Ed Floyd Has Crossed The Bar

 

Word has come that Ed Floyd, of the Atlanta area, has died. His is survived by his wife, Peggy,  sons: Barry Parham (Lynn), Doug Parham; brother: Gary Widener (Gail); sisters: Pat Herndon, Glenda Dismang, Dianne Carroll, Linda Foster, Peggy Thompson; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.Mr.

Ed served aboard Sebago in 58-60 and was always in touch with shipmates of the Sebago Sailors group. His friends and shipmates will miss him at CG retiree events in Atlanta... Fair Winds, Ed. 

 

Lester Walden Has Crossed Over The Bar

June 8, 2017 - The Coast Guard obituaries list this morning included the name of shipmate  CS1 Lester Walden Sr ('58-'62). He retired after serving 32 years of active service. 

Chief Walden resided in Mobile and was buried in Latimer, Mississippi, this morning. 

He was an active Mason and member of the Conde Cavaliers. He was always in attendance at the annual All Hands Picnic in Mobile and was at the last two SEBAGO reunion events.  

Fair winds, Chief, we will miss you. 

CLICK HERE to read the full obituary.

Photos From The Previous SEBAGO ca. 1937

June 23, 2016 - Last month I was in Oxford, Mississippi, for one of my Ride Around America stops. I was overjoyed to find a commemorative paving brick remembering Hugh Sloan JR, USCG - from USS SEBAGO.  USS ?   Really? 

Recently Crossed Over The Bar

The following shipmates have left us in the past 2-3 years. After a period of time the name will drop, but the obituary notice will still be available from the menu tab. 

  • 20150908 - Steve Peden
  • 20150614 - Peter Moller
  • 20150412 - Eugene J Dott*
  • 20150407 - David Waitkoss
  • 20150320 - Donald Reitz
  • 20150309 - James DiModica, Sr
  • 20150104 - Valentine W Robbins
  • 20140608 - Roger Henneman
  • 20140417 - Frank Douglas Jester

* Indicates Plank Owner

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