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USS Macon (CA 132) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Macon (CA 132). 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 44 crew members registered for the USS Macon (CA 132).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1960 | – now

Springsteen, FosterCHIEF PETTY OFFICER1945 –my dad served on the Macon during ww2 as pharmacy mate then chief petty officer but haven't got his numer yet, anyone who served with him can find him in telephone book Melbourne Australia - he has 100 stories to tell.
Bryan, Lee RoyCBMAug 26, 1945 – Jun 4, 1946UnknownThis was my father. Records only show the above 2 dates. I believe he was a plankholder. If anyone knows please make contact.
McKinley, DonSeaman 1st Class1948 – 1957Radio
Pulire, Sal1950 –
Heidle, William A Billengineman 2nd classJul 14, 1950 – Apr 30, 1954" A"Eng captains gig. Diesel gang. Recommissioned ship ln 1950.Served in the Mediterrian during Korean war. Shellback Bluenose. Master-at-arms
Walker, Joe1951 – 1953My dad, Joe Walker, was on Macon 1951-53 or thereabouts. He was from Philadelphia, and we visited the Macon when it was laid up in the back channel of the Philly naval station several times in the 60's.
Kimmens, Harold (Ray)Apr 21, 1951 – Nov 17, 1952FoxMy first ship as a FTSN fresh out of school. Promoted to FT3 and eventually transferred to USS Pittsburgh when she came around from Bremerton to relieve the USS Worcester for duty in Vietman. I saw the old girl in mothballs in the 60s
Polly, RaymondPN3Sep 1951 – 1953EXMr. Beebe was a fine officer. Gresgovitch was yeoman in office. Shirley another. Was great duty. Would have stayed aboard except we went in to dry dock. Had connections and got transferred to HDQTRS 14 Naval Dist.
Di Muzio, RiccoFP2Jan 1952 – Nov 1955R
Sardone, Joseph (Joe) profile iconSeamanJan 1, 1952 – Mar 30, 1954Deck Crew (portside)
Schween, DonEngineman 2nd ClassJan 17, 1952 – Oct 19, 1955Able DivisionAble division was made up of the machine shop, emergency diesel power, small boats, A/C, and After steering. We made 32 ports of call. Also became a shellback and blue nose.
Rodgers, RoyLt.JGApr 1952 – Mar 1955EXServed as Training Officer, Personnel Officer, and EX Division Officer. Had the honor of serving under U.S.G. Sharp, who was the finest skipper anyone would ever want. Also, Arlie Burke was Cruiser Division Six.
Rodgers, RoyLt.jgApr 1952 – Mar 1955EX
Millette, Bill (Milo)Oct 1, 1954 – Apr 2019
Reeves, RonE-3 Machinists Mate Stryker1955 – 1957Com 6I am looking for anyone who my have served with my Dad Ronald Reeves (Ron)he served aboard the USS Macon, sometime between 1955-57. He was a MM3, Machinist Mate Stryker. Thanks Ron Reeves Jr. USAF (Ret E-6)
Swenson, John N profile iconFireFighter1955 –Unsure-it was my DadJohn was my Dad. He died in 2010 of Alzheimers. Im looking to find any info about his tour.He would have been 18 in 1955. I'm told he was a fireman. He was from Boston.Email me @ Thank You- John Jr.
Hall, GeorgeSERGEANTJan 1955 – Feb 1957Marine Detachment
Blackford, Eugene (Blacky)SEAMANJul 1955 – Jun 1957S1
Wood, William (Bill)snNov 16, 1955 – Aug 20, 19585 thmy e-mail is
Diroff, William (Bill)ET21956 – 1959Electronics
Carnahan, Paul RogerMM3May 1956 – 1958Ships Generator Gang - B Division
Hartsook, Gary profile iconMM3May 1956 – Dec 1959MHad great shipmates during these years. Just to name a few: Daryl Harris, Carl Greathouse, Oliver Pauley, Eldon Lewis, Robert Hafner and last but not least Benjamin Hunt and many more. Hope everyone is alive and well.
Coleman, Road RunnersaMay 14, 1956 – Mar 7, 19584th divisioni was the general screw up of the 4th divisin, just look at my rank coming in and going out in 2 years
Cauthorn, William "bill"QM31957 – 1959NAN
MacKey, He Mackey Jr / BudRD31957 – 1958OI
Paulson, KenfnSep 7, 1957 – Jun 12, 1960m division
Lane, Harvey (Second ClassDec 19, 1957 – Aug 8, 1958S-3My husband and father to our two sons passed away from Mesothelioma from his exposure to asbestos while in the Navy. He served in the laundry division and we are desperately trying to find some shipmates who knew him.
Jourdan, FrederickSN1958 – 19627th
Sutton, Bryant (Lanny)BT3Feb 24, 1958 – Mar 18, 1961BoilerIf you are still alive (of course) let me know. I live in Oregon now. Lanny
Gallimore, ThomasQM2Mar 1958 – Mar 1959N Dvison and Flag CRU 4
Baker, RobertMidshipman 4/cJun 1, 1958 – Aug 1, 1958Deck
Gorospe, ThomasE3Nov 23, 1958 – Aug 25, 19606TH
Winters, FredBT/3Jan 1959 – Nov 1960
Morrow, Robert (Bob)SNJan 26, 1959 – Jan 1, 1961Fox Division
Landru, JimmyE5Feb 1959 – Dec 1962E division-electricianlooking for Lyle E Smith and Robert Carlson both on the USS Macon Ca 132 during 1959 to 1960, or 1961.
Jenkerson, JohnSNMar 1959 – Nov 1960Navigation
Shenk, RichardYEOMANAug 1959 – Feb 1961X
Lewis, RichardSNSep 1959 – 1961COOKS I STARTED OFF I 3rd DIV. CHANGE A BAKER & COOK
Padgett, EverettGM3Sep 1959 – Feb 1961FoxI was in the armory (small arms).
Miller, Frederick RPH31960 – 1961X - Photo LabDuring a heavy seas while underway in the North Atlantic, I was awoken letting me know something was wrong in the PL. As I approached the lab, I could smell Acetic Acid. All bottles had been broken. I had donned an OBA to clean up the mess.
Waltz, JohnSNFeb 1960 – Mar 1961Fox DivisionWithout a doubt the BEST ship of the 4 that I served aboard. It was a sad day when she was decommissioned. Remember the NATO cruise & Kiel, Germany - the nasty weather in the North Atlantic? Great fun and good times!
Nadeau, FrankETN3Feb 1960 – Dec 1960OE
Witt, JackQM3Feb 20, 1960 – Mar 20, 1961NANGreat experience to serve on a beautiful ship as the Macon and visit many ports of call, kiel germany and exiting thru the kiel canal.was sad it was decommissioned,was hoping she would be converted to a CG
Martin, FranklinDKSNMay 1960 – May 1961S-4Who can forget the initiation in the Royal Order of the Blue Nose on 20 September 1960! Talk about being out in the cold - our skivies were wet from the hosing down, after running forward on the starboard side.

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