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Jason Harris Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) Georgia
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Nephew of Robert K Calhoun MM3 55-59. Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

Reeves John J. ( Joe ) Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) Mooresville, IN
visited this site on Dec 4, 2020 6:11 PM

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SN Reeves John F. ( Jack ) / 56' - 58'
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MM3 REEVES J.J. / JOE Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) Mooresville, IN
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Hello Shipmates,
I am the oldest living son of SN REEVES, John F. , he
served onboard 56' - 58', he also served as Chaplain
for the Assoc. I was at the reunion dinner in Philly
2007.
I am writing to you for my mom ANNE as she has
asked me. Dad was just put in hospice care. And
would like you guys & gals to know. If you like you
can write her at Anne Reeves , 19 Patricia Lane,
Trenton, NJ 08610 Thanks for your prayers MM3
REEVES J.J. ( JOE ) Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

David Sullivan Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) NH
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Sad to report plank owner Raymond J Sullivan
passed away September 3rd. 2020. My father
served on the Gearing 1944-1946. He will be
greatly missed. Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

James Saudargas Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) FL
visited this site on Mar 25, 2020 10:41 PM

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I served aboard from Nov. 1967 to May 1969. She was my
first ship out of A school. I went from GM apprentice to
GMG2 while on board. A great ship and a great crew. Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

MICHELLE THIBADEAU Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) FL
visited this site on Dec 9, 2019 3:25 PM

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HI. MY FATHER IS JOHN THIBADEAU. I AM HOPING TO FIND SOMEONE ON THE GEARING WHO KNOWS MY DAD. HE HAS ALZHEIMER'S & PARKINSONISM AND HAD TO BE PLACED IN ASSISTED LIVING CUZ BARBARA DIED IN JANUARY 2019. HE DOESNT REMEMBER HER PASSING. HOPING SOMEONE WOULD BE WILLING TO WRITE A LETTER, EVEN. AS HE HATES THE TELEPHONE. "NOTHING GOOD COMES FROM THE PHONE." I HAVE MY EMAIL ADDRESS, IF ANYONE IS WILLING AND REMEMBERS HIM. THANK YOU FOR YOU SERVICE AND KINDNESS. SINCERLY, MICHLLE Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

Chris Page Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) Connecticut
visited this site on Nov 16, 2018 1:50 PM

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My grandfather was Herbert ?Mike? Norfolk.
Thank you for keeping the memories of this
ship alive. My 13 year old son, a current Sea
Cadet and future Navy sailor, is very
interested in his great grandfathers history. If
anyone has any information to share, it would
be greatly appreciated. We also have two of
the heavy round painted plaques from the
ship. I will share pictures later if I can. Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

Zachary Groth Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) Montreal, Canada
visited this site on Nov 7, 2018 9:16 PM

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My grandfather served on DD-710 from 62 to 64. His
name was William Jr. Albrecht (BM2) When I was little
me and family would drive 9 hours from Montreal to Cape
may, New Jersey to visit him and I remember always
looking at the photographs of the USS Gearing he had up.
I never really got any information of what he did on-board
during the cuban missile crisis because he sadly passed
in August of 2015. If anybody's got info it would be
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Laurence Lancaster Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) WA
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Son of Dudley S. Lancaster. My brother and I used to
come aboard for Sunday Dinner with mother, Mildred,
when in port at Norfolk or Little Creek, VA. What fun
to have a fighting ship of the US Navy to play on! The
crew, especially the officer's mess personnel were
always friendly to us. I remember it fondly. Thanks. Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

Timothy Zang Remove this entry (Protected)fromModify this entry (Protected) PA.
visited this site on Dec 31, 2017 6:50 PM

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I need a address & phone no. for the 2018 reunion. Modify this entry (Protected) Remove this entry (Protected)

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