USS POMPON REUNION WASHINGTON, D.C. October 16 -19, 2014
Send in your registration form and encourage your friends to send in theirs. Emilio and Carol Prencipe have planned a great reunion that you don't want to miss.
The following ship mates have sent in their registration forms:
Emilio and Carol Prencipe
Bobby and Shirley Bristow
Jim Grady and Robin Krum
John Lookabill and Judy Highburger
John and Bonnie Murphy
Dick and Frank Welker
Bill and Judy Davy
Al Brown and Mardy Burgess
Charles (Wingnut) and Louise Hall
Jack and Jan Hartigan
Ronald (Ski) and Jean Kurdziolek
Anthony (Tony) and Nancy Marquitz
Tom and Dee McGonigle
P.J. and Diane O'Connor
Rev. Aaron S. Peters, OSB
John and Paige Ryder and Ann Ryder
If you need a registration form email: email@example.com
NOW HEAR THIS! Rick Campbell, author of the thriller novel "The Trident Deception" will be the guest speaker at our banquet on Saturday evening, October 19. 2014. An autograph copy of the book will be raffled off at the banquet - Rick will draw the name. If you bring your copy of the book to the banquet, Rick will be happy to autograph it.
Emilio has read the book and found it on a par with "The Hunt For Red October"; "A very exciting read."
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, and is finishing the sequel to this novel. (from Amazon.com)
USS POMPON REUNION
October 16 -19, 2014
Hampton Inn BWI Airport
829 Elkridge Landing Road, Linthicum, MD 21090 (410) 850-0600
$100.57 per night (this includes the tax) Reservations must be made by October 1, 2014, in order to guarantee this rate.
hotel amenities include:
> shuttle bus service to and from BWI airport, 10 different restaurants, Light Rail which takes you to downtown Baltimore and to the train station which will take you into Washington, D.C.
>complimentary "hot" breakfast (eggs,bacon,waffles, etc.)
>fruit and coffee in the lobby 24 hours a day
> movie channel, USA Today, free parking
> three miles from Arundel Mills Mall and home of "Maryland Live" casino
Reunion will be hosted by: Emilio and Carol Prencipe
firstname.lastname@example.org (410) 672-2729
Friday: BUS TOUR OF DOWNTOWN WASHINGTON, D.C. making stops at Navy Memorial, WW ll Memorial, Lincoln Memorial (which includes VN and Korean Memorials) and FDR Memorial OR Jefferson Memorial with drive-by of White House, Capitol, Mall, etc.
Saturday: BUS TOUR TO UDVAR- HAZY AIR & SPACE MUSEUM in the morning and ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA, in the afternoon with drive-by of Arlington Cemetery, Iwo Jima Memorial, and Pentagon (time permitting). In the evening the banquet will be at the Olive Grove Restaurant.
Sunday: OPTIONAL DAY FOR THOSE WANTING TO STAY ANOTHER DAY - will have a limited number of "volunteer drivers" for those of you who may want to see Annapolis, Mount Vernon, Fort McHenry or National Harbor.
IMPORTANT! If we do not have your current address or email please contact Judy Davy (248) 689-6369 or email@example.com
Check out John Ryder's website!
An "Eternal Patrol Notices" page has been added to the website. Please email obituaries to firstname.lastname@example.org
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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.
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