Sherb Sentell III
Attorney at Law in Minden, Louisiana
Sherb Sentell is the elected Minden-Ward 1 City Judge and a graduate of Louisiana State University Law Center. Sherb Sentell III also works as a partner with Sentell Law Firm, LLC, of Minden, Louisiana, a respected general-law firm concerned with issues such as contract law, personal injury, oil and gas cases, and defense of building contractors.
In addition to his successful career in law, Sherb Sentell III has served in the U.S. Army for almost two decades. A Colonel in the United States Army Reserve currently serving as a Joint Logistics Officer with the United States Central Command (USCENTCOM) located at MacDill AFB in Tampa, Florida His military career has been stellar as evident by his awards and accomplishments.
Some of these recognitions include the Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, three Army Achievement Medals, the prestigious Combat Infantry Badge, as well as the Expert Infantry Badge, among many others. In addition to two Bronze Star Medals awarded for his service in the Middle East, Sherb Sentell III has received four Meritorious Service Medals and two Army Commendation Medals from the United States Armed Forces in recognition of his exceptional service. Furthermore, he earned the highly selective General Douglas MacArthur Leadership Award in 1999.
An experienced leader dedicated to the continuous pursuit of training and knowledge, Sherb Sentell III attended a variety of military schools and training sessions throughout the course of his service career, including the Infantry Officer's Course, Reserve Component National Security Course, the RANGER course, Airborne School, Jumpmaster School, Pathfinder School, Nuclear Biological Chemical Officer's Course, Advanced Joint Professional Military Education course, Combined Armed Forces Staff School, Command and General Staff College, and the Combat Lifesavers Course. Sentell maintains affiliations with a variety of groups and organizations, including the Reserve Officer’s Association, the American Legion, and the Louisiana Bar Association.