Serving his Country for over 22 years as a member of the United States Army, Sherb Sentell III currently holds the rank of Colonel in the United States Army Reserves. In each of his two deployments to Iraq, the United States Army awarded Sentell Bronze Star Medals for his exceptionally meritorious service during combat operations. When Sentell graduated from Davidson College in North Carolina in 1989, he was selected as the Distinguished Military Graduate. Sherb Sentell III completed a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at Davidson College, a nationally recognized liberal arts institution near Charlotte, North Carolina. Using the fundamentals he learned at Davidson College, he went on to rank in the top three percent of his graduating law school class at Louisiana State University Law School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. During his law school career, in addition to contributing to the Louisiana Law Review, Sherb Sentell III won the prestigious Flory Trial Competition. As a civilian, Sherb Sentell III is a Minden-Ward 1 City Judge. Sherb Sentell III resides in Minden, Louisiana, where he attends First United Methodist Church. He holds lifetime memberships in the Reserve Officers Association, a professional organization that represents the interests of the men and women who serve in the U.S. Uniformed Services, and the National Rifle Association.