Darrell Castle grew up in East Tennessee in a small town outside of Kingsport. He... more
Darrell Castle grew up in East Tennessee in a small town outside of Kingsport. He graduated from Ketron High School in 1966 and attended East Tennessee State University (ETSU), where he received a Bachelor of Science in History and a Bachelor of Science in Political Science in 1970. Darrell was commissioned as an officer in The United States Marine Corp in 1970, where he served four years... view profile
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