18th Company, U.S. Naval Academy Class of ’82
Barker, Lynwood J.–6/26/12–I live in Lynchburg, VA with my girlfriend Mary Binda and my wonderful 14 year old daughter Katelyn. My daughter Lauren is a first year at the University of Virginia and my son Christopher is a senior at DePaul University in Chicago. I co-own Davalen LLC (http://www.davalen.com), a IT consulting firm specializing in enterprise scale collaborative software solutions. While the body often complains about it, I still enjoy running for fitness and an occasional race.
Conlon, James P. – – 12/5/03–I am presently in Charlotte, NC with my wife Susan and daughter Julia, working at RF Micro Devices as a Sr. RF Design Engineer designing base station IC amplifiers. I have been here a year and a half, and we were previously in Atlanta, GA where I worked at Mitsubishi Wireless for 6 years designing cellular phones. We miss Atlanta, but Charlotte is located about evenly from both sets of grand-parents so this is good. (Company e-mail representative)
Dawson, Edward Herbert, III
Gay, William H.
Goertzen, Steve–5/25/02–I retire from active duty on 1 June 2002. I am currently working as a contractor for DESE Research, working as a Systems Analyst. Married with three children, two in college. Living in Leavenworth, Kansas.
Iral, Romero G. – – Mike Fierro e-mail 09/09/00: Romero is in SF at JIATF West.
Lenker, Douglas E.–7/7/2012–Donna and I are living in a small beach community just outside of Montross, VA. Life is good as empty-nesters. I changed careers from the commercial nuclear industry a little over three years ago. I’m working at Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren as an electrical engineer dabbling in non-lethal weapons, mostly high power microwave stuff. Our oldest daughter Amber is married with a bun in the oven, so soon to be grandparents. She and her husband live in Maryland. Our youngest daughter Celia just earned her doctorate degree in physical therapy. She lives in her own house in our community.
Luscinski, Raymond-9/19/07–I am presently flying for Delta Airlines out of JFK. I’m a first officer on the 767er fly international. I flew P3s out of Brunswick Me from 84 to 88. I then taught in the T 44 in Corpus Christi Tx till 90. I started with Delta in Oct of 1990 and have been with them since. Betsey and I have been married since 1984. She is a pharmacist with Wal Mart in our town of Bedford NH. We have 2 kids Bobby and Jessie. Bobby is a freshman at WPI in Worcster Ma. He is in the Mech. Eng program. Jessie is a senior at Trinity High School and has committed to playing soccer at BU next year. We volunteer at the New England Handicapped Sports Association, teaching skiing at Mt. Sunapee. I teach in the sit down program for people who are unable to stand, Betsey teaches a lot of learning disabled and blind students, Jessie teaches in the adaptive snowboard group. In the summer we spend a lot of time boating up in the Sunapee area.
Maze, Mike P.
Murphy, Mark A. –-4/21/02–I am currently working in the Chief Information Officer (CIO) office of the OPNAV Staff. Previously in the Pentagon, we are now working out of Crystal City (NC-1). I am involved in HQWeb (https://usn.hq.navy.mil) , FlagSESWeb, Retired FlagWeb, CNO’s Executive Portal, the implementation of Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) and a variety of IT projects. My wife and son are doing well and we live in Woodbridge, VA.
Remley, Thomas E.—10/02/10–Tom’s latest contact info:
8355 E San Salvador Dr
Scottsdale, AZ 85258
Stein, Harold R.—7/7/12–10+ years as a Submarine Driver. I left Active Duty in Jan 93. Married (Robin) June ’90, 1 son, Harry born June ’91. Affiliated w/ Reserves (Retired CDR, USNR 6-1-2004). Worked for 8 years as a “Beltway Bandit”, moved home to Charleston SC in Jan ’01. Real Estate Salesman in Charleston, SC. President of the Charleston Chapter of the Alumni Association. Son is an Industrial Engineer Major at Clemson University….should graduate in June 2014.
Wendell, Joseph E.
Williams, Donovan (4/21/02)–I went through a divorce and was remarried a couple of years ago to a great women. The only issue is that she is an Air Force officer (but she is learning). I recently retired 31 Jan 2002 since I had an offer to work for the Air Force as a GS doing the same thing I’ve been doing for years in the joint world – running major exercises. However, the pace and stress is a lot less and my wife just works down the hall. Being a civilian is great I work 0730 – 1630 with an hour off for lunch and anything beyond that is overtime. Plus, I’m not required to work nights or weekends. Being prior enlisted allowed me to jump out of the service earlier than others and it has been a great change.We are at Yokota Air Base in Japan working for Fifth Air Force and occasionally see people passing through. Take care, “Doc”