Zachary Higgins, 25: Loved skateboarding, music, playing his guitar

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Zachary A. Higgins
Zachary A. Higgins

MANCHESTER, NH – Zachary A. Higgins, 25, of Manchester, NH, died July 27, 2015.

Born in Manchester, NH on July 17, 1990, he was the son of Wesley and Britt Eaton. He resided in the Queen City before moving to Hooksett ten years ago.

He graduated from Manchester High School Central, Class of 2009 and Hesser Business College.

Zachary was a massage therapist at Exhale Spa Therapy for several years.

He will be remembered for his sense of humor as well as for his kind and friendly ways. He enjoyed skateboarding, fishing, listening to music, and playing guitar.

In addition to his parents of Hooksett, family members include his brother, Joshua Higgins of Manchester; his stepsister, Madison Frink of NC; his stepbrother, Jacob Eaton of Hooksett; his maternal grandfather, Normand Lacombe and his wife, Lisa, of Webster; his maternal grandmother, Lynn Lacombe of Manchester; his paternal-grandparents, Daniel and Carol Eaton of Weare; several uncles, including Jonathan Lacombe and his wife, Shaullanda; many cousins and friends.

Services: Following cremation, a calling hour will be held Saturday from 10 to 11 a.m. in First Assembly of God Church, 45 Myles Drive, Auburn. A funeral service will follow at 11 a.m. in the church with the Rev. Garry Hamilton, Lead Pastor, officiating.


 

Editor’s note: The original obituary has been updated to correct Zachary’s age.

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  • steve

    From the birthdate in the article, this young man appeared to have died at 25, not 26. And just barely turning 25. He was 24. Horrible. Anyway, I just hate to see such an error in an obituary summarizing a human being’s life on earth.

    Also the cause of death is not given, which for a 25 year old young man, seems to be an important detail. I hope it’s not drugs.

  • Thanks, Steve. And sadly, it was drugs.

  • lisa

    He also worked at massage heights not exhale. I know this because he was my coworker.