639. CHARLES BROOKS11 ALMY (Edmond Darrow10, Adrian Adelbert9, Samuel Willett8, Robert Kirby7, John6, Samuel5, Job4, William3, Christopher2, William1) b. Los Angeles, CA, 18 Aug 1921; d. San Diego, CA, 25 Aug 1987.
He m. Montclair, NJ, 18 Aug 1944, MARY LOUISE SMITH, b. New York, NY, 25 Oct 1923; dau of Charles Raymond and Louise (Boswell) Smith.
|i||JO ANN12, b. Montclair, NJ, 2 Jul 1947; m.(1) Bethesda, MD, 13 Sep 1975, ROBERT NATHAN PASS, b. Providence, RI, 27 Mar 1944, son of Nathan and Gertrude (Nystadt) Pass. Child: 1. Hannah Boswell Pass, b. Washington, DC, 8 Dec 1978. They divorced in June 1994. She m.(2) Bethesda, MD, 26 Oct 1994, DAVID EASTON MORGAN, b. Ponca City, OK, 24 Aug 1944; son of David Max and Mary Evelyn (Easton) Morgan.|
|785||ii||WILLIAM DARROW, b. Chicago, IL, 9 Aug 1951; m. Detroit, MI, 29 Jun 1975, JEANETTE RUTH MORGER, b. Detroit, 28 Feb 1951; dau of Maurice and Esther Sophie (Blau) Morger.|
Charles B. Almy entered the Naval Academy in June 1940 and graduated with the Class of 1944. His first sea duty was on the USS PENNSYLVANIA (BB-38). He attended Submarine School at New London, Connecticut in 1945 and was assigned to new construction on board the USS COCHINO (SS-345). He served on various submarine and shore-based staffs and commanded the USS POMODON (SS-486) and the Fleet Oiler KENNEBEC. He attended the Postgraduate School, Annapolis, from 1949 to 1951 and was awarded a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering; he attended the Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Virginia in 1959-1960. Charles retired from the Navy as a Captain in 1972.
Charles' awards included the Legion of Merit and the Navy Unit Commendation with bronze star. He was a member of the Naval Academy Alumni Association and The Retired Officers' Association. After retirement in 1972, he worked for Gould, Inc., in Cleveland, Ohio, until 1975. He spent his retirement years between Sea Ranch, California, and Coronado, California.
Charles B. Almy's SS No. is 212-39-8357.
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