2nd Company, U.S. Naval Academy Class of ’82
Adrion, Robert — 3/29/2007 I’m in transit from Hawaii, where I served as Commander CPRW-2, to OPNAV N81. Kathe and I are in our 24th year of marriage. Our oldest daughter, Celena, is a teacher in FT Lauderdale. Our son, Bobby, will graduate from UWF in May. And, our youngest, Brittany, is a sophomore at UWF also. Kathe and I plan to attend the 25th Reunion and look forward to seeing everyone again.
Bradford, Roger Russell, Jr.
Centeno, Robert Joseph
Cherra, Joseph F. – email updated 3/24/2007
Daniel, Russell –1/14/2007–After leaving the Marine Corps in 1992, I have worked for SAIC, TRW and Bechtel while Karen and I continued to move around the US. In 2004, Karen and I finally made it back home to Amarillo, Texas. I am currently the Engineering Division Manager at BWXT Pantex. Our oldest son Chris is a Senior at Clemson studying Chemistry and has applied to Dental School in Charleston. Robert is a freshman at Clemson and is in the process of changing from chemistry to chemical engineering. Breanna, our youngest, is a freshman in high school here in Amarillo. Karen and I are also quickly approaching our 25th wedding anniversary.
Guerrasio, Thomas Anthony–6/28/02–I’ve been with Lockheed Martin since I left the Navy in 1989. Married to Laurel for 19 years with 3 children. My son, Matt, age 17, just graduated High School and will attend Houghton College in the Fall studying Music Education. My oldest daughter, Jessica, age 15, just completed 10th grade; she wants to be a Marine Biologist. My youngest daughter, Naomi, age 11, just finished 5th grade; she just wants Laurel and me not to be an embarrassment.
Hagenbuch, Brent A.–12/13/07–Summary since USNA: 9 years in the Civil Engineer Corps, loved the CEC & Seabees stationed primarily in Southern & Northern CA. Went to business school in CA, moved to Dallas, TX in 1994 and have been here in business ever since. Wife: Jean, Daughter Nicole (22) and Son Adam (16). Really enjoyed seeing so many company & classmates at the 25th reunion! Go Navy & God Bless! If anyone from the company or the class is in Dallas give us a call – love to see you – Brent (972) 380-4135; firstname.lastname@example.org
King, Charles Pat – -5/5/2012–Retired 2008 from Navy as Base Commander of Naval Station Mayport. Currently working at CSX Transportation in Jacksonville Florida as AVP, responsible for Locomotive Maintenance in the Southeast US. Celebrated 25 years together with Kristine Enright in 2011. Two children, Erica (22) and Chad (19) attend Florida State University.
Kingston, Steven C. – – Mike Fierro e-mail 09/09/00: In a Class of 82 Change of Command, Jack Kennedy relieved Steve Kingston as CO in VRC 30 at North Island.
Knudson, Clinton J.
Kovach, William J. – – 7/25/07–Following graduation I was designated a Naval Flight Officer in the Maritime Patrol (VP) community and was assigned to VP-16 in Jacksonville, Florida. During that tour I made deployments to NAS Bermuda and NAS Sigonella and was qualified as a Tactical Coordinator and Mission Commander. Following that tour, I was assigned to the staff of Commander Patrol Wing Eleven as the Weapons Training Officer. While at Wing-11, I was married to Trish and we had our first child Christine. Our next tour was with the Staff of Commander Cruiser Destroyer Group Eight in Norfolk, Virginia as the Assistant Air Operations Officer. I completed a 6th Fleet deployment in USS Saratoga and was designated a Staff Battle Watch Captain. Our next tour was back with VP-16 in Jacksonville where I served as the Operations Officer and made deployments to Keflavik, Iceland and Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico. We had our second child, Lauren, during this tour. Our next stop was a three year tour on the Staff of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV) in Washington, DC where I served a the principal adviser to the Assistant Chief of Naval Operations (Plans, Policy and Operations) for Sensitive Reconnaissance Operations and Readiness. Our next tour was as Executive Officer and Commanding Officer of the 562nd Flying Training Squadron at Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. The 562nd is the largest Joint Flying Training Squadron in the Department of Defense and is responsible for training Air Force Navigators/Weapons Systems Officers and Naval Flight Officers for the VP and VQ communities. Next I attended the National War College in Washington DC, graduating with distinction and earning a Masters Degree in National Security Strategy. Following graduation, we reported for a three year tour with the staff of Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE), located in Mons, Belgium. While there I served as the Director of the NATO-Russia Interoperability Program and as Chief of the Joint Operations Branch. While at SHAPE, I was promoted to Captain. In June 2005, Trish, Christine, Lauren and I moved to Chesapeake, Virginia where we currently reside. I reported to the staff of Tactical Training Group, Atlantic (TTGL) and currently serve as the Director of Fleet Synthetic Training and am responsible for planning and executing large scale synthetic exercises for our Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Groups in support of their pre-deployment training and certification for Major Combat Operations.
Lamolinara, Vincent L.
Larson, Scott Edwin
Low, James Richard—4/21/02–I’m skipper on USS PORTSMOUTH (SSN707) in San Diego. Took command in August 2000. Loving the challenges. Married to Theresa. No kids yet (maybe after the command tour?). Just back from WESTPAC deployment, which started just days before 9-11. Getting back into the swing of things back in home port. Been in intermittent touch with Tom Guerrasio, out of the Navy but still doing important work for Lockheed Martin in New Jersey, defense projects.
Perry, Kenneth Malcolm – – E-mail 08/21/00: Ken recently took command of USS PENNSYLVANIA (SSBN 735) in Kings Bay, Georgia. His 2nd Company roommate, Charlie King, was a witness (neither of them would have believed it otherwise). The change of command turned out to be a great reunion, with family and friends attending from up and down the east coast. The crew did a standout job, including rendering honors as sideboys. Alicia, Ken and the kids have settled in Jacksonville, Florida. Now that the youngest, Maria, is in second grade Alicia has resumed her career as a CPA.
– – E-mail 9/7/97: John’s one of those guys that shows up on Shipmate’s “where the hell is this guy” list. He recently reported to the Joint Staff in the Pentagon where he’s run into more ’82ers in two months than the previous two tours. John’s the Navy Branch Chief, in J-3 Recon Ops. Neat stuff, and a welcome opportunity to work with lots of sharp guys in and out of the Navy.
Sandala, Gary – – 5/27/02–Work e-mail – email@example.com Currently stationed at USNA as 2nd Battalion Officer. Reported in August 2001 and lives happily in Annapolis with his wife of 16 1/2 years, Darline and children, Kristina (15) and Jacob (12). Previous duty station was as Commanding Officer of VS-21 in NAF Atsugi, Japan which deployed aboard USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63). Other ’82ers at USNA are CDR Pat Cole (1st Battalion Officer), CDR Glenn Sears (5th Battalion Officer) and CDR Tom Logue (Math Department Instructor)
Schmick, David Albert — 10/1/04 I retired in 2002 and am now living near Detroit. I work as a research engineer for Alion Science & Technology (a Defense contractor), and I am supporting research and development efforts at the Army’s National Automotive Center in the fields of fuel cell propulsion and alternative fuels. My wife, Lorij, and I have seven (yes, seven) children.
Studt, Dean – – (Company e-mail representative)
Vance, John Walter
Vargo, William J. – – Nolan Villarin e-mail 09/21/00: John is stationed onboard KITTY HAWK and heads up the CS dept. Prior to the HAWK he was in PG School in Monterey earning a Masters in Operations Analysis.
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