The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Roark (FF 1053). 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 304 crew members registered for the USS Roark (FF 1053).
|Monsoon, Mac||CPO||1989 – 1990||OI||REPORTED ON BOARD TOOK HER ON THE LAST WEST=PAC PRIOR TO DECOM. RESERVE SHIP LOTS OF RUST NO $ FOR REPAIRS AND NO SUPPORT FROM RESERVES. EXCELLENT ACTIVE DUTY CREW.|
|Spracher, Joe "jody" "baby Doc"||HM3||Jan 1989 – Jan 1991||Medical||Now that I look back on this adventure, I marvel at all that I did and all that we (Mike and I), had accomplished. We never lost a paitent and we practiced medicine as true to civillian medicine as possible. My HM1 was a very good corpsman|
|Jeffrey Norwood, Cooter||mm3||Jan 1, 1989 – Jan 1, 1991||m||fishdog. been looking for anyone.|
|Angulo, Joaquin||STG2||Jan 5, 1989 – Apr 5, 1991||Sonar||Alot of memories both good and bad. But you can't forget the WESPAC this pig was able to do. Not bad for a reserve ship.|
|Schriver, Collin||LT||Jan 7, 1989 – Dec 14, 1991||1st/3rd||Great memories.|
|Towne, Mike||HMC(SW)||Jan 9, 1989 – Jan 9, 1991||X||An Incredible Interesting Time. Thanks|
|Workman, James. Work||Bm3||Mar 15, 1989 –||1st||Some of the best friends I ever had was on the Roark, some of the officers where very good and I'm glad I got to serve with a great crew. Day Lewis Bethune Patterson Owens Green and so many more miss you guys .|
|Haskin, Bradley||MIDN 1/C||Jun 17, 1989 – Jul 13, 1989||Various--But the Ensign I shadowed was assigned to the Engine Room||My onlyexposure to the "Blue Water Navy" on my 1st Class MIDN Cruise. Thanks to the E's who took me under their wing and showed me how the "Real Navy" worked. Short time aboard but a lifetime of memories.|
|Stevens, Trammel Aka Scooter||SMSN||Nov 16, 1989 – 1991||Communications||Checked aboard as fireman class and struck out to the signal bridge with Chief McKay. Decommissioned her in 1991 @ Treasure Island and watch her being towed away.|
|Hanley, Michael||YN2||Dec 1989 – Dec 1991||Admin|
|Reid, Carlton||bm3||Feb 5, 1990 – May 1, 1991||1st|
|Franks, Timothy||IC3||Mar 1990 – Dec 1991||E|
|Ogden, Arthur||MM3||Mar 1990 – Dec 1991||M||ANOgden@aol.com|
|Gee, Donald||GMMSA-GMM3||Apr 1990 – Dec 14, 1991||3rd||Couldnt think of a better ship for someone to start out on. Greatest bunch of guys I've ever meet. Thanks for everything Dean|
|Thompson, Mike||PN3||May 19, 1990 – Dec 1991||admin|
|Hill, Leiws||SA/BM||Jun 1990 – Dec 14, 1991||1ST||GREAT FIRST SHIP TO START ON!!!!|
|Maas, Eric||MS3||Jun 1990 – Dec 14, 1991||Supply||I originally started in the deck division and was placed in the wardroom eventually as the wardroom supervisor. I will never forget TI or the Roark|
|Ho, Phu||EM3||Jul 1990 – Dec 14, 1991|
|Benya, Ray||YNC(SW)||Jul 1990 – Dec 1991||NAV/Admin|
|Taglialavore, Michael||STGC(SW)||Sep 1990 – Dec 1991||3rd|
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|Picariello, Michael||GMGSN||Dec 1990 – Nov 1991||CG||I've got some great memories of the crew aboard that ship. It seems like I spent most of my time either being sea sick or mess "Cranking" in the officers wardroom. Also I remember John Guzman (sp?) and I writing the 12 days of leave : )|
|Rathbone, Bob||MM2 - MM1||Dec 1990 – Dec 14, 1991||A||I was the Santa at The Decom - Christmas Party|
|Picariello, Michael||GMG SN||Dec 30, 1990 – 1991||My first deployment after gun school. I had a great time and met some great people.|
|Bonday, David||YN3||Feb 15, 1991 – Dec 16, 1991||Nav/Admin|
|Simpson, Stanley||SKC||Apr 1991 – Dec 1991||S-1|
There are currently no planned reunions.