Kimberly Diane Agar

Fallen Hero’s Hometown and State: North Richland Hills, TX

Branch of Service: U.S. Army

Rank: Sergeant

Sergeant Agar enlisted in 2006 and deployed to Iraq July 2007. On October 7, an IED exploded on the drivers door of the truck she was driving, and another one three months later. She re-enlisted in 2009 as a Helicopter Refueler. She joined the Army Band and Chorus as a Vocalist/Choreographer in 2011. Performed the National Anthem for military functions, including a Fallen Battle Buddies Memorial.

Wore her Heart on her sleeve but was brave, courageous, and very accomplished. She had completed by the time she died the three goals she set for herself at age thirteen while competing for Miss Teen TX/MissTX: to sing, to see the world, to serve.

Through acting, modeling, pageants and singing (especially our National Anthem), she was able to do extraordinary things like travel and meet all ranges of people. She chose to serve because she wanted to do something bigger than herself. She received a Varsity Letter Jacket for Community Service at Birdville HS, and went on to become a Purple Heart recipient in the US Army.

Age: 25

Date of Death: October 03, 2011

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