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List of Ship Attack Victims

May 21, 1987

Undated (AP) _ Here is a list of crew members killed or missing and presumed dead in the attack on the USS Stark, based on information from the Department of Defense, other U.S. government sources and relatives of the victims: Killed

Bolduc, Doran Hilaire, seaman, 29, Lacey, Wash.

Brown, Bradley Otis, bosun’s mate, 28, Calera, Ala.

DeAngelis, Christopher Werner, electrnics technician, 23, Dumont, N.J.

Dunlap, James Scott, communications specialist, 20, Osceola Mills, Pa.

Farr, Jerry Boyd, radioman, 36, Charleston, S.C.

Foster, Vernon, senior chief petty officer, navigator, 33, Jacksonville, Fla.

Grissette, Dexter Dwayne, radioman-seaman’s apprentice, 19, Macon, Ga.

Hansen, William Ralph, fire control technician, 22, Reading, Mass.

Homicki, Daniel, gunner’s mate, 36, Elizabeth, N.J.

Janusik, Kenneth Dale Jr., operations specialist, 19, Clearwater, Fla.

Kendall, Steven Edward, operations specialist, 30, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Kiser, Stephen Greg, electronics mate, 36, Elkhart, Ind.

Lockett, Ronnie George, signalman, 30, Bessemer, Ala.

MacMullen, Thomas Joseph, gunner’s mate, 30, Darby, Pa.

Moller, Charles Thomas, electronic warfare specialist, 27, Columbus, Ga.

Phelps, Jeffrey Lee, seaman recruit, 21, Locust Grove, Va.

Plonsky, James, gunner’s mate, 22, Van Nuys, Calif.

Shippee, Robert Laurence, fire control technician, 35, Adams Center, N.Y.

Stephens, Lee, operations specialist, 23, Pemberton, Ohio.

Stevens, James Russell, torpedoman, 27, Visalia, Calif.

Tweady, Gregory Lee, fire control technician, 36, Paxton, Ill.

Watson, Joseph Pearce, electronic warfare specialist, 25, Ferndale, Mich.

Weaver, Wayne Richard, electronic technician, 22, New Bethlehem, Pa.

Wilson, Lloyd Anthony, fireman apprentice, 24, Summerville, S.C. Bodies unidentified, or missing and presumed dead

Calkins, Jeffrey Lawrence, fire controlman, 20, Richfield Springs, N.Y.

Caouette, Mark Robert, seaman, 26, Fitchburg, Mass.

Ciletta, John Anthony Jr., seaman, 21, Brigantine, N.J.

Clinefelter, Bryan Michael, seaman recruit, 19, Barstow, Calif.

Daniels, Antonio Armondo, operations specialist, 21, Greeleyville, S.C.

Erwin, Steven Thomas, sonar technician, 22, Troy, Mich.

Pierce, Randy Eugene, data systems technician, 28, Choctaw, Okla.

Quick, Kelly Robert, electronic technician, 20, Linden, Mich.

Ryals, Earl Patton, signalman, Boca Raton, Fla.

Sibley, Jeffrey Curtis, signalman-seaman’s apprentice, 21, Metairie, La.

Supple, Martin, electronics technician, 27, Jacksonville, Fla.

Ulmer, Vincent Lenard, seaman, 21, Bay Minette, Ala.

Weldon, Terance Donald, operations specialist, 20, Coram, N.Y.

In addition, the Pentagon identified the two seriously injured crewmen who were transported to the Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas. The two, listed in critical condition, are:

Bareford, Lawrence Mark, fire control technician, 23, of Fredericksburg, Va., with second-degree burns over 20 percent of his body.

Wheeler, James R., fire control technician, 28, of El Paso, Texas, with second-degree burns over 35 percent of his body.

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