Sterling King


I was born in the great State of Arizona. Although I have lived in several states and countries, when it came time to settle down, I came back home to the cacti and sunshine.

I am not afraid of a challenge and have always welcomed a chance to learn and grow. As a young man I decided to challenge myself and grow in the best way I knew how and became a United States Marine. Throughout my tours of duty in the infantry I received multiple meritorious promotions, was an expert rifleman, and earned the rank of Sergeant.

While still serving in the Marine Corps, I took a two-year religious sabbatical. Those two years I devoted my life to the service of God and my fellow man as a missionary for my church. I served in British Columbia, Canada and traveled everywhere from Vancouver sharing the message with bikers, to Haida Gwaii sharing the good news with the Haida people. While on Haida Gwaii my companion and I were adopted into the local native band and given native names; mine means “talks a lot.” The friends I made I consider close family.

After the military I served in law enforcement and worked as a security contractor; this allowed me the time to obtain a bachelor’s degree in emergency services administration from Utah Valley University. Soon after I was married to the love of my life and decided upon a career change. I graduated Cum Laude with my J.D. from Gonzaga University School of Law in just two years instead of three. During school I externed at the Social Security Administration where I decided to devote my life to the service of people with disabilities.

I was admitted to practice law in the State of Arizona in 2021. Today I work at Ober Pekas Arizona Disability Attorneys. Here, I continue my life’s work as an advocate for those seeking Social Security Disability Benefits.

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