The USS Windham Bay CVE 92 was built by the Kaiser Company in Vancouver, WA. Commissioned May 3, 1944, she served with
the Pacific Fleet until August, 1946. At that time she was placed out of commission. On October 28, 1950, she was re-commissioned
to again serve with the Pacific Fleet.
In January 1959, USS Windham Bay CVE 92 was placed out of commission and was struck from the list of Naval Vessels on
February 1, 1959.
In 1990, a group of former crew members assembled in Grand Rapids, Michigan for a reunion. Since that time, a reunion has been
held every year in different cities around the country. There are 141 active members of the USS Windham Bay Association.
Association dues are $10.00 per year which provides for a quarterly newsletter.
The Association Officers
President; Bud Routh
Vice President: Troy Lollis
Secretary: Evelyn Savage
Treasurer: Donna Davenport
Membership: Byron “Bud” Routh
Historian (North): Don Koch
Historian (East): Don Walsh
Newsletter Editor: Evelyn Savage
For information about the association contact:
The following Links are to web sites of Interest:
Tentative dates for the
2016 Reunion are September 22-24
at Grapevine, TX. More
information will be published as
it becomes available.
USS Windham Bay CVE 92 27th
annual reunion will be In Dallas, TX hosted by Leslie Clanton
USS Windham Bay CVE 92 28th annual reunion will be in Akron, OH hosted by Donna Davenport
USS Windham Bay CVE 92 29th annual reunion will be in Portland, OR hosted by Dan Nolan's daughters.