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USS Seawolf (SS-197)

 

The following men were lost while serving on USS Seawolf (SS-197). Seventeen U.S. Army personnel who were being transported by Seawolf were also lost, and are included on this list.

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.

For a brief history of the boat, please see The Loss of USS Seawolf.

 
  Name Photo
1

Emiliano A. Almero (Army)

 Needed
2

Marion Lee Asa

 Yes
3

John Michael Astarita

 Yes
4

Lloyd Richard Balch

 Needed
5

Francis Arden Ballard

 Yes
6

Jack Bannister

 Yes
7

Arnold Frank Bargenquast

 Yes

8

William Berndt Beck

 Needed
9

Gerald Edgar Bekke

 Yes

10

Robert Jordan Bennett

 Yes
11

Patrick Kenneth Bergevin

 Yes
12

Dallas Victor Bolon

 Yes
13

Albert Marion Bontier

 Yes
14

George Batara Bueno (Army)

 Needed
15

James Burdell Call

 Needed
16

James Purcell Carithers

 Needed
17

Robert Jack Carnegie

 Needed

18

Wilfred Leslie Cash

 Yes
19

Amadeo C. Cendania (Army)

 Needed

20

Edward Chapman

 Yes
21

Norman D. Coon

 Yes
22

Chester Mayo Copas

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23

Wayne Houston Cotton

 Needed
24

Robert Leon Cox

 Yes
25

James Patrick Cunnally

 Yes
26

Robert Floyd Devitt

 Yes

27

Paul Doane

 Yes
28

John Lewis Ewing

 Needed
29

Robert Nelson Fixler

 Needed
30

Kenneth Judd Flynn

 Yes
31

Alberto C. Francisco (Army)

 Needed
32

Peter Franco

 Yes

33

Lloyd George

 Yes
34

James Grimes

 Yes
35

William Thomas Hadley

 Needed
36

Charles H. Hammill (Army)

 Yes
37

John Gordon Harris

 Needed
38

Robert P. Herbig (Army)

 Needed

39

Alfred Herman Howard

 Yes

40

Roy Edward Huff

 Needed
41

Artemio I. Ibea (Army)

 Needed
42

James Everard Johnson

 Yes

43

Michael Jurinic

 Yes

44

Jack Edward Kenney

 Yes

45

Howell S. Kopp (Army)

 Yes

46

Charles Stanley Krempa

 Yes

47

Alfred Eric Kuehn

 Yes
48

Chester Gelean Lawson

 Yes

49

Merton Hibbard Leeman, Jr.

 Yes

50

Gilbert Roland Likert

 Yes

51

Carl Dean Lynch

 Yes
52

Dallas Leroy Malone

 Yes
53

George Franklin Marston, Jr.

 Yes

54

Charles Robert Maus

 Yes

55

Walter Glen "Bud" McCoy

 Yes

56

Forrest Samuel Michael

 Yes
57

George Francis Miller (Army)

 Yes

58

Ralph Van Dorn Miller

 Yes
59

Richard Lawrence Miller

 Yes

60

Robert Thomas Miller

 Yes

61

Lannie Tolbert Mills, Jr.

 Needed
62

Harold Edward Mitchell

 Yes
63

Edward Lyle Morris

 Yes
64

Joseph Albert Morris

 Yes

65

George Gilbert Nazay

 Needed
66

Donald Joseph Naze

 Yes
67

George Melvin Needham

 Yes

68

Clinton Leroy Nivison

 Yes
69

Edward Francis O'Brien, Jr.

 Yes
70

Albert Francis Page

 Yes
71

Leonard Alton Page

 Needed
72

George E. Peralta (Army)

 Needed
73

Elmer Norman Peterson

 Needed
74 Wasil Politylo  Yes
75 Emil L. Pugosa (Army)  Needed
76 Aquilino B. Ramos (Army)  Needed
77 William Frederick Reiland, Jr.  Yes
78 Guy Benjamin Rhoads  Yes
79 Mahlon Richard Riggle  Needed
80 Juan F. Rimando (Army)  Needed
81 Saturnino Rocaya  Needed
82 Ireneo R. Rodriguez (Army)  Needed
83 Benjamin Franklin Rogers  Yes
84 Tomas Rosete  Needed
85 Ruperto R. Ruiz (Army)  Needed
86 John Colby Sadler  Needed
87 James William Saint  Yes
88 Gerald Andrew Steinecker  Yes
89 Clarence Elias Strausser  Yes
90 Edward John Szendrey  Yes
91 Antonino B. Tria (Army)  Needed
92 William Hopkins Underhill  Yes
93 John Van Andel  Yes
94 Vernon Palmer Wall  Yes
95 Thomas Wilson Warren  Needed
96 Michael Paul Wiegenstein  Yes
97 Braynard L. Wise (Army)  Needed
98 David Bernard Wyatt  Yes
99 Robert Porterfield Young  Yes
100 Edward Andrew Zuel  Yes

 

How to Submit Photos and Information

The U.S. Submarine Veterans of World War II assigned USS Seawolf (SS-197)

to the State of Texas.

Submarines Lost in World War II

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