Reunions


SHIPMATES: SEA CLASSICS publishes Naval/marine reunion announcements as a FREE public service in all but the January-February-December issues. Allow 60-days minimum lead time for your notice to appear. Notices MUST BE TYPEWRITTEN and contain only the basic information - who, what, where and when.

Associations should also be aware that our BULK SUBSCRIPTION PROGRAM is a very effective method of raising funds for your organizations. For more information write to the address below. To assure that notices appear as early as possible, the envelope MUST BE ADDRESSED to:

REUNION NOTICES

SEA CLASSICS MAGAZINE

9509 VASSAR AVE., UNIT A

CHATSWORTH, CA 91311-0883

2008

PROPOSED

USS Arnold J. Lisbell (DD-869). Fall 2008 at Boston, MA. Contact: Barry Dahlberg, 596 Grey St., Geneva, IL 60134; (708) 203-1445; evba@ameritech.net

USS Brame (DO-630). Proposed 2008 at Pensacola, FL. Contact: Dale Burmeister, 7507 W 350 N, Michigan City, IN 46360; (219) 874-7240; daledeeb@comcast.net

USS Gtowr(F-1098VAGDE-1/AGrT-1). Proposed 2008 at Marblehead, MA. Contact: Patrick "Bam" Bamrick, 2020 Poplar, Port Huron Ml 48060; (810) 533-5561; seasnake64@yahoo.com

USS r/opew8//(DD-681). Date TBD 2008 at San Diego, CA. Contact: Noel Nichols, 15 Locust St., Norwich, NY13815; 607-336-3225; Hopewell.DD681@hotmail.com

USS Home (DLG-30/CG-30). In planning for 2008 at Washington, DC. Contact: Joe Westerberg, ic1@usshome.net

Intruder A-6 Association. Date TBD 2008 at San Diego, CA. Contact: Rupe Owens, chaiiman@intruderassociation.org

USS Joett (DLG7CG29). Date TBD 2008 at Orlando, FL. Contact: Herman Touchet, tutzec1@cox.net\ www.ussjouett.com

USS Johnston (DD-821 ). Date TBD 2008 at Chicago, IL. Contact: Joe Oliver, 42419 Dusty Trail, Murrieta, CA 92562; Joliver821@verizon.net

USS Jonas Ingram (DD-938). Date TBD 2008 at Philadelphia, PA. Contact: Pete Ventola, 28 Circle Dr., Rockaway, NJ 07866; (973) 627-7491; pete.ventola@att.net

1960-1970 Tromboners (VS-29) personnel. Date and place TBD. Contact: Bruce Nordwall www.vs29.org

USS San Diego (AFS-6). Date TBD 2008 at Norfolk, VA. Contact: Walter Cox, wvcox915@aol.com or- Brian Lewke, PO Box 744, Kenmore, NY14217; ralphbkramden@msn.com

USS Tarawa (CV-40/CVA-40/CVS-40) and LHA1. Date TBD 2008 at Charleston, SC. Contact: Charlie Huck, 2842 Old Evansvilie Rd., New Harmony, IN 47631; (812) 682-4219; ashuck@evansville.net - or for LHA-1 : Malcolm (Mike) Lanham, 2254 Long Ridge, Elkview, WV 25071-9026; TarawaLHA1@aol.com

USS Amphion (AR-13). Date TBD 2008 at Mobile, AL. Contact: Lloyd Stagg, (850) 944-3302; www.mlrsinc.com/amphion

USS Cavalier (APA). Date TBD 2008 in Tacoma, WA Contact: Tom Wolder (417) 345-0082; tomwolder62@yahoo.com

MARCH

USS Allen M. Sumner (DD-692). 1 May 2008 at Charleston, SC. Contact: Joe Gall, 56 Amsterdam Ave., Tonawanda, NY14150-5416; (716) 6922697; ams692@aol.com

Patrol Squadron Ninety (VP-90). 7-9 March 008 at NAS Pensacola, FL. Contact: Ron Hilson, (850) 497-1141

USS Buchanan (DDG-14). 12 March 2008 at San Diego, CA. Contact: Tim Nightingale, 152 37th Dr. SW, Vero Beach, FL 32968-3166; (596) 202-2202; tbnightingale@comcast.net

USS Hopewell (DD-681). 17-21 March 2008 at San Diego, CA. Contact: Noel Nichols, USS Hopewell Association, PO Box 681, East Rochester, NY14445; (585) 381-9538; Hopewell_DD681@hotmail.com

USS Cowell (DD-547). 26-30 March 2008 at Greenville, SC. Contact: L.D. Salley, 19 Auburn St., Greenville, SC 29609-4043; 864-268-3365; lsalley@bellsouth.net

USS Noa (DD-841 ). 26 March 2008 at Jacksonville, FL. Contact: Bruce Lindeman, (904) 247-7987

APRIL

USS Arcadia (AD-23). April 2008 at Mobile, AL. Contact: USS Arcadia, PO Drawer 11399, Hickory, NC 28603; (828) 256-6008

USS Wren (DD-568). 2 April 2008 at Mobile, AL. Contact: Jim Warner, 3431 Donald Ave. …

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