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USS S-44 (SS-155)

 

The following men were lost while serving on USS S-44 (SS-155). 

Click on a man's name to go to his personal memorial page on this site.  Photographs and personal information are needed as indicated in the column at right.

For a brief history of the boat, please see The Loss of USS S-44.

 
  Name Photo
1

Billy Mac Beck

 Yes
2

Tobias Raphael Biller

 Needed
3

Francis Elwood Brown

 Yes
4

Leo Elmer Butters

 Needed
5

Charles Franklin Calvert

 Yes
6

Patrick Anthony Carrier

 Yes
7

Tom Cleverdon

 Yes

8

Thomas O'Don Cooper

 Yes
9

Paul Parker Cutright

 Yes

10

William Dillow

 Yes
11

William Henry Ellis

 Yes
12

William Edward Erhart

 Yes
13

Daniel Benjamin Erico

 Yes
14

Rhollo Rhodney Fees

 Yes
15

Earl Dean Ferrell

 Yes
16

David Earl Gander

 Yes
17

Frank George

 Yes

18

Fred Giles, Jr.

 Yes
19

Frederick Earl Gillen, Jr.

 Yes

20

Curtis Glenn

 Yes
21

Edward William Godfrey

 Yes
22

Tommie Lewis Goodin

 Yes
23

Lonzo Junior Green

 Yes
24

Anthony Harasimowicz

 Yes
25

Holly Jackson Howard

 Yes
26

Nicholas Andrew Hugyo

 Yes

27

Philip James Jaworski

 Yes
28

Clidie Numan Johnston

 Yes
29

Lyle Nelson Klink

 Yes
30

Arthur Leverne Miller

 Needed
31

Herman Mondell Mitchell

 Yes
32

William Ira Morris, Sr.

 Yes

33

Clarence Elmore Moss

 Yes
34

Benjamin Marion Nash

 Yes
35

Thomas Sherman Parr, Jr.

 Yes
36

Billy Muriel Queen

 Yes
37

Frederick Kyle Queen

 Yes
38

Robert Groves Quinn

 Yes
39

Eugene Marion Rauch

 Yes

40

Russell George Rodgers

 Yes

41

Lloyd Jean Rodin

 Yes
42

Harry Rosenberg

 Yes
43

John Victor Rubits

 Yes

44

James Hill Sloan, Jr.

 Yes

45

Arthur Eugene Smith

 Yes

46

Charles Wayne Smith

 Yes

47

George Francis Smith

 Yes

48

John Raymond Stephens

 Yes
49

James Thomas Stephenson, Jr.

 Yes

50

Harold Arvid Stromsoe

 Yes

51

Dale Robert Thompson

 Yes

52

Frank Alvin Turner, Jr.

 Yes
53

Joe Albert Velebny

 Yes
54

Robert Lee Warburton

 Yes

55

George Seaman Wester

 Yes

56

John Charles Wood

 Yes

The following USS S-44 crew members survived Prisoner of War camp.

1 Ernest Arthur Duva
2 William Francis Whitemore

Some sources, notably the 1963 edition of U. S. Submarine Losses - World War II, mistakenly omit Daniel Benjamin Erico from their lists of men lost with USS S-44. Please see our "Discrepancies in Numbers of Lost Submariners" page for further information on this and other errors regarding the men of USS S-44.

 

How to Submit Photos and Information

The U.S. Submarine Veterans of World War II assigned USS S-44 (SS-155)

to the State of Illinois.

Submarines Lost in World War II

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