The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Sargent Bay (CVE 83). 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 26 crew members registered for the USS Sargent Bay (CVE 83).
|Deganne, Joseph E||BM/2/C||1942 – 1945||Second|
|Gallegos, Ernest, Ernie||1942 – 1945|
|Couture, Emmanuel/frenchy||MACH. MATE 2ND CLASS (T) V-6 USNR||Aug 15, 1942 – Dec 10, 1945||Also served on the USS Griffin. Not sure of dates. Info submitted by one of his daughters, Rosie|
|Carlson, Russell||SK2||Dec 13, 1942 – Apr 6, 1946||S||Enjoyed the time with crew members. Lest we never forget!|
|Mahoney, Eugene||Aviation Machinist's Mate, Third Class||1943 – 1946||Composite Squadron 79||Information added by his family|
|Bailey, Charles A.||AMM(H) 2/C||Feb 10, 1943 – Mar 12, 1946||CV-83 Air Squadron||Charles was my Father. He serverd as an aviation machinist mate-hydraulics on the USS Sargent Bay during WWII. He died on March 25, 2013. He used to tell stories about his experiences during the war.|
|McCaslin, Lee H.||CWT||Feb 25, 1943 – 1945||B||I am registering my Father. Some of my info may be incorrect as I have limited info on his rank etc. I know he said he was in charge of the ships ballast and was also a fireman. I would like to hear from survivors.|
|Allen, Clifton H (Sharpie Or One Way Allen)||RDM3C||Mar 25, 1943 – Jul 15, 1945||V3||If you served in my Division, please contact me, I would be pleased to exchange information with you.|
|Totman, Stanley||Seaman First Class||Aug 27, 1943 – Apr 3, 1946||VC79||Would like to talk/email with others from CVE 83/VC79. Have some photos. Was Aviation Machinist, then during "Magic Carpet" was Baker.|
|Wintermute, Jerry||SEAMAN FIRST CLASS||Sep 9, 1943 – Apr 14, 1946||Chaplain's Assistant||Ship's Historian|
|Pantaze, George D.||RDM 1/C||Nov 15, 1943 – Mar 27, 1946||V3||Would love to hear from all V3 Division Members and any others who would like to talk nostalgia of our youth! HA!|
|Gundlach 1944-45, Wilbur||LT.||1944 –||Flew missions and never even knew the name of my Radio-Gunner. Any possibility we could find each other so I can express my heart felt thanks and appreciation for trusting me with your life.|
|Monahan, William||1944 –||Navy|
|Baker, Clarence Robert||1944 – 1945||All I know is that my Grandfather served on this ship. He died in November of 1972 a couple of days after my birth. I would love to hear from anyone who knew him.|
|Fielitz, Raymond "Ray"||1944 – 1946||N/A||I recently found out my grandpa Raymond Fielitz served a couple of years on the USS Sargent Bay. He has already passed away and I would really like to find out if anyone remembers him and/or what he did during his time in the service.|
|Ludovissy, Earl||Fireman||1944 – 1945||engineering||My father, Earl P Ludovissy, served on the USS Sargent Bay. He died in 1954 when I was only three. I would love to hear rom any one who served on the ship. My e-mail is email@example.com Thank you|
|Miller, Charles Doctor||Lt. Cmdr.||1944 – 1945||Dental Corps||Ship's dentist. Deceased May 1992. Entry submitted by son, Charles Jr., a Vietnam vet.|
|Pieracci, Duilio||Seaman 1st Class||1944 – 1946||Sgt bay||Duilio was my father. I have a picture of the Seargent Bay given to him by the Navy upon his discharge.|
|Wittmier, Daniel Alexander||S1c||1944 – 1946||Unknown||Dan was my father. He served between Dec. 43 to Apr. 46, exact time on Sgt Bay is unknown. He did not speak much about the time. I do remember he and my uncle Robert talking about being on the guns during attack.|
|Weatherstone, James/ "The Beast"||RM 2||Mar 9, 1944 – Jun 2, 1946||Communications||Hello, shipmates. As a member of the original crew, I send you all my good wishes. Been looking for other radio men- John Schneider particularly. Have not found him- please contact me with any info...!|
|Canpbell, Robert||MOMM 2/C||Mar 12, 1944 – Mar 16, 1946||A||On ship from start to finish. Battle station Captains Gig. Have complete Muster roll of Ships Co.|
|Campbell, Robert D.||MOMM 2/C||Mar 12, 1944 – Mar 3, 1946||A||Was i A division on board CVE 83|
|Sweeney, Lyndal H||ADRC||Apr 1944 – Aug 1945||AVIATION CV-79||LEFT TO FOR THE USS KEARSARGE AFTER WW II,LATER THE BLUE ANGELS,VW-4, WITH VP-5 DURING VIET NAM,RETIRED AS LEADING CHIEF IN 1968.KNOWN AS "ROSCOE",WENT ON TO HEAD UP THE "STAG BAR" AT NAS JAX CPO CLUB.ALIVE AND WELL IN JAX IN 2005.|
|Plumstead, Arthur "Art"||S1c||Apr 1944 – Nov 1945||H Division||I have an on line album of over 100 pictures named USS Sargent Bay CVE 83 to view do a search on "art_plum" without the quotes. Thousands have visited this album.
Thanks to S1c Wintermute for some of them.|
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|Walker, Russell||SC1||Aug 17, 1944 – May 2, 1946||unknown||This is my grandfather. He didn't tell me much. Most of the info is from naval records I requested. I think he was a machinist or welder. I know he worked or repaired planes though. A young sailor.|
|George, Louis||SEAMAN||Apr 19, 1945 – Jul 1946||radar|
There are currently no planned reunions.