Steve Tribble, COL, Will Be Transferred to the Army Reserves in May
Legacy Metals’ planned project in Christian County is expected to generate hundreds of jobs, further strengthening Kentucky’s metals sector.
Hopkinsville Parks and Recreation was among many local entities honored at Wednesday night’s KRPS Awards Dinner in Lake Barkley, including Christian County Judge Executive Steve Tribble and WHOP Radio.
Early Life and Education
Steve Tribble was raised in Hopkinsville. After attending Hopkinsville High School and Vanderbilt University he later earned a Business Administration degree at Murray State University.
He served in both the US Army Reserve and Kentucky National Guard for many years before being accepted to Officer Candidate School and earning his commission as an Officer Candidate. Since then he has been serving in various positions within Headquarters USCENTCOM including Executive Officer Deputy J5 Plans.
He is the proud parent of three children and grandchild. Col. Tribble has served nearly 30 years in the military and was awarded various medals during operations such as Iraqi Freedom II, New Dawn, Inherent Resolve, Resolute Support as a decorated veteran. Furthermore, he graduated from National Defense University Joint Forces Staff College. Col Tribble currently seeks election as Christian County Judge-Executive.
After several years, Steve Tribble was promoted to Major. Throughout this time he attended various military training schools such as Joint Advanced Warfighting School, Defense Strategy Course, Reserve Component National Security Course and Army Command and General Staff College.
Tribble holds both a master’s degree in military administration and Certified Public Accounting certifications, in addition to serving in the military for four decades. Furthermore, in Kentucky he serves as president of a family furniture store.
He is an influential community figure and currently holds the position of Christian County Judge-Executive. Additionally, he was previously on Hopkinsville City Council and worked at local probation and parole offices. Now running for reelection as fiscal court judge – with an anticipated victory on election day!
Achievement and Honors
After hearing of his impending transfer, he was initially dismayed but soon found solace knowing his friend would join them at the program.
On K-7, Bashir accidently steps on a tribble and jokes to O’Brien that it must have been one that Kirk stepped on earlier. O’Brien then calls in Sisko for scanning of the bridge; together they discover no bomb.
Christian County Judge-Executive Steve Tribble was recently recognized by the Kentucky Recreation and Parks Society for his service in Hopkinsville since 1994. Prior to that he was employed with Probation & Parole District Supervisor at Kentucky Department of Probation & Parole for 22 years prior to taking up office as Christian County Judge-Executive in 1994.
Tribble was an avid football fan who found great pleasure in both golf and spending time with his family. He leaves behind his wife, Marea; sons Ryan and Tyler as well as Jack Myers (Brother) and Pat Myers (Sister-in-Law).
Christian County Judge-Executive Steve Tribble is famously known as the “Love Judge”, having presided at more than 9,000 weddings during his 21 years as an official. But with an impending Supreme Court decision regarding gay marriage on the horizon, his career may come to a halt.
Hopkinsville Police Officer Phillip Meacham had only just reached his one-year anniversary with the department when he was fatally shot Thursday evening. Chief Tribble has asked that people keep Phillip Meacham and his family in their prayers as it is difficult for anyone to understand what has occurred. Loss of law enforcement officer is hard for everyone involved.
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