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June T Reis (Norvell), YNC, RET
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  • Ewing, KY
  • United States
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Rank
Enlisted
Where were you or your family stationed?
From last to first duty stations: HC-2 and USS L.Y.SPEAR at Naval Station Norfolk; CMAW-1 at NAS Oceana; USNS Pawcatuck out of Norfolk VA; Military Sealift Command Mediterranean, Naples Italy; PSD Coronado CA; and SBU-13 Coronado, CA.
Veteran of Foreign War
Desert Storm, Desert Shield
Current Status with the US Navy
Retired
Start date of your service
July 25, 1980
End date of your service
August 30, 2000

Retired to the sticks in Kentucky, and loving it.

After 20 years for me (22 for Scott, AOCS, Ret.), and with the changes that were coming down the pike, we knew it was time to call it quits. We had a double retirement ceremony at Shifting Sands, Dam Neck in fall of 2000, with over 200 friends and relatives in attendance. Was a blast!

The Navy was good to both of us, and we miss the people terribly. However, we still see some good folks every now and then. In fact, the judge from my initiation is only half an hour away (Al Murray, AVCM, Ret.). I miss initiations! We had some great times, and were quite a team, Scotty and I!

If anyone ever longs to see a physical reminder of the beloved "Guppy," we have a tail fin in our yard. Come and see us if you're in the neighborhood!

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Farewell to a Fallen Chief Petty Officer

Posted on February 14, 2011 at 4:50pm 0 Comments

In memory of AKC(AW) Lowanda Cook-Upshaw Newville, Retired, who passed from this life at 4:40 am Sunday morning, 2/13/11. She leaves behind a son, Joshua, and former husband and close friend, Gary Newville. Lo, you were a classy lady, an outstanding Chief Petty Officer, and a loyal friend, and it was our honor to have worked with you and known you. You touched more lives than you would ever know. You will be missed, but we will see you again! Fair Winds and Following Seas in His Mighty Hands.… Continue

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At 5:27pm on June 24, 2009, Douglas G Foster said…
Hi June,
Thanks for the info. There are several sailors who have gotten in touch with me who also literally saw the sailor, Brian Lightheart, give his life for his country. And I have heard from a couple of sailors who helped pull his remains out of the intake as I observed. I appreciate the help.
Doug Foster
At 4:38pm on June 24, 2009, William (Bill) Karr ETC(SS) said…
Welcome Aboard, June!

I'm Bill Karr. My son Doug created this site and I help him out a bit. We hope that you enjoy it.

The following message is from Doug:
1. Great Photo.
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