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USS Bigelow (DD 942) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Bigelow (DD 942). 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 275 crew members registered for the USS Bigelow (DD 942).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1962 | 1963 – 1967 | 1968 – 1971 | 1972 – 1974 | 1975 – 1977 | 1978 – 1980 | 1981 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Kirkhorn, BruceF/N 31968 – Apr 4, 1970MTrying to verify a westpac
Galuszka, RandolphETN21968 – 1971OEThis was my first ship after crypto school. The Bigelow did a few rum runs to Puerto Rico and St Thomas. Just before I transferred in 1971 we were assigned as the flagship of Nato. We went to England, Portugal, Norway, Denmark, Netherlands
Washburn, EdPN3Mar 1968 – Oct 1969Operations - Ship's OfficeMany pictures & memories of places & shipmates: Dave Lane, Phil Pagnoni, Terry McCue, Bob Gaffney, Wilie Miller, Max Langam. Pagnoni & I were on the bridge when we highlined films with USS Scorpion. We were the last to see her B4 she sank
Thomas, DavePO 3RD CLASSMar 1968 – Oct 1969shShips barber...was onboard for shake down cruise to Puerto Rico and the to the Med. (1968) made some good friends and often wonder what happened to those guys! At the time most of us didn't want to be there and now I wish I could go back.
Wood, DennisMR 3 E-4Apr 5, 1968 – Jul 15, 1970R-DIVFirst ship and a great one. A lot of great friendships made a d kept. Went on to the USS PUTNAM in New Orleans to finish out my time. It is kind of ironic the Bigot was at the Carrier docks when i first stepped aboard .
Pouliot, RonaldBT3Sep 1968 – Feb 1972M division It was very interesting to serve back then. To bad they don't have the draft now eliviate the need to extend the volunteers in there now.
Putnam, LewisE5Nov 15, 1968 – Sep 28, 1970M-DIVLOOKING FOR SHIP MATES THAT MAY REMEMBER ME FROM THE THE ENGINE REPAIR DIV. CALL ME 404-889-3086
Guzman, EliGMGSNNov 20, 1968 – Dec 19, 1972
Guzman, EliGUNNER MATEDec 8, 1968 – Dec 19, 19722NDSAD TO SEE HER GO..NATO SINKEX APRIL, 2003
Lane, DaveYNCM - RETDec 24, 1968 – Jan 19711st & then Logroom YeomanIt's surprising after serving 28 years in the Navy that the special memories and remembered shipmates are from my first tour aboard Bigelow. I'm looking for Bigelow stories on the gun mount explosion on April 20th, 1967. And after 1971.
Calandrillo, FrankFN1969 – 1971mMy wife and I organize the ship's reunions. Contact us to make sure we have your contact information. Next reunion is being planned for October 2017. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE
Bowles, William (Bill)BT11969 – 1973BI STARTED OUT IN THE AFT FR. LATER I BUILT A CAL LAB IN A FAN ROOM ON THE STARBOARD FORECASTLE WHERE I SPENT MUCH OF MY TIME. I STOOD BT TOP WATCH IN BOTH FIREROOMS.
Gilbertson, AlRD21969 – 1971o1made the North Atlantic
Porciuncula, William E.(porsch)F/NJan 1969 – Dec 17, 1971M & E
Cooper, RobertPN1Feb 1, 1969 – Feb 3, 1970PERSONNELMIGHTY FINE SHIP AND A GREAT BUNCH OF SHIPMATES. WE HAD THE BEST COOKS EVER.
Condray, SteveSM-3Mar 3, 1969 – Mar 3, 1971communications 40 50 foot swells near artic circle nato cruise 71 jamaica vacations hung out with porciuncula barger ed conley i just saw bigelow going down dont know whats worse seeing her sunk or seeing her in philly ship yard
Smith, GaryFTG2May 1969 – Nov 19732nd2 NATO cruises, sailed north of the Arctic Circle, shadowed some Russian subs, drank wine and ate cheese in main batt plot while underway. Those were the good old days, even if we didn't know it at the time.
Falati, William "Mike"ETR2May 1969 – May 1974Electronic TechnicianI just recently realized that there is a web site for the 942 and I am very excited to see some familiar names. I understand that there is a reunion on October 10-13, 2010 in New Jersey. email me at wmffisher@gmail.com
Hanna, TomStg 3Jun 11, 1969 – Feb 23, 1973A/Sanyone in A/S Div from 1969 till 1973, text me 386-748-2850.
