SFC James Douglas Doster
  • 37 years old
  • Date of birth: Nov 19, 1969
  • Date of passing: Sep 29, 2007
Let the memory of SFC James be with us forever

James Douglas Doster November 19, 1969 - September 29, 2007 United States Army Sergeant First Class James Douglas Doster, 37, of Fort Riley, Kansas, died September 29, 2007, in Baghdad, Iraq, while serving his country during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was born November 19, 1969, in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, a son of Charles C. Doster, Jr. and Billie K. Doster. SFC Doster was raised and received his education in White Hall, graduating from White Hall High School. He also attended Hendrix College in Conway. He was baptized at Lakeside Methodist Church in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. He was a loving and devoted husband and father. SFC Doster was Platoon Sgt. for B Company,1st Platoon, 2nd Battalion, 16th Regiment, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, Fort Riley, Kansas. He also served in Operation Desert Storm. Survivors include his wife, Amanda Lynn Doster, whom he married on December 9, 2000, in Grand Junction, Colorado; two daughters, Kathryn and Grace Doster; his mother, Billie Doster of White Hall; and a brother, Robert Doster of Albuquerque, New Mexico. He was preceded in death by his father, Charles C. Doster, Jr.

James was a wonderful, patient husband and Daddy to two sweet
daughters. He loved the Army, didn't complain about his circumstances
(horrid heat, exhaustion, sleeping arrangements, etc) and was always
looking for ways to make things better for his men. He led by example
and believed in Duty First, People Always. His little girls and I miss
him terribly and he is a constant presence in my mind, guiding my
decisions with everything he taught me. He was perfect for us.

All Medals Received
Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart, ARCOM & 3 OLC, AAM & 3 OLC

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