Header image  
Gerald Musgrove ATR3  
line decor
  
line decor

In his memory:


Gerald Musgrove ATR3
VFP-62 1966-68



Updated: May 28, 2015

[Webmaster's Note: This page is under construction and will be updated as tributes from family, friends, and former Navy members are received. Contact Webmaster on the link below.]


VFP-62 2011 Jacksonville Florida Reunion tour to Cecil Field.
Gerald (backrow sixth from right (blue shirt))

    Memories and Tributes

  • (5/28/15) Gerald was a very sincere, generous and special squadron member. He relished his navy service and contributed photos of his Gitmo detachment (see below and "VFP-62 Memorabilia"). And, he went the extra mile when he ordered a copy of "Blue Moon Over Cuba" from me and added an extra $75 to his check. He put no restrictions on how I used it. I added it to other similar donations and purchased the VFP-62 Commemorative brick at the National Naval Aviation Museum Pensacola Florida.

    I first met him and his wife Connie at the 2011 VFP-62 reunion in Jacksonville Florida. They made an impression on me: Connie enjoyed sharing Gerald's bonding with squadron members; they were a lovely couple.

    Gerald fought a brave battle against his cancer but was fatalistic that the odds were against him--he was not bitter in the last email I received from him. We lost a good man and I personally will miss him very much. Rest in peace Gerald. --- Ken Jack



Gerald (second from left) Guantanamo Naval Base
U.S.S. Shangri La (CVA-38) detachment
for the shake down cruise to Cuba.

Gerald at Battleship Memorial Park Mobile Alabama by RF-8 913 display

    Contributions to this page are welcome.


    Email the Webmaster

    Click this link - Email VFP-62 Webmaster to send a comment, correction, or contribution to this page.



 
 


 

vfp62 patch

navy patch