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USS Floyd B. Parks (DD 884) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Floyd B. Parks (DD 884). 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 73 crew members registered for the USS Floyd B. Parks (DD 884).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1968 | 1969 – now

Dungca, FaustinoEM31969 – 1972S,E
Rhatigan, PatrickE21969 – 1970WD1 st pet name
Rudd, Floydbt31969 – 1973boiler roomHad lots of memories and made some good freinds and meet some some great people
Tobin, HerbBM3Mar 1969 – Feb 12, 1970wdDone one west pac tour had agreat time. My shipmates wre the best i ever served with.
Deming, Brian DemingBM3Mar 10, 1969 – Jul 14, 1972deckhey hows every one great times on the old floyd b.any body around / will never forget getting high linrd over to other ship at sea to return yo u. s. to attend hospital corps school drop a line guys. served w marines as hm2 left usn 1981.
Rhatigan, PatrickE2Apr 1969 – Oct 9, 1970WDon fb like to chat
Christy, MichaelPC21970 – 1973Ops
Wein, DonMM31970 – 1973Engineering
Sherman, GaryEN31970 – 1972A Gang2 years aboard the Parks was an experience, I'll never forget. I was proud to serve aboard the Parks. She was a good ship & I hold a lot of good memories, not only aboard ship but the Liberties & Ports of call as well.
Novotny, StephenE4May 10, 1970 – Apr 12, 1972PersonnelGreat times and great friends aboard the Parks. Country boys, New York people. We all got together as we all saluted the same flag. Missed Australia and shellback due to that damn screw blade we lost.
Haas, WalterE-3Jul 8, 1970 – Jul 26, 1972DeckHad a lot of good times with BoBo and Hlavaty,Minor and Richard Paul.
Soboleff, Walter Jr., Sobey, Eskimo, IndianSK1Sep 6, 1970 – Jul 15, 1974WD, SupplyGood to see Deming, Sturdy, Rattler (BoBo). Sobey here, 20 years sober, back in Alaska,
White, LawrenceEM3Sep 17, 1970 – Jun 30, 1973E Div.The Parks was a great ship with a great crew, went on the last 2 WesPacs, and helped decommission her, many great memories.
Bowen, Rodney (Bo Bo)E-3Sep 20, 1970 – Nov 25, 1972Deck
Peach, GeneE-3Nov 1, 1970 – Jul 26, 1972WDSure would like to hear from crew members. Mike Minor and I still visit and talk everyday.
Taylor, Kelly1971 – 1973OE
Broadbent, JamesSTG-31971 – Jul 3, 1973WATwo of the best years of my life were the two WESTPAC cruises, (but I could have done without the North Vietnamese trying to blow us out of the water!). I wish we had been able to go to Australia and Singapore. I miss the good crew.
Broadbent, James (STG31971 – Jul 3, 1973WAWas on the Parks for two Westpac cruises; 1971 and 1972. Enjoyed the good crew and most of the time at sea (not too crazy about the Gulf of Tonkin!). I would be lost on the new ships now! All these dang computers!
Kelley, TomP021971 – 1972OpsYes, I was there with Maitlan (who re enlisted) and Martin (Quartermaster). Beat the crap l out of smart alic clerk in Hong Kong Bar.
Bailey, Ron HMSNMar 1971 – Jun 21, 1972SUPPLY (Really none)This was my final duty station of my 4 year hitch. Made some good friends in the 1+ year I was on board. The Parks only made one more cruise after I left and was decommissioned. Good times!
Wilson, TerrySTG2Jun 17, 1971 – Jun 15, 1973WeaponsThere is a Floyd B Parks association on Facebook. Join up and share memories.
Jerstad, JE-2Sep 1971 – May 1973bmFriends with Kelly Baggerly who jumped over board 30 mins. out of subic bay. Thought that might ring a bell. Remember Robert Oliver, Marvin Snow, Bailey some others.
Reid, BillHT3Nov 14, 1971 – Mar 1, 1973damage controlI'll never forget this last cruise we had a blast
Ernst, BruceQM31972 – 1973operations
Reiman, ThomasSTG-21972 – 1973WEAPONSits been a long time. How is everyone doing? I personally have Diabetes, heart , and liver problems probably associated with Agent Orange, but the VA is denying benefits. Anyone else having problems?
Peterson, JohnPNSN1972 – 1973Personnel OfficePersonnelman during Westpac cruise 1972-1973 Would like to hear from any other crewman for this time period that needs info on the Blue Water Navy Agent Orange bill passed this last summer of 2019
Sturdevant, RichardBM3Jan 1, 1972 – 1973DeckI served the final deployment of the Floyd B. Parks. What a cruise!
Stoops, Bradley KFN/E-3 BOILER ROOMJun 18, 1972 – Feb 2, 1973
Oxley, JoeFTG3Jul 15, 1972 – Jul 2, 1973DeckMade Wepac 72. Combat action ribbon and Meritorious Unit Commendation Part of decommissioning crew. Great ship Great crew!
Loggins, LarryHT2Aug 1972 – Jul 1973Repair DivisionThe Funky Floyd was the hardest command I served in during my Navy career, but also the most memorable, I did a Nam tour of duty along the DMZ, Danang and the Delta. Linebacker was pure HELL. BRAVO ZULA PARKS MEN.
Epperson, BruceRM3Sep 24, 1972 – Apr 15, 1973OperationsWas a Great ship with lots of Moral and Pride. Ended up on another Can, The McKean DD-784. The Finialy back to sea as a Cook on an oceangoing tug boat for 23 years.
Cotier, DavidFADec 1972 – Apr 1973EThey fly me halfway around the world to board a ship that will go home in a little while and get shit-canned....well, she got nursed home...DD life is like no other. Thank God for the gator navy. BT1 Marion (later BTC) met again in 77. 32st

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