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USS Parsons (DDG 33) Crew List

The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Parsons (DDG 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 241 crew members registered for the USS Parsons (DDG 33).

Select the period (starting by the reporting year): precomm – 1968 | 1969 – 1971 | 1972 – 1974 | 1975 – 1977 | 1978 – 1980 | 1981 – now

NameRank/RatePeriodDivisionRemarks/Photo
Uffelman, Dan (Friar Tuck)IC-51975 – 1978Ememory a little foggy remember jerry lack jt lawrence bello cheif angel lovelace hanzalik hated long times at sea loved times in port had great times at apartment in yokuska also remember paul pryor and george zuccone
Norman, StevenEN31975 – 1978A/RAustralia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Phillipines, Korea, Pakistan and even Iran. Our little boat following the Midway around. Do you remember the fleet tug sinking right next to our shIp? If you remember me, drop me a line
Olson, JohnOS2Apr 2, 1975 – Dec 20, 1979OILots of good time with the best OI division in the navy. It wasn't easy but we got it done and had plenty of beer afterward.
Harless, TimE-3 TMMay 10, 1975 – May 21, 1977ASWwent from boatswainmate to torpeedomans mate.ported in Yokosuka then went all over pussan,Guam,sea of Japan,sidney,phillippines,tiwan,tipia, Hong Kong just everywhere,Ill never forget any of it or the people I served with.a big salute to all thanx.
Worth, JimYNCJul 1975 – Jul 1978AdminLooking for anyone who remembers me
Graslie, JamesETN2Aug 1975 – Sep 1977OERetired January 2000 as an ETCM, still living in Yokosuka, working at SRF Comabat Systems. Visit my website www.graz-web.com Lots of old Yoko Pictures.
Cassidy, MartyOS3Sep 1975 – Oct 1977OIMany great memories of friends and fun during my time on the Parsons. Also alot of challenging times but they are long since forgotten.
Willard, Jeff (Rat)GMTSNSep 1975 – May 1977sonarI know your out there. A big group of us went to boot camp together. Then off to the parsons. I remember Kevin Whitehead. Do you still live at the beach
Romo, HectorE2Sep 15, 1975 – May 10, 19771 stServed on board 2 years station in japan went to hong kong P.I. pusan.Had a great time would like to say hi to old friends.
McPhillips, JohnMM2Oct 1975 – Dec 1978M After Engine RoomAlmost 30 years later and I still talk about all the great times on board and on liberty...Crossing the equator, Subic Bay, Australia, Pusan, Hong Kong. Somehow all the bad fades and the good stuff remains!!
Steel, JamesEW2Oct 1975 – Oct 1977OIWas a great time on Parsons.. Except for the July 4, 1976 recall. Really enjoyed all the good times and places visited. It is good to see a few names here I remember from those days. Wish all the very best.
Casey, TomQM2Oct 1975 – Sep 1977QuartermasterGreat times and travel on the Parsons - met some great people and hope all are well.
Mendez, JoseSeaman/E-3Dec 1975 – Sep 19771STRemembering great times with Hector Romo & David Crespo. Chief Boats Rietter
Lack, Gerald(Jerry) profile iconicfn1976 – 1977Efriar tuck saw your post, yes I,m still kickin great times had by all. Zig Zag club aladin great honch storeys the
Carver, AlOS2Jan 1976 – Jan 1979OIMy first ship in my so far 29 year career (still active duty). You never forget your first. What an experience.
Murray, Ronny (Rc)BTFN-BT-3Jan 1976 – Jun 1978B Forward Fire RoomMy first of 4 . Had some great times on the Pissy P. I remember getting ESCORTED back to the ship a few times.lol Check out (my space at myspace.com) Miss You Guys !!!
Chappell, RussellMS3Jan 1, 1976 –A Gang / SupplyMy first ship! Will never forget all the good or the bad. Left the ship as a Shell back and an MS3. Loved being the Commodore's driver for a year and climbing Mt. Fuji. Will never forget the P.I., made some great friends
Kelly, KevinFNJan 4, 1976 – Jan 4, 1978
Paris, RichardSH2Feb 1976 – Oct 1978SupplyWas an interesting tour. When I reported on board we were top heavy with SH2's My best memmories are of the times spent at Ikes' on the Honch.
Beelby, MikeLTFeb 1976 – Aug 1977Ops
Keys, KurtSTG2Mar 10, 1976 – May 18, 19793rd
Broekhuizen, GregBT3May 1976 – 1979bwas in forward fireroom had a gerat time, was on her in longbeach when they tow her to be sunk, i could belive it, i was on the buchanan ddg14 walk out on deck and saw her. walk around her for while until some yard rat told me to l
