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July 01, 2015

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October 4, 2007
We are so very sorry on the loss of your Zach.
He was a HERO big-time, and that is more than many of us can say in our entire life.
A life well-lived.
He will NOT be forgotten.
October 4, 2007
Semper Fi Sgt. I'll be there at 1:00 to pay my respects.
October 4, 2007
Sara,
Chris let me know what has happened. I can not express my sorrow for you. You and the family are in my prayers.
October 4, 2007
To Sara and family: I'm so very sorry for your loss. For the first time in my life I don't have any words to say to describe how I feel, so I will use the words that best describe Zach.
Until I met Zach I didn't really believe there were any truly giving, caring, overall good people left on this earth. He would give the shirt off his back, give you hand when you fell, saved you when you needed to be rescued, without ever wanting so much as a thank you in return. No matter how bad a mood you were in, he could walk in the room, flash his smile, say something funny and you would instantly forget why you were in a bad mood. He was a truly remarkable human being, one that everyone should strive to be. He is in one word a HERO.
You are in my prayers and hopefully you will take solace in knowing that he left this world the same way he came in: in God's hands.
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