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USS Simon Lake (AS 33) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Simon Lake (AS 33). 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 1264 crew members registered for the USS Simon Lake (AS 33).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1964 | 1965 – 1967 | 1968 – 1969 | 1970 – 1971 | 1972 – 1973 | 1974 – 1975 | 1976 – 1977 | 1978 – 1979 | 1980 – 1981 | 1982 – 1983 | 1984 – 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Hughes, Gerald JPETTY OFFICER 3RD CLASS1968 – 1971Damage Control
Crowell, Bobbytm31968 – Aug 1971w-5 w-1
Jenkins, Robert Skipcommisarymen 2nd class1968 – 1970supply
Seidler, Mark/ SiBT-21968 – 1971EngineringServed aboard with my brother Raymond in Scotland the on to Charleston, through the Panama Canel to Bremerton. Left as BT-2 Meet some good people and had good times. I retiered as a BTCS
Miller, Earl (E Y)EM1Jan 3, 1968 – Jun 15, 1970R5Looking for Laird Brown SF1 , Lt Gerald P Hansen, Ray Killoran EM1 Planning Shop 68-70
Mindermann, JohnETN-3Jan 7, 1968 – Jan 7, 1970R-4 Submarine Antenna ShopGreat duty, good crew,loved Holy Loch & Scotland then and ever since. Flew over Holy Loch May 2004. Sad to see it empty. Remember riding the box-L aound the QE-II upon my arrival on the Clyde. Small town Scotland has NOT changed in 35 years !
Keith, RichardDC3Feb 10, 1968 – Feb 6, 1970Damage ControlRemember the time spent in Scotland and aboard Simon Lake? Lets talk of old memories.
Cannon, DerlMM3Mar 1968 – May 1970R2 Shop-38Worked in Shop-38 Outside Machine Shop and on the boats a lot. Enjoyed serving with all you men. Enjoyed seeing Scotland. Worked on the Dry Dock as TAD while we put the subs through there. derlcannon@yahoo.com email me.
Wilson, LouisMM1Mar 14, 1968 – Apr 27, 1971AGANGLpo for O2N2 plant
Holley, JimGMT-2Mar 28, 1968 – Mar 30, 1971W-3Great ship and crew. Holy Loch was beautiful
Shehane, FredETR3May 1968 – Jun 1969R-4The few days we spent underway was what I liked the most. Scotland has some beautiful countryside and the people were friendly. I enjoyed my time there!
Taylor, FrankMMCMay 2, 1968 – Sep 24, 1969eng.
Frett, Richard/ FrettyIM2May 25, 1968 –Looking for guys I served with
Tatum, MalcolmSF1Jun 21, 1968 – Dec 15, 1970R-1worked as nuke welder in weld shop.
Burroughs, Carl profile iconE-4Jul 1968 – Jun 1971R-3Feel free to contact me at cdbcdby@yahoo.com Looking foe Joe Hopkins EN3
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Crosby, FredDM2Aug 1968 – May 1970REPAIR
Wick, EdSFP2Aug 1968 – Sep 1969R1
Thompson, RickSK3Aug 1968 – Dec 1971S1I think about my service periodically. I was very fortunate to have served on the Simon Lake, and I now make my home in Washington State, near one of our destination cruises.
Morrison, Clydethird class petty officerNov 15, 1968 – Jul 15, 1970dc divisionwould like to get in touch with old buddies from dc division and others. never forgot the good times and good friends. ph 512-658-7180
Rust, Tomtm3Dec 20, 1968 – Nov 1971w-1mk-45 torpedo shop.
Hough, JosephTM31969 – 1970WeaponsTorpedo maintenance/repair
Wunder, StephenSF-21969 – 1971Repair Pipe Shop
Blake, Dansn1969 – 1970cook
Coleman, John (Pops)RM21969 – 1972RADIOI STARTED ON THE LAKE IN HOLY LOCH SCOTLAND AND ENDED IN ROTA SPAIN. GREAT BUNCH OF GUYS, BEST FRIENDS I EVER HAD. I WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM SOME OF YOU GUYS BUT IF YOU E-MAIL PUT SIMON LAKE AS THE SUBJECT
Grams, DaleFTG21969 – 1971W2Actually went to the Canopus in Rota from the Simon Lake Got out from there in 1971 Doing this for Dale, my late husband who passed away 2005. Hope someone remembers him and would like to share some of our memories.
