DOD: June 25, 2010
On June 25th, 2010 United States Army Specialist Jeffrey Paul Estlack suffered a fatal stroke attributed to his service with the United States Army.
Estlack was born in Fort Leonard Wood, Kansas and grew up in Pahrump, Nevada with his mother, Donna, and sister Cheryl, with whom he shared a close relationship. In his spare time, Estlack loved playing baseball, football, and working on cars, a passion he expanded upon through his career. Estlack grew up with the desire to protect people, and enlisted in the military immediately following his highschool graduation. Estlack served two tours in Iraq throughout the course of his career and did humanitarian work in 2006 with the National Guard in the Dominican Republic.
Estlack is remembered for his kindness and devotion to serving his country. More than anything, Estlack is remembered as an incredible father. Estlack was able to help several people posthumously as he was a registered organ donor, this being his last act of service that saved countless lives.
U.S. Army Specialist Jeffrey Paul Estlack is survived by his wife and two children, Paul and Zadie, as well as his mother, Donna.