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USS Henry Clay (SSBN 625) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Henry Clay (SSBN 625). 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 187 crew members registered for the USS Henry Clay (SSBN 625).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1969 | 1970 – 1975 | 1976 – 1981 | 1982 – 1986 | 1987 – now

Riley, Timothy / The GreaserMachinist Mate1976 – 1981A GangMan I gotta tell you ! I look back on those days and I had a lot of fun ! A lot of crappy times too. Especially being on Restriction down in St Thomas and St Croix ! What a bummer ! I remember a lot of Great Super Guys !
Bressler, Albert (Killer Bee)MM1 (SS)1976 – 1981RLCame on in Portsmouth and made 6 patrols in Holy Loch and Kings Bay. Served with Lt Crandall, IC2 Lascurain, MM1 Ankney., MM1 Reuter, MM2 Riley, MM2 Doughty, MM2 Broschardt, Master Chief Russell, ENCS Haney, MMCM Yarboro
Stimmler, David (Stew Burner)MS2 (SS)Jan 3, 1976 – Jul 4, 1980Food Service / Supply
Walters, PaulMM3Jan 6, 1976 – May 8, 1979A-Gang
Hemphill, Hempymt1(ss)Apr 1976 – Jul 1980missileWifes e.mail address. new at this 21st century stuff.
St. Pierre, John "St. Pete"STS2(SS)May 1976 – Jun 1978
Sutherland, MichaelET2Sep 1976 – Sep 1979RC DivisionThe first year in the shipyard was a nightmare. Post shipyard underway out of Holy Loch or Goose Creek were much better. TY my lead first who threw me to the wolves and taught me how to do it all and how to run a divisio
Cicotte, George, engine room lower level primateMM2(SS) - NUCSep 13, 1976 – May 22, 1978M/ELTMy father was in Army Air Corps, brothers/1 sister in USAF, but I don't like heights. It was only later that I realized what goes up must come down, but what goes down doesn't have to come back up. By then it was too late to un-volunteer
Lapierre, Dennis (Pete)ETCOct 1976 – May 1981RCServed with ET1 Dan Starr, ET1 Arlo Gatchel, ET1 Dan Brockett, ET2 Tom Gallegher, MM3 Tim Riley, MSC Ray Trudeau, EM2 Brian Cook, and "The COB" "Russ of the Buss" Elbert Russell.
Cook, Bryan CookIC2(SS)Oct 20, 1976 – Sep 8, 1980ElectricalWas on the Henry Lemon Clay for the last year of the refueling in Portsmouth and took the boat to Charleston for 5 patrols. Looking for shipmates in that period(Gold) Remember the "LOST"? would love to hear from you
Laws, TomMT11977 – 1980Weapons
Gilmer, EricQM2/ssJan 1977 – Aug 1979Nav/Ops
Whisenand, IkeFTB-2Jan 7, 1977 – Jul 13, 1981Fire Control
Marshall, Michael L.ETN2Jan 10, 1977 – Jan 8, 1980Navigation ETBlue crew. Would love to hear from some of my old crew members.
Morrissey, JamesYN2(SS)Jan 20, 1977 – Dec 22, 1979YeomanHey Shipmates. I wanted to add my name to the crew list. I was logroom Yeoman, did not have to mess cook ha ha, and loved my tour of duty abord Heny Clay. I would live to hear from my shipmates. James J. Morrissey, PhD
Pearson, George (Doc)HM2(SS)Feb 7, 1977 – Jun 1, 1978Medical
Kuhn, CharlesMT1 (SS)Jul 21, 1977 – Feb 25, 1982MT DivisionAlways look back with pride, but glad I quit when I did. Some good times and bad. Really interesting part of my life.
Urquhart, MikeQM1Nov 23, 1977 – Mar 1980QMIggy Castro was Nav. officer. Recently found a Henry Clay lighter with the name Skip on it, out near Bonneau Beach in Moncks Corner in SC!
