32nd Annual USS
Corry (DD-463) Reunion - Arlington, VA
October 7 - 9, 2005
Vozel, Moe Vestuti, Elmer Maurer, Rose Vestuti
Dr. Andersen and family
Frances McKernon and Gully
Sandy McKay and Red Brantley
AT THE U.S. NAVY MUSEUM, WASHINGTON, DC:
Corry Radar Technician Forrie Garchow
at museum radar equipment
Corry Radar Technician Bill Beat and
Corry Radar Operator John Logan
at museum radar equipment.
AT THE MUSEUM OF THE
AT ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY:
Grave of USS Corry Captain George Dewey Hoffman
AT THE DINNER BANQUET, SATURDAY EVENING:
Navy band provided patriotic music
Military Honor Guard
Bill Beat with twin grandsons Ryan and Rob Beat
Rick and Forrie Garchow
Navy Chief Petty Officer S.J. Dollard and Mary Ann Ryan
Mary Ann Ryan, Jim Ryan, Kevin McKernon, Frances McKernon
AFTER THE CANDLE LIGHTING CEREMONY:
Navy Veteran Lois Hoffman,
wife of USS Corry captain George Dewey Hoffman,
was given a plaque with the ash tray from the Corry
Lois Hoffman, Moe Vestuti, and Corry Banuelos
Corry was named after the USS Corry.
His grandfather was Corry signalman Domingo Banuelos.
Corry Banuelos with National Geographic poster of
USS Corry flag, signed by Corry shipmates.
Corry Banuelos and Kevin McKernon
holding Kevin's book of his father Chief Radio Technician
Mac McKernon's stories about the USS Corry.
Corry shipmate Ed Lynch with his grandson Mike Lynch.
Gully and Mike Lynch
Tom Groot and B.C. Mills
B.C. Mills, Chris Gullickson,
Red Brantley, Shelly, Lois Hoffman, Frances McKernon
Ed Lynch, Moe Vestuti
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