Zach Hollingsworth Death – Obituary News : USMC Captain Zach Hollingsworth of Dayton Ohio has died .
We are sad to report that USMC Captain Zach Hollingsworth has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media on August 30. 2021.
Have A Shot Of Freedom Whiskey Co. wrote.
· It is with immense grief and sadness that we share the devastating news of the loss of our founder, USMC Captain Zach Hollingsworth. Zach passed away on October 8, 2021. He was a brother, a friend, a hero, a husband, a father, a son, and many more things to so many people. His impact on everything and everyone around him was immeasurable. He was our rock, our fire, and our fearless leader. Zach always knew what to say and what to do under any circumstance we faced. Being in his presence for all of these years, we were conditioned to be the best possible versions of ourselves. His fierce work ethic and loyalty to our mission fueled our fire. His unwavering dedication to his fellow veterans was unparalleled. We ask that Zach’s family and inner circle be given the privacy that they deserve to grieve and mourn this monumental loss. Rest in peace, brother, and as you would always say, “Until we meet again in the Halls of Valhalla.” – Freedom Whiskey Co. +5 361361 70 Comments 52 Shares Like Comment Share
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Sincerest condolences to the family. Zach indeed went beyond for veterans and did go beyond when I contacted Freedom whiskey earlier this year with a special request to help celebrate and remember a very special veteran in my life that passed away way to soon in December last year. Rest in peaceHave A Shot Of Freedom Whiskey Co.
Much love, Susanne. Thank you so much for the kind words and for sharing this story with us. That sounds exactly like the kind of thing that Zach would often drop what he was doing and get involved in without hesitation.
RIP Zach. I’m glad we had the opportunity to work together.Stephen Cochran
Zach was a great guy, a great Marine and a hell of a whiskey founder. We are so thankful for his support of Stop22 TOUR …our prayers and condolences are with everyone.
Great sadness in my heart. Prayers to his family. Only God knows why.
One of the best Marines I have ever had the honor to serve with, he was not only a brother but he a great leader and mentor, Semper Fi brother
One of the very best fire direction officer I ever got to work with. The 7 months in Afghanistan day in and day out watching the way he attacked the gym or the way he meticulously tracked and recorded every calorie he took in. As a young man he showed me what hard work and paying attention to the little things was really about. Semper Fi. Until Valhalla.