USS Pompon Reunion October 29 - November 1, 2015
Nashville, Tennessee Guesthouse Inn & Suites Music Valley 2420 Music Valley Dr. Nashville, Tennessee
$98.16 a night (includes taxes) - free continental breakfast
(615) 885-4030 Mention Pompon Reunion to get the rate. Rate is good 3 days prior to and 3 days after reunion.
Thursday, October 29th - arrive, meet and greet in hospitality room
Friday, October 30th - day on your own. Grand Ole Opry in the evening. THE TOUR COMPANY REQUIRES A MINIMUM OF 30 PEOPLE WITH A FIRM COUNT PROVIDED BY SEPTEMBER 15TH. A bus will drive us to and from the show.
Saturday, October 31st - day on your own. Dinner Show at Nashville Nightlife Theatre. Buffet style; price does not include gratuity. The theatre is a three minute drive or a ten minute walk. This will be our banquet. After dinner we will return to the hospitality suite for our business meeting.
If you would like to purchase polo shirts or caps, please email Bill Davy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at (248)689-6369 before September 1st. If there is sufficient interest an order will be placed.
Below is the registration form; If you are not able to make a copy of the form, send an email to Judymdd@gmail.com and one will be mailed to you. If you change your email address, please notify Judy Davy (Judymdd@gmail.com). Thanks!
Looking forward to a great reunion in Nashville!
REGISTRATION FORM Name_____________________________________________________Address____________________________________________________E-mail_____________________________ Phone________________________
How would you like your and your spouse’s/guest’s names to be on Name Badges
1_____________________________ 2_____________________________ 3____________________________ 4____________________________
Grand Ole Opry (includes bus) #_______ @$60.00 = $_______
Nashville Night Life Theatre Show #_______@ $40.00 = $_______
Mail registration form with check (no cash) payable to USS Pompon by September 15, 2015 John Murphy Questions: email or call: John and Bonnie 6 Shanley Way email@example.com Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 (508) 759-7975
Bobbie Lee Campbell (Gunner) died September 1, 2014. Click on Eternal Patrol Notices in the left column to view his obituary.
Lt. Edward R. Crawfoot, US Navy, Retired, 95 passed away on March 18,2015. Click on Eternal Patrol Notices in the left column to view his obituary.
Rick Campbell our 2014 Reunion banquet guest speaker is donating a signed copy of his new book "Empire Rising", a sequel to "Trident Deception", for our 2015 reunion.
Following is his bio from Amazon. com
RICK CAMPBELL, a retired Navy Commander, spent more than twenty-five years in the Navy on multiple submarine tours, finishing his career with tours with the Naval Operations staff in the Pentagon and in the Washington Navy Yard. On his last tour, he was one of the two men whose permission is required to launch the submarine's nuclear warhead-tipped missiles. Rick lives with his wife and three children in the greater Washington D.C. area.
IMPORTANT! If we do not have your current address or email please contact Judy Davy (248) 689-6369 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out John Ryder's website!
An "Eternal Patrol Notices" page has been added to the website. Please email obituaries to email@example.com
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Click on "Reunion Information" for 2010 reunion photo and a link to John Lookabill's photo album
To provide updates or news please e-mail:
See "Notes from you"
info about SubCon Six Smoke Boat Sisters (SSSBS)Reunion
note from Bobby Boles
requested posting from Don Lynch
Paul J. Skahan obituary
Jack F. Renfrow died June 5, 2009
See 'Notes from you' for email from Helen Kircher
Stanley K. Nicholls LCDR died 2/29/08. See 'Notes from you' for Stanley's obituary.
Glenn Clinefelter FT2 (SS) died May 21, 2010. See 'Notes from you' for Glenn's obituary.
See 'Notes from you' for a George Smith story
This patch serves as a physical reminder to the U.S. Submarine Command Structure that ex-submariners still care about our active duty shipmates. The band-aid signifies that the problem is still not solved; it only has a patch on it. It is a reminder that there is a real possibility for another disastrous submarine grounding.
28 Boat Reunion
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