New Photos added (11.02.06)- Time
is something that goes by too fast and we never have enough
of. For me, it has been finding time to make some updates to
this website. This week a fire was put on my seat in the way
of 80 photos that were sent to me by Steve Franklin.
I have received more and more inquiries for information regarding
USS Idaho crew members from the BB24 and pre-WWII eras. When
I saw these photos, I just about tripped all over myself trying
to get to my computer to start working on them. Thank you Steve
Fraklin for your kind gesture in sending those to me.
* USS Idaho Crew List - Wow! It floors me how I keep getting
email messages to add another name to the Crew List of the USS
Idaho. Days will go by with no one to add to the list and then
I will receive sometimes 2 to 3 in one day. The one thing that
nearly every message I receive has in common is the referral
of how proud the crew member was to have served on the Idaho.
I am always excited to add another name to the list.
Mail Call - The "Mail Call"
feature to this site is still in the works. I think this will
be a good addition to the contents of the site to post a few
'touching' messages that I have recieved over the past few years.
There are a lot of them that I am still going through ... I
am hopeful to have these on here soon.
Don Seger - I still have not heard any word about Don ...
if anyone knows how he and Betty are doing, please send me an
email - email@example.com
Words of thanks (10.09.06)- I
want to thank everyone who has contributed to the contents of
this website with photos, documents, comments, and entries in
the USS Idaho Guestbook *.
I receive about 4-6 email messages a month from the friends
and family members inquiring about or providing information
regarding the USS Idaho crew members. On special occasion, I
get an email directly from one of the crew members and always
feel honored and deligighted.
(Sadly the Guestbook service we were using went out of business
... can read entries from 2004 to 2005 by CLICKING
I will be adding the some of the emails that I have received
in past months in a new section of the website called "MAIL
CALL". I have been going back through the messages
and I think many will enjoy reading them. One thing that has
is common throughout the correspondances I have had with them
all is the crew of the USS Idaho are a special breed of men
who were and still are sincerely proud to have served their
country on the USS Idaho.