The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Norris (DD 859). 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 24 crew members registered for the USS Norris (DD 859).
|Osborne, William (Bill)||RM3RM3||Dec 31, 1944 – Jul 2, 1945||Communications|
|Jeffrey, Samuel M (Jeff)||RD3||May 1945 – Apr 1949||Not known||My father is was a Plankowner on this ship. He is deceased as of Aug 1, 2004.|
|Crimaudo, Vinnie ( Brooklyn )||S 1/C||May 18, 1946 – Dec 4, 1947||DECK FORCE||IT WAS A GREAT TIME OF MY LIFE, WENT FROM A KID TO A MAN. I LEARNED TO RUN MANY OF THE SMALL CRAFT FOR THE LIBERTY PARTIES.. MY GUN POSITION WAS MOUNT 51 AS A HOT SHELL MAN..OUR KOREA PATROLS WERE MOST INTERESTING|
|Hall, Everett||MM 3||1949 – Dec 31, 1950||The Norris also served in the Formasen stright guarding against an invasion from communist China. We escorted the Battleship Missouri BB63 into Hangnam. around Thanksgiving of 1950.|
|Boulle, Jensen Boule||RD3||Jun 1949 – Mar 1951||Operations|
|Snyder, J Robert||1954 – 1955||Boiler||This is my father, he doesn't have a computer, but I am proud to add him to the list.|
|Reynolds, Ronnie||SN||1959 –||Deck/SM||Remember the afternoon of Sunday August 14 1960 in the Med during "movie call" when the Hy-line detail was hailed over the PA system. I was the sailor transferred to the Valley Forge for medical attack of appendicitis.|
|Addison, Larry||RM3 radioman||Aug 1959 – 1961||OPERATIONS||I LEFT THE NORRIS JUST AS SHE WAS REPORTING TO THE PHILIDELPHIA SHIP YARDS AND THE USS MEREDITH WAS LEAVING, THAT WAS MY NEXT SHIP|
|Helsel, William (Bill)||SOG 2||Sep 1960 – May 1962||Sonar|
|Wilkins, Daniel||RM3||Aug 5, 1961 – Feb 5, 1963||OC||went aboard from Radioman A school as RMSA left in Feb 63 as RM3 to go to Submarine school. Retired as RM1 in Jul 1980.|
|Sturtevant, Wayland||SN||1962 – Jun 15, 1964||Golf-GMSN|
|Casey, Paul||RM3||Aug 1963 – Oct 1966||OC||This was my first sea duty assignment after Radioman School; a great adventure, and experience, that kept me in the Navy for a career.|
|Workman, Tom||SF2||May 1964 – Apr 1968||R||Retired in 1985 as HTC. Now living in Virginia Beach VA.|
|Bryan, Jim||YN||1966 – 1968||Admin||Made around the World cruise stopping for 6 months in Vietnam on Norris. Retired in 1985 at YNCS.|
|Purcell, Ted||FTG2||Jan 15, 1966 – May 1967||Gunnery||I came on board as FTGSN right out of A school. Chief Fisher was our chief. We went on springboard and then to VietNam. Chief Fisher left right before we went to Nam and Chief Grant replaced him.|
|Watson, Charles||GMG-3||Jun 6, 1966 – Mar 8, 1968||GOLF||Made Viet Nam cruise. Left Norris in Gitmo, due do loosing ring finger|
|Friedhaber, Robert||EN3||Jun 20, 1966 – Mar 10, 1966||R|
|Chubb, Don||RM1||Aug 1966 – Dec 1966||OC||Was transferred from W.A. Lee to Norris Aug 66 while in Newport, RI in prep for Nam Cruise departing Oct 66. Was one of two RM1 in Radio Shack. Was online in Nov 66 for NGFS. Dep Norris Dec 66 due to med problems .|
|Jackson, David||DK2||1967 – May 25, 1970||Supply||It was independent duty for me. I went aboard when the USS Norris retuned form Vietnam. Saw two trip to the Med and 6 weeks of the Black Sea.|
|Grissom, Greg||EM3||1968 – 1970||electrical|
|Barsh, Steve D.||ETRSN||1969 – 1971||Operations||Electronics Technician: Mediterranean Cruise '69|
|Richard, McMains (Big Mac)||Mar 1969 – Aug 1970||Weapons 2|
|Delaney, Thomas||ETR2||Apr 1969 – Dec 5, 1969||DASH||Reported aboard in the spring of 69 and left on a MED cruise shortly thereafter. Returned to Newport on Dec 4 and got out the next day.|
|Yount, William K||💻 3||May 15, 1969 – Jul 15, 1970||Admin||Went on med cruise 1969 and two times to the black Sea came back to the U S in a huricane .|
There are currently no planned reunions.