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Zachary Riggs Obituary, Tennessee Longtime Resident Has Sadly Passed Away

Zachary Riggs Obituary, Death – Zachary Allyn Riggs, who was 28 years old and from Blytheville, passed away, Zachary Riggs Cherry is the son of Kevin Riggs and Patty Summers Cherry, and he was born in Blytheville. In the United States Army, he was a member of the 82nd Airborne Division and served his nation with distinction.

As a member of the armed forces, he battled for independence and completed a tour of service in Afghanistan. Zachary was a businessman and a multitalented individual in addition to being such. The construction of derby cars was a hobby of his, and he worked as an inspector for K&P Promotions. Zachary was a lifelong athlete who competed in a variety of sports with dedication and passion.

In addition to his passion for the construction of derby cars, he took pleasure in spending time in nature. In addition to being the proprietor of Riggs Wings Outfitters and a duck hunting guide, Zachary’s favorite activity was bass fishing. He counted being a parent as one of his most significant achievements in life. He was a wonderful parent who showed his affection for his children by doting on them and spending as much time as he could with them.

His step-grandfather, Barry Hughes, passed away before him. He was his predecessor in death. Zachary leaves behind his wife, Chelsea Branham Riggs; mother, Patty Cherry and her husband Chris of Blytheville; father, Kevin Riggs of Blytheville; children, Carson Riggs, Halle Riggs, Ryleigh Branham, and Abby Lawrence; brother, Christopher McGee of Colorado; and grandparents, Gerald and Becky Riggs of Parkers Chapel, Arkansas, Vivian Hughes of Southaven, Mississippi, and Jerry and Pat Summers of Blytheville.

The funeral services will be placed on Friday, June 4th at 2:00 p.m. in the chapel of the Cobb Funeral Home. Reverend Tony Cherry and Reverend Duane Smith will preside over the ceremony. At the Cobb Funeral Home, the family will greet friends beginning at one in the afternoon and continuing until the start of the ceremony.