Mitchell, SlyYN3May 24, 1976 – Jul 2, 1978AdminServed in Yokusa. Worked in admin office as YNSN-YN3. Played on ship's Basketball and softball teams. Man, what a time that was in my life! Cruised the Orient, and loved every minute of it. Retired in 1997as YNC(SW)
Duprie, Jr., HaroldSH3Jul 1976 – Sep 1978I had a great time onboard. And reccomed it to anyone. We also had the best softball team in the 7 Fleet, remember wining the Gymkanna tournment.
Clark, LyleE-4Aug 20, 1976 – Aug 25, 1982!st Div./ Deck Div.Looking to reconnect with shipmates.
Harney, ShaneSTGSep 19, 1976 – Sep 24, 1978ASWSo long ago.
Hunroe, GordonPNCSep 30, 1976 – Oct 9, 1979Would like to hear from any CPO'S who served onboard during SEP 76 to OCT 79.
Thomas, DougSH3Oct 1976 – Oct 1978SupplyI really enjoyed my time on the ship, I miss going to all the old ports and hanging out on the fantail lissening to music from the ships band
Eggleston, FrankMACHINISTS MATE 3RD CLASSOct 1976 – Jul 1982MI worked in engineroom # 2. Now I work in Wastewater Treatment, go figure. Retire in 4 years. Call me.Would be great to converse with some of the guys I knew for that tumultuous period of my life.
Whitehead, KevinSTG2Nov 1976 – Nov 1978ASWtrying to locate Sonar Techs Crazy Dave Kearney, Bill Meehan, Paul Coon TM2 Jesse Avara
Mayes, JoeHNNov 1976 – Mar 1978Hospital CorpsmanWOW!!What great times. I gave a lot of shots back then, especially in PI. Would love to reconnect. Remember lots of great travels and great times. especially in Austrailia.
Kozak, Danielms3Nov 1, 1976 – Oct 1, 1978supplyGreat fun with a great crew.Sorry about putting raw oysters on the food line.Going kangaroo hunting in Australia was a blast.Shell back unforgettable times.
Clark, LyleSNDec 27, 1976 – Dec 23, 1978DeckI would like to reconnect with all my pals on the Parsons. We did a good job out there. We had a lot of good times and experiences. Hello to all my former shipmates.
Sandusky, PatrickGMM31977 – 1979Wow, where has time gone. DDG-33 was my first ship and what an eye opening experience it was traveling half way around the world just to report for duty. What an awesome adventure. Thanks for the memories!
Brunton, BlakeFTGSN1977 – 1979FOX
Tuenge, DouglasBM21977 – 19791st
Rice, WesleyETN2Jan 1977 – Jan 1979OE Division
Eggleston, FrankMM3Jan 1, 1977 – Apr 10, 1979MMHey, I'm just trying to find some of my former shipmates and talk about all the good/weird/strange times we had while floating around on that tin can.
Sutheimer, DaveBT3Mar 1977 – Oct 1979B
Sutheimer, Dave "Sutie"BT2Mar 1977 – Jun 1979B
Schulte, JamesBT3Mar 15, 1977 – Aug 15, 1979Boiler TechGood times...Great memories...even greater regrets (all good)...
Shank, Matthew profile iconRM2Apr 1977 – Mar 1979OCBest tour of duty in my short 10 yrs. There is a USS Parsons DD-949,DDG-33 on FB - I have about 120 pictures of crew and ship there. I could use help putting names to faces. We were a great crew!
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Eggleston, FrankApr 1, 1977 – Jun 1, 1979
Myers, MartyE3Aug 11, 1977 – May 1979R divisionsaw this site and thought why not try to see what my old shipmates were up to these days. Boy did have some crazy times
Long, KevinBM2Aug 15, 1977 – Jun 23, 19801stI really can't say anything good about the pissie P except some great shipmates other then that jerk chief BMC tucker what a jerk. Retired from the Navy as BMCS in Port Orchard Washington
Anders, Joseph (Andy)ET3Sep 1977 – May 1980OEI had a BLAST!! My first ship and intro to at sea navy life. I miss a lot of you guys. Man we had a CRAZY C.O. during the Iranian Hostage Crisis. Anyway, many, many good memories and ports of call!
Warner, DougET2Oct 1977 – Oct 1979OELots of great memories. Fair winds and following seas to all who served aboard her.
Smit, JerryEM3Oct 9, 1977 – Oct 10, 1979E-Hello to all that have served aboard the Parsons. I was discharged from the Navy in 80' and then re-enlisted into the Reserves in 90'. I am just back fronm one years recall to Sasebo Japan. I was promoted to CPO. Sasebo hasn't changed a bit
Mauriello, JohnMM3Dec 1977 – Dec 1978MMy first ship ..worked in #2 Engine Room ... Had some of the best of times. Wish I could find some of my old shipmates. Wade Evans bill Peterson Bob redkey ..we had a blast those two years steaming and out of yokosuka

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