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USS Lloyd Thomas (DD 764) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Lloyd Thomas (DD 764). 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 50 crew members registered for the USS Lloyd Thomas (DD 764).

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NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Carver, Clyde , CbagLt.1941 – 1942Gunnery officer officer of the deck
Pleger, JackMMMar 1950 – Feb 1951Engine Room
Liftman, AlvinLTJGMay 1950 – Jul 1952S DivisionRoy C Smith DK3
Fuhrmann, RichardQm3Feb 1951 – Sep 1954C
Heim, James (Jim)SK 2Apr 1951 – Oct 1954SupplyI enjoyed my 4 years on board the Lloyd Thomas. A great ship and officers and crew. Still intouch with many shipmates & have attended many reunions. Hi to my supply officer listed here Al Liftman.
Liftman, AlMay 10, 1951 – Aug 16, 1952SupplySupply Officer
Hutton, CarlQM31952 – 1955CDick - Thanks for the comradery those many years ago!
Zarcone, JasperMM2Sep 1954 – Dec 1958Engineering
Strand, KennethFT2Jun 1956 – Jun 1959Fire ControlWould like to communicate with anyone that was on board during this time--especially those that were in my group. Am finding various sites about the Lloyd Thomas are fascinating.
Dutton, Richard E.MM3Jul 1957 – Sep 1959ENGINERINGSOME OF THE GREATEST TIMES I EVER HAD. I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER THE MED CRUISE THAT PUT US IN THE RED SEA. WENT THROUGH THE SUEZ CANEL. IF ANYONE HAS THE EXACT DATE OF THAT CRUISE I WOULD REALLY LIKE TO HAVE IT.
Kind, Bob The BackBT3Apr 8, 1959 –E
Pullen, ArthurETC1960 –Entry by his son, Mike Pullen EMCS(SS) USN(Ret)
Potts, JakeMM2Oct 24, 1960 – Oct 26, 1963m
Schager, WalterRM21961 – 1964OC
Eacret, Jerryem2May 20, 1961 – May 20, 1965ranyone on the ship when i was
Martucci, RichMM3Aug 1961 – Jul 1963M -
Clemence, RichardIC31963 – 1965R division
Slagle, JayBT2Mar 1963 – Aug 1967BGot sea sick first time out of New Port. Good thing it was only over night. Never got sea sick again. Three Med. trips one nato north atlaintic. One Gitmo after Boston dry dock in 1965. became Oil king after i made BT3.
Wilson, KennethET3Apr 15, 1963 – Aug 15, 1965Great ship with proud history!
Herringer, GeorgeMMFNOct 15, 1963 – Oct 10, 1965E DIVISON
Kennard, DannyEM3Dec 21, 1964 – Sep 15, 1967RGreat Ship, Great Crew, Great Skipper [ Nicholson] Good times with Don Snider, Jim Magnuson, and Roy Voiles and others of the crew.
Vaux, DonaldTM3Sep 15, 1965 – Jul 14, 1969ASFirst command I served on. Great ship and great crew.
Isaacs, ChesterEM2Jul 22, 1966 – Oct 27, 1969RThe LT was a great Ship. Just want to say hi to all my shipmates and the Electricians i served with. I remember the day they took me out to celebrate when i made 3 rd.class and christhened me knight of the round bar.LOL
Handley, RalphPN11967 – 1968
John A Pisanelli, JohnBTFNJun 1967 – Dec 1969B DivisionLoved it when the seas got rough. Hey Dwayne Hatfield, John lemonis, Ed Auter, and Lex Brown. Like to hear from you and others.
Gable, BuzzGMG3Jul 1967 – Jul 1970WeaponsLeft gun captain, mount 51
Scovel, Jerry GeronimoFNSep 1967 – Mar 1969RI do not know if it was the best ship in the Navy, it certainly was the best that I was on.
Winder, LarrySK3Jan 1968 – Dec 1968SupplyI reported on board in Jan. 1968 out of boot camp. Reported to deck force. Did 3 months in deck then went to supply. Would like to hear from Butch (ships barber), Jim Hussey (ships store) John Johnston (supply office)
Rockwell, BobSFP3Apr 12, 1968 – Dec 30, 1968RAlthough I was only on a short time I have a lot of fond memories of the Ship and crew.
Watkins, Dave profile iconBT 3Jun 10, 1968 – Oct 1, 1968BCame aboard to finish out my time, the Stickell was headed for the Red Sea and they didn't want to ship me back. Then they woke me up on Oct. 1st and told me to get my things together and they shipped me home.
Marvin, JohnRD-2Jul 1968 – Oct 1971OI (CIC)Homeports in Newport, RI and Pearl Harbor
Poulin, MichaelBT-31969 – May 1971Boiler Tender
Poulin, Mike profile iconBT31969 – May 1971Engineering
Hoblit, DouglasEM2Jan 14, 1969 – Aug 10, 1970Repair DivisionRemember the missing spoons on the way to Pearl Harbor?
Russell, DanielMM3Feb 1969 – Oct 1972M-division
Stutzman, RobertBT2Apr 1969 – Oct 12, 1972BT
Fannon, DennyQM2Jun 10, 1969 – Oct 27, 1973NavigationMade 70 and 71 WestPac. Amchitka explosion. Gun Mount explosion. Hole in the bow. Hit a lot on the gunline by counterbattery. Johnson Atoll and Rabbits. The Battle of Dong Hoi - Viet Nam - 19 APRIL 1972. Panama Canal. attacked by enemy MiG-17s
Rankin, Patrick (Pat)YN3 (Engineering Log room )Dec 1969 – Sep 1971R DivisionGreat Ship & Great Crew Remember Westpac Cruise '70
Stowaser, John profile iconetsn1970 – 1972opsbig 'aloha' to all ole' shipmates
Lindstrom, Michael JDK3Mar 21, 1970 – Sep 20, 1972SupplyHi Guys!
Willey, RussellE3May 1970 – 1972
Sheffer, R. ScottRD3Dec 1970 – Oct 1972OICheck out www.DD764.org. Our 2016 Reunion is in Charleston, SC. Info on web site

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Reunions

Point of ContactPlanned datePlanned locationRemarks
Scott ShefferMay 5, 2020Dayton, OhioDayton Tours, Air Force Museum.....info at www.DD764.org

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