Bowles, WIIam (Bill)BT1Sep 1969 – Sep 1973BAft Fire Rm
Melfi, Steve/alphics3Nov 1969 – Oct 1971commisaryGreat memories... Puerto Rico, St Thomas Gitmo, was on board when we hit a sand bar in the north atlantic in the winter. Holt gunners mate? Giodono from Pitsburg. Angel. 1st class Eaton. I ended up in Viet Nam.
Barone, JoeE2Nov 1969 – Dec 1970DECKI remeber the friends i made & the great chow from our cook POPS STOTTLEMYRE,he made our steaks to order..TV/movie night in the mess hall was fun too!! Capt.D.W.SIMONS was awesome too.Anyone from that era,contact me !
Kandzior, HenryE31970 – 1972
Steenbergen Van, Jansailer first clas1970 – 1971dutch navyI was sailing with te USS Bigelow for 2 weeks as een sonar man. I was sailing on te Isaac Zweers from the dutch Navy. I was a friend of Terry Reynolds and a guy named Tom.
Conley, EdSM3Feb 22, 1970 – Nov 30, 1973OCI remember standing on the bridge wing in the north Atlantic and seeing waves on both sides of the ship that were above the level I was at!
Estes, MikeSTG 2Apr 1970 – Jan 1975AS2 North Atlantic, half a Med, and dozens of "booze" runs to the Carribbean.
Bradley, JohnFTG3Jun 1970 – Mar 1974Gun Fire Control
Reynolds, TerrySTG-1Aug 1, 1970 – Jan 15, 1973ASThis is the Wonderboy checking in to all in the AS Division that did the STANAVFORLANT North Atlantic Cruises during my time of the Bigelow, and anyone who was in or remembers the ships band Foul Weather Parade in 1972.
Marcotte, Mike profile iconRM3Oct 14, 1970 – Jun 28, 1974CommunicationsStarted out in first div, made a nato, struck radioman went to a school,came back and made another nato. a few carib jaunts remember tim mcniel's 650 yamaha
Himes, Dennis (Hydro)BT31971 – Jul 10, 1973B
Skrant, Lawrence (Larry)OS21971 – 1973radarmanMade both North Atlantic cruises. Served with John Sabo, Dick Brown, Wesley Rubinich, George Adams
Williams, Staunchis (Stan)SNFeb 1971 – Aug 1973OEI probably mess cooked so long everyone probably thougt I was a cook. Finally got settled in as a ET striker. Had a brother on the ship also. Fortunately he was a cook so I never went hungry. Had the opportunity to go on 2 NATO cruises.
Adams, BarryHT2May 20, 1971 – Nov 7, 1972
Johnson, MikeRM3Jun 1971 – Jun 1973
Stahlbock, JamesMM2Jun 7, 1971 – 1974M
Collins, RalphSK3Jun 12, 1971 – Jan 14, 1973SupplyMade the second NATO cruse in 1972. Dropped anchor in the Thames river outside London on the 4th of July. Had the time of our lives.
Johnson, MikeRM3Jun 30, 1971 – Jul 27, 1973
Holloway, JimE-4 GMG3Aug 1971 – Sep 1975SecondWould like to hear from any FT's, or Gunnersmates that served w/me '71-'75.
Lewis, Mark profile iconOS2Aug 27, 1971 – Jun 19, 1973OIDid NATO Cruise in 1972. Got out before the ship went to the Yards in Norfolk in '73. Served in CIC with Chief Pressley, George Allen, Larry Skrant, Dick Brown, and John Sabo. Ens. Charlie Beck followed me to UF Law.
Barry, WatsonHT3Sep 1971 – Aug 1973NATO cruise 6/72 to 12/72.
Watson, BarryHT3Sep 1971 – Aug 1973Engineering
Harrold, AlexST3Oct 1971 – Apr 1973NATO cruise, June-Dec. '72
Harrold, AlexSTG3Oct 1, 1971 – Mar 21, 1973ASLOOKING for anyone who remembers the band FOUL WEATHER PARADE from the NATO cruise in 1972, July through December
Brown, RayMR3Oct 2, 1971 – Nov 7, 1973Can be contacted by email Rat7734@hotmail.com
Child, Roger "Bo"GMG3Dec 1971 – Sep 1975Gunnery

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