Walker, RickETN-21978 – Oct 7, 1980NavigationThe move to the 625 after serving on a 640 class was striking. The upgrades that had been incorporated in later classes of FBM's was very evident on the 625. I especially remember that they had real klaxons for diving alarms.
Johnson, Anthonymm 31978 – 1980A
Tannehill, BobMM1(SS)Jan 1978 – Dec 1978LELT/M
Little, DuaneMm1(ss)Feb 2, 1978 – Mar 1985Machinery
Preston, JohnMMI/SSMar 1978 – Mar 1980worked in fantasia(duh, a nuke)I remember the lost and confused, the lemon and who was it, the Monroe, we called her the mud fish cause she got stuck on a sand bar coming into Charleston. We had some great keggers right outside the main gate. Hello shipmates.
Griffith, William (Bill)SN, FTGSN(SS), FTG3(SS)Jun 1978 – Jan 1980Fire ControlDid 2 refits in Holy Loch, 1 in Charleston. Had a hurricane in Charleston in '79 during off-crew. Steve Bracy & Craig Worcester were fellow FT's. Had MCPO Russell for COB (called me Bird, for Big Bird!) Got my dolphins on bridge, no film in
Williams, Glen / WillyFTB2-SSJul 1978 – 1981Blue CrewJoined the sub in the shipyard in Portsmouth in 78 Made patrols out of Charleston & Holy Loch. Xferred to POMFLANT in 81 and left the Navy in May of 83 after 8 yrs service. Been working in Las Vegas the past 30 yrs.
Watson, Vernon "Ernie"LCDRSep 1978 – Mar 1982EngineeringGold Crew Engineering Officer
Davis, CaryTM21979 – 1983weapons
Simons, Bob profile iconMT 1Apr 1979 – May 1985Missile Tech
Cole, BrooksMT2Jun 1979 – Feb 1984Missle Technician Nine patrols total, Holy Lock, Charleston, Kings Bay. tactical launch of four missles around 82.
Watson, James (Mike)YNSN(SS)Jun 1, 1979 – Jul 31, 1982YNLooking to get in touch with old shipmates that served during same time frame as myself.
Meyers, MichaelET1(ss)Aug 1979 – Feb 1981RC
Whittemore, Michael (Skip)RMCS(SS)Nov 1979 – Feb 1983RadioI was the Ops Dept and Radio Division LCPO. Loved my tour on the Henry Clay.
Haynes, Dave profile iconMT21980 – 1984weaponsHoly Lock, Charleston, Kings Bay. tactical launch ,had some good times
Upshur, WayneY N11980 – 1982Adminloved the times in Scotland and Germany-and the off crew in Charleston commuting to the Pentagon
Beausoleil, Ron Nickname (Beau)ET2 (SS)Jan 12, 1980 – Aug 25, 1984NavigationHey guys, I don't throw anything out. Found the in house newspaper, which was better left inhouse. Ha ve good memories from a good group. 22 years, seems like yesterday. Good sailing, from and old balding bubblehead. Give me a holler!!
McKinley, Robert ( Mac)IC2(SS)Nov 1980 – Sep 12, 1984IC
Henke, David (Hank)TM31981 – 1985TM
Jones, RobertSTS2ss1981 – 1983Sonar
Fisher, Rickymt31981 – 1983weaponsHoly Loch, Kings Bay. Would love to hear from any old shipmates from the blue crew.
Videtto, Ronald / Captain VideoE4/IC1981 – 1985IC
Clouse, BrianMM1(ss)Apr 1981 – Sep 1984Engineering
Holmes, TimothySTS2(ss)Aug 17, 1981 – Oct 10, 1983Weapons Div
Spence, GeraldET1Sep 1981 – Mar 1984Navigation
Williamson, TerryMT3Sep 1981 – Mar 1986MT - MTCM (Retired 2003)

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