Zach was born on December 8, 1995 in Blackfoot, Idaho. He was raised near all of his extended family making for “great times with great people” and “a fantastic childhood with unforgettable memories.” Zach graduated from Blackfoot High School where he was a successful student and baseball player.
After high school, Zach chose to serve as a full time missionary for the LDS church. He served his first mission in a remote village in Zimbabwe, Africa. He was the one the fir...
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