Wanted: Descendents of the Heroes

Thursday, December 08, 2011
(Photo Courtesy Bollinger Shipyards)
Bollinger will honor the namesakes for the fourteen (14) USCG Fast Response Cutters (FRC) currently under contract, by hosting a fleet dedication in March 2012. Bollinger is looking for descendants and will host one or two representatives from each of the families. 
 
The 14 ships are:
 
Bernard C. Webber 
Richard Etheridge 
William Ray Flores 
Robert J. Yered 
Margaret Norvell 
Paul Leaman Clark 
Charles Walter David Jr. 
Charles Sexton 
Kathleen Moore 
Joseph Napier 
William Trump 
Isaac Mayo 
Richard Dixon 
Heriberto Herandez 
 
Bollinger has been able to contact the families of Bernie Webber, William Flores, and Richard Dixon, but need help locating the others.
If you can help please e-mail Bollinger Shipyards at: sales@Bollingershipyards.com
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