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USS S-28 (SS-133)

 

The following men were lost while serving on USS S-28 (SS-133). 

Please contact us if you have a relative who served on this boat. See also this page on our site for more information on the loss of this vessel.

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.

 
  Name Photo
1

Edward Franklin Anderson

 Yes
2

James Ira Appling

 Yes
3

James Kenneth Bennett, Jr.

 Needed
4

Hugh Dorsey Brown

 Needed
5

John Franklin Brown

 Yes
6

Howard Marion Bullard

 Yes

7

Rudolph Francis Buzek

 Yes
8

Jack Gordon Campbell

 Yes

9

Arthur Gibson Chapman

 Yes
10

James Leonard Connell

 Yes
11

Claude Wilbourn Covington, Jr.

 Yes
12

Gene Alfred Cox

 Yes
13

John Francis Durant

 Needed
14

Donald Allen Durkee

 Yes
15

Earl Watson Gardner

 Yes
16

Jesus Donnaud Garza

 Yes

17

Carl Henery Gerbensky

 Yes
18

John Gresswell, Jr.

 Yes

19

John Rufus Haney

 Yes
20

Raymond Francis Harsma

 Yes
21

Harold LeRoy Hester

 Yes
22

Leonard Eugene Highfill

 Yes
23

Norbert Jack William Hizer

 Yes
24

Neal Kenneth Johnson

 Yes
25

Keith Keirn

 Yes

26

Albert Julius Max Kunkel, Jr.

 Yes
27

Steve Likevich

 Yes
28

Robert Bruce Madsen

 Yes
29

James Francis McGuinness

 Yes
30

Marvin Ray McMillan

 Needed
31

Robert Thomas McNeela

 Needed

32

Chester Malcolm Moffitt

 Needed
33

Edward Joseph Morrison

 Yes
34

Clayton Edward Nelson

 Yes
35

Owen Nottage

 Yes
36

Daryl Murray Ouderkirk

 Yes
37

George Voorheese Peet

 Needed
38

John Francis Purcell

 Yes

39

George Ray Runnels

 Yes

40

Joseph John Salerno

 Yes
41

Earle Charles Schreier

 Yes
42

Frank S. Smith

 Yes

43

James Winfred Spradley

 Yes

44

Jake Spurlock

 Yes

45

Eugene Vaughan

 Yes

46

Walter John Weis

 Yes

47

Walter Thomas Whitted

 Yes
48

Alexander William Wolf

 Needed

49

Kenneth Alfred Wurtz

 Yes

Records and communication with his son make it clear that Levi Bolton, previously listed on this page, was not lost with his shipmates, and survived the War.

How to Submit Photos and Information

The U.S. Submarine Veterans of World War II assigned USS S-28 (SS-133)

to the State of North Carolina.

 

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