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Army Sergeant Kue Vue Is Dead, What Was His Cause Of Death?



Who Is Kue Vue & What Was His Cause Of Death? As per information making rounds the social media has it that Kue Vue an army sergeant sadly passed away at the age of 25. Kue Vue who touched lives in his community was reported to have died on March 28, 2022. Circumstances surrounding his death have not been disclosed to the public.

Who Was Kue Vue? Few Things To Know About Him!

Not much was disclosed about him in the open web and no Wikipedia page was created in his name but a little information we gathered from the Honoring Our Fallen Hero page gave a brief biography of Kue Vue.

Born on June 13, 1996, Kue Vue was an Army Sergeant of Merced, California. He was assigned to the 1st Artillery Battery Field Artillery, Fort Bliss Texas.

Through the course of his career, Kue Vue has touched many lives around his community.

What Was Kue Vue Cause Of Death?

At the time of filing this report, no information has been released by his family or management pertaining to what killed Kue Vue. Prior to this Kue Vue’s cause of death or circumstances surrounding his sudden demise has not been made known to the public.

Kue Vue Death: Netizens Reacts

Tributes have flooded social media since the death of Kue Vue was announced to the public. Many described him as a wonderful being with a Kind heart.

Tyler DoBe Alford through his official Facebook page made a lengthy post on the memory he shared with Kue.

Read Below:-

Vue, I really don’t know what to say. I’m absolutely heartbroken. I can barely gather the words to say. I just can’t believe this is real. I remember you coming to my section straight out of Basic Training and AIT.

I was your first chief. You were one of the best Soldiers I’ve ever had the pleasure of leading, teaching, mentoring, and caring for.

We talked all the time and I never saw it coming. I never knew anything was wrong. You talked to me about your career, women, artillery, the Army, and most importantly….about life. You called me when you certified as a chief.

You called me to ask questions about how to do things even though I wasn’t your NCO anymore. You called me for advice. Most importantly, I called you. I called you to talk, to ask how life was, to ask how the duty station was, etc. All you ever told me was good things.

I never heard the bad. That is why this is so hard. Vue, you were more than a Soldier to me. You were a brother in arms. You were my brother. I’ll never forget all the times we had from Hawaii, overseas to several countries, back to Hawaii, and then us separating and going in different directions in this life of the US Army. I love you, Vue. Dirty Third for life.

I wish I could call you one last time. I wish I could send you one more selfie and make you laugh as much as you made me laugh. I miss you and I love you, Vue. Brothers for life. Kue Vue.


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