Eric Fagan Death – Former member of United States Marine Corps Eric Fagan of Edinburg, Texas has sadly passed away. He died on Wednesday 25th October 2023 leaving family, friends and colleagues in shock. He was confirmed dead through a post that says ” Today, we mourn the loss of an incredible individual, warrior and personal friend, Eric Fagan , who touched the lives of so many as a Marine, community leader, and advocate for self-love and men’s mental health”. The cause of his death was not stated.
Eric Fagan Education and Career
Eric Fagan completed his high school education at Mission High School from 1999 to 2003 and subsequently pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Corrections from The University of Texas-Pan American, which he attained in 2012. Continuing his academic journey, he attended The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley from 2016 to 2018, followed by further studies at Villanova University.
During the early phase of his career, he worked as a Lead Teller at First National Bank of Edinburg, Tx for four years and a month, starting from May 1999 to May 2003. He then transitioned to the role of Lobby Operations Officer, serving for two years and a month from May 2012 to May 2014.
What you need to know about Eric Fagan
Following this, he took up the position of a Drill Instructor at Hidalgo County Boot Camp in Weslaco, Texas, for another two years and a month from May 2014 to May 2016. His career then took a turn as he dedicated ten years and a month, from May 2008 to May 2018, to serving as an AMO/MMCO/Platoon Commander at the United States Marine Corps in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Later, he established his own venture, iLEAD.
Even though Eric Fagan’s tenure in the Marine Corps is ended, his legacy of dignity and integrity lives on in the Corps and beyond. His unyielding commitment to service, unselfish character, and unyielding resilience in the face of adversity have left an everlasting impression on everyone who have known him. He exemplifies the highest standards of honor, bravery, and dedication that the Marine Corps has to offer, and was an inspiration to those who share these ideals.
Eric Fagan’s obituary will be released by the family
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