Sunset Funeral Home
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Zachary “Zach” Thompson

April 28, 1984 - August 25, 2019


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    Samantha says

    My you and your family find some kind of peace during this hard time.. God definitely got himself a good loving Angel.. Zack my you fly with your loved ones and help keep an eye on some of your family members you left behind.. My you forever rest in peace

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    Barbara brown says

    Fly high Zach u will always be my brother. Heaven gained another beautiful person we love you and u will never be forgotten we love you. Until we meet again love always barbara, Breanna, Brandon and serenity

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    Heather wade says

    Miss you so much bub we love you

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    Stacey (Wade) says

    I will miss randomly seeing you and you giving me a big ‘ol hug with that devilish grin.
    Christine, I cannot fathom your pain – I can only pray you will be given the strength to carry on.
    Jeff & girls- no words will make this easy- knowing grandma Mary is taking care of him now can bring you peace.

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Zachary “Zach” Thompson passed away August 25, 2019. He was born April 28, 1984 to Christine Sweeney and Maxie Thompson.

Zach was always doing something whether it be crafting, models, fishing, drawing, or riding bicycles. He loved playing the guitar, of which he had a vast collection of. He was known for trying anything at least once.

Zach is survived by his mother Christine (Doug) Sweeney; his siblings Jeffrey (Mary) Wade, Rachel (Jeremy) Martin, Heather (Jerry) McGill, Tiffany (Holly) Walden, Aaron (Sheila) Thompson, Ryan Thompson, Wesley Ritchison, Ryan (Ashley) Ritchison; his step-father Everett (Jodie) Wade; and several loving nieces and nephews.

Zach was preceded in death by his father Maxie “Max” W. Thompson; his grandmother Mary Welborn; and his grandmother Sarah Thompson.

Visitation will be from 9 a.m. until time of service at 11 a.m. Tuesday, September 3rd at Sunset Funeral Home.