2003 Zachery 2024

Zachery Cole Worthing

June 8, 2003 — June 15, 2024

Evanston

On Saturday, June 15th, 2024, Zachery Cole Worthing, a bright light with an infectious laugh, was taken from his family and friends before his time. 

Zachery is preceded in death by numerous Great Grandparents and 1 Grandfather, Terry Isherwood, and 1 Step-Grandfather, Ronald Stahley.

Zachery comes from a blended family and is survived by his mother, Michaela Isherwood and her husband Kody Bristow, Zachery’s father, Jared Worthing and his wife Autumn Worthing. By his soon to be fiancé, Jessica Villarreal, who became his whole world at first glance. Zachery’s siblings, Kyrie Worthing, Kiara Worthing, Dominick Worthing, Cassie Stilts and Austin Webster and their daughter Annalise Marie, Kylie Stilts, and Anthony Malone. By his Grandparents Cheryl Sim, Brad Lamoreaux, Deonn Earl, Pamela and Thayne Bristow, Linda Love and John Zenger.  Zachery’s Aunts and Uncles Crystalynn and Shawn Saban, Sarah and Burk Smith, Andrew and Erica Lamoreaux, Kaitlin Lamoreaux, Candice and Christian Knezovich, Chris and Nicole Bristow, and CJ and Kelly Bristow. Zachery was raised closely with several cousins that were more like siblings, Braden Isherwood, Sasha Davis, Waylon Martinson, Isabelle Davis, Julian Davis, Mario Palomo and many other young cousins that he never had the chance to meet and spend time with.

Zachery was a fun loving, energetic young man.  He had a deep love of the outdoors, camping, climbing trees and fishing.  He could frequently be found striking up a conversation with random strangers while throwing a line into the water.  When it came to fishing, he wanted EVERYONE to enjoy fishing.  He was often trying to spread his love of fishing, even at the cost of not getting a pole in the water to help others have a successful fishing experience.

Zachery left behind a huge group of friends. Everyone who got to know Zachery ended up calling him a friend.  They could often be found at the bowling alley, where Zachery had his own ball and would attempt to show off his skills.  Him and his friends would attempt to drift their vehicles and invariably end up buried in a snowbank late at night.  They would stay out late playing video games then attempt to sneak back in the house quietly, and without fail wake the whole house up due to the dogs barking.

Zachery didn’t like scary movies.  On the rare occasions that he could be talked into watching them he always had to put on a Disney movie afterwards.

Zachery was a giving person.  He would go out and buy people stuff from a knife to a PlayStation, to couches for the house, just because he wanted to do something nice for them.

Zachery loved knives.  He would buy a new knife just because of the look of them and recently began dabbling with making his own handles for them.  Zachery would often try to get others to help him with his handles so that they could have a hand in the creation of the knife he was working on.

A lot like others in his family he was always looking for a shiny rock and would frequently bring home one that he found while he was out hiking, camping, or fishing.

Zachery was an adrenaline junkie.  He enjoyed everything from rollercoasters to fast cars.

He enjoyed Viking style art and had several pieces tattooed.

Zachery was an accomplished woodworker and left several pieces of his creation with his mom.

He loved his dog Bagheera and all other animals including several creepy crawlies.

As a child Zachery enjoyed dancing, and as he grew older you could still catch him bouncing to some tune.  He loved music of all kinds, especially things with a loud bass, good beat, and colorful vocabulary.

Zachery had a work ethic that he was very proud of and was admired by many who had the opportunity to work with him.

“We will continue to live the life you’re no longer able to.”

To know Zachery was to love him.  His contagious giggle could bring a smile to anyone’s face on the darkest of days.  He would walk into a room and light up the entire building with his smile and happy demeanor.  He was an amazing son, grandson, cousin, friend, boyfriend, nephew, and the most awesome big brother.  Fly high, fish often, and watch over us bud.  We love you, always and forever.

Ohana means Family, Family means no one gets left behind, or forgotten.

We love you to the moon and back.

 

Services will be on July 12th at the Pavilion at the Ponds, where he loved to fish beginning at 12 with a graveside service at approximately 3.  There will be a luncheon following the graveside service at the Bear River Pavilion

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Service Schedule

Past Services

Celebration of Life

Friday, July 12, 2024

12:00 - 3:00 pm

Bear River Ponds Pavillion

75 Bear River Dr, Evanston, WY 82930

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Graveside Service

Friday, July 12, 2024

3:00 - 3:30 pm

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