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Very Important! Attn: Family members of William D. Arbuckle USS Utah Casualty
Posted by: barbara bonomini (ID *****7249) Date: July 19, 2009 at 21:30:58
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This is an FYI for the family of William D. Arbuckle who perished so bravely on the USS Utah at Pearl Harbor. You will want to read this and act accordingly. On a personal note: Ironically, the Battleship USS Pennsylvania, also damaged and suffering loss of many lives and several injuries at Pearl Harbor. She was to become the future home of my father, another Arbuckle descendant, for several months during the War. Our bonds are infite, this heroic family, that I stand so proud of all our family members and all other Veterans of this and all Wars, for all of their sacrifices. Thank you all. Rest in Peace.

Please read to the end, if you haven't already seen this.

http://www.ussutah.org/monument.htm
The following is an alphabetical listing of Officers and Crew who were killed on December 7th, 1941.

Arbuckle, William D.
Gift, Kenneth Mace
Norman, Orris Nate

Barta, Joseph (N)
Gregorie, Charles N.
Odgaard,Edwin N.

Bigham, Virgil C.
Harveson, Herold A.
Parker, Elmer Anthony

Bielka, Rudolph .
Hill, Clifford Dale
Perry, Forrest Hubert

Black, John E.
Houde, Emery Lyle
Phillips, James W.

Blackburn, John T.
Jackson, David G.
Ponder, Walter Howard

Brown, Pallas, Franklin
Jones, LeRoy Henry
Reed, Frank Edward

Brunner, William Frank
Juedes, William Arthur
Scott, Ralph Edward

Burgarin, F.T.
Kaelin, John Louis
Shouse, Henson T.

Chestnutt, George Jr.
Kampmeyer, Erick T.
Smith, George R.

Clippard, Lloyd Dale
Karabon, Joseph N.
Smith, Robert Daniel

Conner, Joseph Ucline
Kent, William H.
Sousley, Joseph Byron

Crain, John Reeves
La Rue, George Willard
Strinz, Gerald Victor

Crossett, David Lloyd
Little, John III
Tomich, Peter (n)

Davis, Billy Rex
Lynch, Kenneth Lee
Ulrich, Elmer Herbert

Dennis, Leroy (N)
Marshall, William E. Jr.
Villa, Michael W.

Dieckhoff, Douglas R.
Martinez, Rudolph M.
Wetrich, Vernado

Dosser, William Hugh
Michael, Charles O.
White, Glen Albert

Eidsvig, Vernon J.
Miller, Marvin E.

Gandre, Melvyn Armour Norman, Donald C.


The names published above were listed on documents obtained from the National Archives of the United States.

A message for relatives/descendants of our shipmates listed above:

It is believed that the remains of some of those KIA aboard Utah are interred in graves marked "unknown" in the Cemetery of the Pacific aka "The Punchbowl" on the Island of Oahu near Honolulu. In an effort to identify the remains of those sailors, the Navy is offering a DNA kit to female relatives and descendants of these men.

For further information, please contact the Navy Missing Persons Office, 5720 Integrity Drive, Millington, TN 38055. Or Call toll free 800-732-9298. Posted March 22, 2004.




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