USS Oklahoma City
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HINES, Marion Eugene (Gene) 73-76, mail
I was in R division under Chief Houk. Chuck Nagle is the one who told me about the Oklahoma City in A school. I was friends with Michael and Patrick Varland of R division.

HEINDSELMAN, John, Peoria, IL 67-69 mail
I was a CYN assigned to Comseventhflt staff. I was on the USS Providence and then transferred to the USS Oklahoma City. I was attached to Comseventhflt staff from 1967 to 1969. I know Tom Lamson and Billy Johnstone. I know there are others but can't remember all of their names.

NEFF, John P 71-75 mail

WHEELUS, Thomas Hugo, OK, 70-73 mail
SK2 -Supply, Anti swimmers watch, DC party amidship main deck. Now retired

BROWNING, Randy Lexington, SC, 87-90 & 95-98 mail
YN1 - Leading Yeoman - Ken Montgomery was my best buddy. Retired as Chief Yeoman (Submarines) in January 2007 and have been working as an HR Consult with Paychex ever since.

WARREN, Troy M III Palmetto, FL, 78-79 mail
QM2 -I swapped over to the OKC from the USS Ouellet as a QM3. I made QM2 while onboard. I was there in 1978 - 79. Almost crossed deck to the Blue Ridge in Yoko but realized I was sailing on a piece history, so I rode her back to the US for decommissioning. It was bittersweet. I got out of the Navy and went in the Merchant Marine. I sailed another 35 years and retired as second officer.

JURY, Len "Doc J" 68-70 mail
***HM2 Came on board in San Diego after completion of OR School, just prior to WestPac Deployment, Held daily sickcall, Ran the Operating Room, and did minor surgeries.

FRIESE, Mark, Lisbon, CT 85-88 #1375 mail
*** STS1/SS Plankowner
^^^ Great crew. We used to have some wicked basketball games over at Huntington Hall. Jason Breen, Patrick Milan, Lee B. Thompson were my running mates in addition to all of the sonar gang. Went on to make Chief in 1988, end up as an ACINT Rider. Retired in 2002. Became a math teacher and am currently the principal of Stonington High School in CT. Loving life.



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CLEVELAND JAY VOIERS, YN3 (74-74), age 70, passed away on Tuesday, February 19, 2019
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DARREL VERDON STREETER FTGC (71-73), age 77, passed away on March 29, 2015
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SSN-723 Westpac Cruise 2004
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