Knight, JohnE81969 – 1990I DivisionI division. Simon Lake, Holland and Hunley
Rutledge, JohnGMT31969 – 1972W-3I grew up on her...enabled me to go to Univ. of Mich upon separation. Retired in 1993 as an Air Force Captain (EOD)
Sebold, Thomas (Seeb)E41969 – 1971LithographyJoined the ship in Holy Loch right out of boot camp. Rode her to Bremerton then to Charleston, S. C. Then transferred to Pensacola, Fl. I can still remember those duty damage control team drills! Haha
Johnson, Stu (Johnny)SNFeb 9, 1969 – Nov 18, 1972Boats, deck-3Joined crew in Holy Loch, rode her across the atlantic in Jun70 to Chas SC thru the canal and stood firewatch in Bremerton(refit for Posiedons)...back thru canal...shake down in Cuba, New London CN, finally Chas SC weapons station - Great Duty
Tennant, GeorgeTM3Mar 10, 1969 – Dec 6, 1971W-5, W-1Division name changed, though my assignment remained Torpedo Repair Division
Klim, DonFNApr 1969 – Nov 1970DCARRIVED IN SCOTLAND AFTER BOOT, STEAMED TO CHARLSTON, THRU THE CANAL TO FRISCO THEN BREMERTON. I LOOKED FOREWARD TO BEING AT SEA AND TRAVERSING THE PANAMA CANAL. TRANSFERRED TO THE CB'S AND MADE ELECTRICITY AS AN ELECTRICIAN(CE2) IN KENETRA MOROCC
Ensminger, JohnTM2May 12, 1969 – Jul 10, 1970W13rd.Holy Loch tour. Rode ship to Bremerton yards, went Armed Forces Police in Seattle. Rode back to Charleston & transferred back to Holy Loch before GITMO. Steered ship both ways & all the way through the Panama Canal.
Duncan, RodneyDT3Jun 1969 – Aug 6, 1971Dental
Slack, PaulEN-3Jul 1969 – Aug 1971M-divisionHolylock; Bremerton; Charleston Stood throttle watch in Gitmo.
Walker, TomLTSep 1969 – Mar 1971Repair
Heishman, DennisPM2Sep 11, 1969 – Jul 1, 1973r1I worked in the pattern shop, I enjoyed scotland. I loved the ship and the work I did . I enjoy the many pictures of the ship on the internet.
Berkley, GeorgeFA E2Oct 1969 – 1972EngineeringI joined the ships crew out of bootcamp in Oct. 1969 in Holy Loch Scotland. We later went onto Bremerton Wa. for a 9 month refitting in the dry dock. A year and a half in Charleston SC. and then onto to Rota Spain.
Menuey, JoelSK3Oct 1, 1969 – Nov 7, 1971S1 StorekeepersI was happy to get an early out,that I didn't get address of my friends aboard.So I didn't keep in contact with anyone, except AustinClemmer.If any one reading this remembers me.contact @275 S.PineSt.Dexter.MN 5075846431
Berter, JohnSNOct 6, 1969 – Apr 9, 1971S3I worked in the ship's barber shop. I had a great time in Scotland and hope to make to make it to the reuinion in 05
Hannan, BobRM2Oct 29, 1969 – Nov 1972OPERATIONS/NAVIGATION STARTED ON THE LAKE AS A SEAMAN IN OCTOBER 1969 & LEFT AS AN RM-2 IN NOVEMBER OF 72. SOME OF MY BEST FRIENDS EVER & FONDEST MEMORIES WERE DURING THAT TIME.
Frank Piccione, FranticfrankSNNov 1969 – Sep 1972DeckMADE SOME GOOD FRIENDS SO SAD WE LOST CONTACT.GOT ON AT BREMINGTON WASHINGTON WENT THROUGH THE CANAL,TO GITMO,VIRGINA,NEW LONDON.THEN SOUTH CAROLINA.HAVE GOOD MEMORIES AND GREAT STORIES.
Long, BrianSK3Nov 22, 1969 – Jun 10, 1971S-5
Koch, MartySK2Dec 1969 – Apr 1973Supply
Aellis, BobSK2Dec 9, 1969 – 1972S1
Buller, RonE-2Dec 13, 1969 – Dec 12, 1971S-1I worked with Ed Joynes, Oly Olsen and Fres Stassel. Also was in boat crew at Charleston . Living in remote Alaska now. Life is beautiful !! Go Navy !!! Hovercraft builder and owner. Looks like it could be a Navy p

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