor in Mar/Apr 1969. This was for a tour of Monkey Mt.
Moriarty, StephenBT31966 – Aug 1, 1969B DivisionPlank owner. Now living in Groton, CT.
Vanwormer, DavidCook1966 – 1968supply
Martell, CalvinRM21966 – May 12, 1968CommPlank owner nucleus crew. Original shakedown to GTMO. Have original ships photo. plank owner certificate, WHS coffee mug, ships patches, wardroom cig lighter, Desron 8 brass plate. On base housed in Mayport, FL.
Bottenberg, RichardCS4Jan 1966 – 1967supplyWas Plank owner. met a lot of great guys and had some great times. Boston, Florida, Cuba, Canary Islands, Caribbean, and the Med.
Hickey, William FQM2Jan 10, 1966 – May 8, 1967OXMade rate aboard Standley...went aboard as SN in 1st Div., but, when the Bosn' asked what div I was in I said...I'm a QM! The rest is, as they say, History! Made 2nd Class fast and was transferred to the Rogers DD-876 then, WestPac!
Sakowski, Robert (Ski)Mar 14, 1966 – Apr 15, 19694thWas plankowner on the Standley, then DLG-32. Met many great people,visited many great ports. Worked for Sperry Corp.as Engineer. Made great friends. "Doc" Holiday, "Moon"Mullins, DS div, I wish I was back there. Write me if you li
Dzikiewicz, Tom/skiSK3Apr 1966 – Jun 18, 1968SUPPLYSEEMS LIKE LITTLE HISTORY OF ALL US PLANK OWNERS?
Ellis, JoeE4Apr 4, 1966 – Jun 8, 1968Cook
Chapman, JamesSeaman E-3Apr 11, 1966 – Jan 1, 1967SupplyI have served on board as the comissioning crew as a seaman until exam time for LI3 then left for the command of CRUDESLANT New Port, RI
Tisdale, JackETN2May 1966 – Oct 1969OEPlank owner, proud to have served on her, great ship, greater crew
Holmes, JerryRD 3Jun 1966 – Feb 13, 1967OperationsGreat Ship, had a good close operations crew
Mullins, RodSH1Jun 1966 – Jun 1968SupplyNew construction crew in boston Ma. plankowner. transfered to gitmo bay in 1968. I was also on the uss william m wood ddr715 / uss davis dd937/ uss plymouth rock lsd 29/ usnavy recruiting retired navy counselor chief.
Galski, John R.PN3Jun 1966 – Jun 1969N DivisionStarted as a SN ended up as a PN3 and Plank owner, assigned as the Engineering Yeoman and ran ships library. She was a beautiful ship and had a great crew...
Foltz, FrederickSN-SMSN-SM3Jun 24, 1966 – Jun 14, 1968OC I was onboard for the Commissiong and a Plankowner. The Standley was the best ship I served on while in the Navy. Made SM3 on 67-68 Md Cruise. One GREAT CREW, Thanks for the memories.
Kestner, WayneDS2Jul 1966 – Jul 1969OE Div
Sakowski, Robert (Ski)\'CG 32Jul 9, 1966 – May 19684THHad a great time on board. On board radio show,:) Vistited some great ports,took tons of pictures. Had some great friends, FTM Chief Fiddy, FTMC McMann, FTM2 Mullins (moonmullens),FTME (Doc), DS3 Di vision people, The cooking crew , and t
McGranaghan, SteveETR3Sep 30, 1966 – Oct 10, 1969OESo many rich memories. Gitmo, Med, Canaries, Boston, Mayport, Panama Canal, Hawaii, Japan, Tonkin Gulf, Subic, Shellback, many more. Navy gave me career in electronics; still consulting.
Nelson, SteveE4Nov 1966 – Aug 1968CookHated it then, but now look back fondly recalling the great memories, great friendships and wonderful places we went...GITMO???!!!
Thibeault, Jeanpaultm21967 – 19693rdfine ship with good people
Newsham, Paul, JOSN1967 – Oct 13, 1968NI was the thorn in the side of PNC Paul Bugbee since I was assigned onboard without a billet. Became the ships assistant yeoman, wrote the ships POD and helped deliver the mail. Loved that ship. Saw the world. Loved it
Trapp, JamesRM21967 – 1970OCRetired from the Navy Reserve with 20 years as RMC SW.
Fanniff, TomEM3Mar 1, 1967 – Sep 21, 1967EngineeringHi Fellow Standley Steamers,I was on the DLG 32 It seems like a million years ago and a different life since the days we walked the decks of the Standley. I hope you all had a great life!
Shafer, Richard "Bikey"RD3Apr 5, 1967 – Sep 3, 1969OI1st deployed to Gitmo about 3rd of crew was sea sick b4 we left the breakwater..Med cruise x-mas in Naples, Scropion search, Panama Canal, x-mas in Pearl Harbor, Subic Bay, Hong Kong, Japan, x-equator, what Memories
Angleton, Michael / MikeEM/FNSep 1967 – Apr 1968RFirst Ship-Best Ship a shame to see her end like that. During first Med cruise during the french exercise we rigged the Med lights along the sides and slipped past the "enemy" in the dark, disguised as a cruise ship
Carney, Pat profile iconSH2Dec 1, 1967 – Nov 27, 1968SupplyI Ran the Ship's Store, Enjoyed the job and Loved the Navy. God protected us, I am glad I know him and he loved me. I helped on the search for the USS Scorpion SSN589, the submarine was lost at sea, found in the 90's.
Martin, Ken M.RD31968 – 1971OITwo tours of duty in the Gulf of Tonkin.World cruise on our return home after second tour. One of the most memorable times in my life.
Fitzgerald, BarrySNJan 8, 1968 –SHIP STORE/BOILERMAN
Wade, RobertBM2Feb 13, 1968 – Apr 3, 1972DeckI am trying to locate the following Crewmates, Mike Schwendeman; Gary Poole; Mike Feagin, Steve Harold; If anyone has contact information on these men, please contact me at rcwade2010@gmai
Cooper, RonaldSTG2Apr 1968 – Apr 1971ASremember the fox tail and dust pan air slugged into the oilers decks
Kay, PaulBMSNApr 22, 1968 – Jun 20, 19711st Division (Deck Ape)I miss the Navy. Ship was great, crew members were great. I enjoyed the Navy. Didn't enjoy it while I was in but looking back I really miss it. Went to some awsome ports Hong Kong and Phillipines were my favorite.
Gilpin, ScottEN2May 1968 – Jun 1970RGreat ship and a great crew -- many good experiences
Weaver, DavidOS1May 11, 1968 – Sep 21, 1971OI
Janu, JohnMm3Jun 19, 1968 – Jun 18, 1969M
Wallis, GlennBT2Sep 1968 – 1971B
Koeling, JamesRD3Oct 20, 1968 – Sep 10, 1971RadarmanLooking to find out about ECM duty in 1971. Team of three operated MIG detection equipment?
Pfeiffer, EdBT 3Nov 1, 1968 – Jun 21, 1969BWest Pack, what a Tour
Lawlis, RickIC2Nov 10, 1968 – Oct 28, 1970E DivisionIt was a shame to be on a world cruise and be to young to enjoy all the places of the world. Wouldn't take a million for the memories, wouldn't taken a million to go back in. Don't take this wrong "Proud to of Served"
Shepherd, ShepE-3 BTNov 20, 1968 – Apr 1, 1970BWhat a ride!
Shockey, JohnPC2Nov 25, 1968 – Jul 10, 1969NavigationLots of fun time delivering mail to my shipmates.

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