A Soldier's Story: Major Earl Kagie Stribling

Major Earl Kagie Stribling was born on January 2, 1956, in Monroe, Louisiana.  He graduated from Gilbert High School, where he played basketball.

He enlisted in the US Army on February 11, 1979, and was assigned to the Quartermaster General.

Major Earl Stribling deployed to the Persian Gulf during Operation Desert Storm/Desert Shield and the Gulf War with the HHD 142ND Corps Support Battalion and, on March 7, 1991, died in service from an infection.

He rests at the Richwood Memorial Garden in Monroe, Louisiana.


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