The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Hartley (DE 1029). 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 27 crew members registered for the USS Hartley (DE 1029).
|Noble, Bob||E3||Jul 13, 1955 – May 13, 1959||unsure||My Father was on this ship and I'm putting his name in. He died from Asbestosis 3 years ago tomorrow. He ended up with this condition from his years with the Navy.|
|Alfred, Donald||TM 2||Feb 8, 1957 – May 4, 1959||May 1959||Any one have a cruise book|
|Hoff, David K.||BT3||Aug 28, 1957 – Jun 16, 1959||Engineering||The shake down cruise to South America will never be forgotten. Got to port in some of the same places as President Kennedy.|
|Finazzo, Anthony/tony||RD2||Jan 15, 1958 – Jun 14, 1959||OPS|
|Finazzo, Anthony/tony||RD2||Feb 1958 – Jun 1959|
|Hoover, Dean||MM3||Apr 15, 1958 – Mar 6, 1961||Engineneer|
|Hoover, Dean||MM3||Apr 15, 1959 – Mar 6, 1961|
|Proudfit, Gary||EFSN||Feb 5, 1960 – Jul 8, 1960||OI||Transfered to USS Macdonough DLG 8|
|Remmick, Martin (Bud)||EM1||May 1960 – Feb 1963||E||Good bunch of shipmates|
|Funkhouser, Robert Funky||QM2||1963 – 1965||OPS||Started in the engine room after they sent me to MM school. Was a square peg in a round hole and XO wrote to Bupers and got me reassigned to the bridge after I passed the seaman test. Best day of my Navy life.|
|Hauschild, Harold||FTG3||1964 – Jul 1965||Weapons||I was onboard when the ship was rammed off of Virginia Beach. I was getting a cup of coffee on the mess deck prior to going to relieve the after steering watch. Never made it. I was thrown into the port side bulk head,|
|Stein, Louis Doc||HN||Sep 2, 1964 – Apr 15, 1965||sick bay|
|Wolfe, Robert||EM4||Dec 11, 1964 – Jun 6, 1965||R||I WAS ONBOARD THE HARTLEY AND HAD JUST FINISHED AN ENGINE ROOM WATCH WHEN WE WERE BROADSIDED BY THE FREIGHTER BLUE MASTER.|
|Healy, Tom||BT3||Feb 1965 – Nov 1967||"B"|
|McNeilis, Bill||BM3||1966 – 1968||1st||Many great memories from our Med. and North Atlantic cruises in 1967 and 1968|
|Allen, Lloyd||SN||Jun 1966 – Jun 1968||1st|
|Callicoat, Larry Cally||MM3& UT2||Aug 26, 1967 – Nov 27, 1969||M &R|
|Smith, Robert||1968 – 1972|
|Waters, Charlie||ETR2||Nov 28, 1969 – Aug 14, 1970||Weapons||After returning from a Med. cruise on the Zellars, I was transfer red to the Hartley.|
|Gantz, Ronald||E-3||1970 –||Atlantic|
|Quist, Carl||BM3||1970 – 1972||1st|
|Bibler, Michael||ETSN||1970 – 1971||OE|
|Dennis, Schadler||SN||Jan 1970 – Sep 1971||1st|
|Waters, Charlie||ETR2||Aug 14, 1970 – Sep 11, 1970||Advanced Training||I attended DASH Enlisted Ground Controller Training, Aug. 14, '70 to Aug. 29, '70; Grade: 92.2 & DASH Assurance Training, Aug. 30, '70 to Sept. 11, '70; Grade: 85.3 at NAVDASHTRAU, Dam Neck, VA|
|Waters, Charlie||ETR2||Sep 12, 1970 – Apr 15, 1971||Weapons||Went home to Houston on leave and on Easter Sunday morn. I awoke with a stabbing pain in my lower left quadrant. I went to a hospital and they said I was constipated despite a real large white count.|
|Piazza, Ben||YN3||Mar 1971 – Nov 1971||ADMIN (Ship's Office)||Came aboard just before deployment to the Med/North Atlantic cruise. Great cruise! After active duty, I went back to school, was later commissioned as a Navy JAG & retired as O-6.|
|Waters, Charlie||ETR2||Apr 15, 1971 – Aug 2, 1971||Patient||Reported back to USS HARTLEY, asked corpman to let me see a doctor on tender. Doctor wasn't sure so sent me to ER at the NAV HOSP NPT, RI & they admitted me and sent me to surgery. Was in the OR 3 hrs. Preferated Cecum|
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