George Sharp

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Rappahannock Lions Club

Mid Wales Bowling Association

Plant Engineer of the Baltimore Refinery  - Kennecott Utah Copper Corporation

Owner and Operator  - Mountain Green Farm


Member  - St. Peter Roman Catholic Church

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George H. Sharp, 1920-2005
George Sharp's naval service of 26 years included command of three destroyers and the USS Ajax, flagship of Service Squadron 7, U.S. Seventh Fleet. He was chief engineering officer on destroyers in the Pacific during WW II, and was decorated for his actions after his destroyer capsized in a typhoon. He retired as a Captain in 1968 and served five years as Plant Engineer of the Baltimore refinery of the Kennecott Copper Corporation. From 1974 until 1992, he was owner/operator of Mountain Green Farm, a commercial fruit growing and beef cattle operation in Washington, Virginia, and was a pioneer in the introduction of dwarf apple tree cultivation in Rappahannock County. He was a member of St. Peter Roman Catholic Church in Washington, Va., the Knights of Columbus, the U.S.

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Ken Price(Captain), Eddie Williams, George Sharp, Roy Jones, Haydn Morgans George Sharp (Captain), Ken Bounds, Eddie Williams, Roy Jones, Colin Perrier, Bill Weale

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George Hand Sharp, Captain, World War II - Son Of Vice Admiral Alexander Sharp, Jr.
Sally Lightle Sharp, Lieutenant, WAVE Officer, World War II - Wife of George Hand Sharp

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