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USS Pompano (SS-181)

 

The following men were lost while serving on USS Pompano (SS-181). 

Click on a man's name to go to his personal memorial page on this site.  Photographs and personal information are needed as indicated in the column at right.

Research into the loss of this vessel is presently being conducted.

 
  Name Photo
1

Don Earl Allen

 Yes
2

Leonard McGuire Anstine

 Yes
3

Jesse Leo Appel

 Yes
4

John Joseph Bennett

 Yes
5

Robert Dudley Bissell

 Yes
6

Carl Blum

 Needed
7

George Savage Brooks, Jr.

 Yes

8

James Joseph Buckley

 Yes
9

Herbert Andrew Calcaterra*

 Yes

10

Robert William Carlson

 Yes
11

Robert Fulton Case

 Yes
12

Leo Earnest Caskey

 Yes
13

William Omer Christian

 Yes
14

Huston Quinn Cravens

 Needed
15

Chester Alonza Delbridge

 Yes
16

William Woodrow Wilson Dennis

 Yes
17

George Edward Eaves

 Yes

18

Charles Frederick Feazelle

 Yes
19

George Albert Gaffney, Jr.

 Yes

20

Edward Joseph Galloway

 Yes
21

Sherman Ganious

 Yes
22

Veldean Gipson

 Yes
23

John Felix Graeflin

 Needed
24

Lowell Keith Gray

 Yes
25

Robert Richard Gross

 Yes
26

Hiram Paul Guess

 Yes

27

Donald Sidney Hanson

 Yes
28

John Walter Hanson

 Yes
29

William Wilson Hastings

 Needed
30

Theo Phillis Helms

 Yes
31

Robert Buchanan Jenckes

 Yes
32

John David Jenkins

 Yes

33

George Alfred Jennings

 Yes
34

Otis Peyton Johnigan

 Yes
35

Stanley Ford Johnson

 Needed
36

Martin Luther Keesee

 Yes
37

Fred Joseph Kirschbaum

 Yes
38

John Henry Lassiter

 Yes
39

Eugene George Laux

 Yes

40

Wesley Lewis Leonard

 Yes

41

Robert Lorenz

 Yes
42

Charles Arthur Madden

 Yes
43

Raymond Lorne Mansfield

 Yes

44

Donald Paul Masucci

 Yes

45

Cleo Locke Matthews

 Yes

46

Thomas Patrick McGrath

 Yes

47

William George Messerschmidt

 Needed

48

Robert Gene Meyer

 Yes
49

William Alfred Mikkelson

 Yes

50

Arthur Martin Moitz

 Yes

51

Raymond Dale Morgan

 Yes

52

Bernard Joseph O'Connell

 Yes
53

Jay S. Owen

 Yes
54

Howard Shuler Page

 Yes

55

Phillip Douglas Parady

 Yes

56

Chester Robert Phillips

 Yes

57

Chester Phipps

 Yes
58

Claire Cornwell Poole

 Yes

59

Wayne Clifford Proctor

 Yes
60

Walter Pyzow

 Yes

61

Cleo Thomas Rafferty

 Yes

62

Giles Russell Reed

 Yes
63

Peter Revotskie

 Yes
64

Robert Leo Rice

 Yes
65

Vincent Paul Ritzenhein

 Yes

66

Arthur Dallas Rodgers

 Yes
67

William Hervey Rogers

 Yes
68

Stanley Frank Rokosz

 Yes

69

Joseph Rubscha, Jr.

 Needed
70

Frank Blagg Scott

 Yes
71

Joseph Narciss Shedloski

 Yes
72

Irvin Gerald Slinden

 Yes
73

Vernon LeRoy Swanson

 Yes
74

Willis Manning Thomas

 Yes
75 Jean Edward Wagner  Yes
76 Michael James Warwick  Needed
77 David Whitford White  Yes
78 Charlie Albert Wilson  Yes

*H. A. Calcaterra was killed while manning the boat's deck gun on September 4, 1942.

Pompano crew member Ronald Heister was ashore for some dental work and was not with his shipmates when their boat was lost.  He lives for the memory of the men he served with.

How to Submit Photos and Information

The U.S. Submarine Veterans of World War II assigned USS Pompano (SS-181)

to the State of Kentucky.

 

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