Fairfield – Zachary (Zack) M Tulley, 28, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, February 25, 2018.\r\n\r\nZack was born in Waterville, Maine, on October 16, 1989. He was the son of Heidi (Littlefield) White and Matthew Tulley. He attended Lawrence High School. \r\n\r\nZack had previously worked in the asbestos removal field, worked as a laborer at Nitram, and acquired his CDL license and drove commercially over the road. \r\n\r\nZack was a big fan of all sports. Football was his first love and he was a loyal Lawrence Bulldog and New England Patriots fan. He grew up playing football for the Fairfield PAL league and continued through high school. He also enjoyed basketball and baseball. Zack loved children and enjoyed spending time with his boys, nieces and nephews. He enjoyed playing video games and competing with family and friends. In his younger years he was uncle Harrison’s shadow and helper. Zack loved to socialize and enjoyed telling a good story. \r\n\r\nZack was predeceased by his Grandfather Reginald Fortin. \r\n\r\nHe was survived by his mother Heidi White and spouse Daren White; father Matthew Tulley and partner Sara Goodridge; his fiancé Sarah Pelletier and sons Landon Tulley, Bentley Tulley, Jonah Chase and step son Anthony Dyer; brothers Nathan Withee and fiancé Elizabeth Welch, Nicholas Withee, Shawn Withee Jr., Michael Tulley and spouse Chelsea; sister Mackenzee (Tulley) Cannon and spouse David Cannon; Step brother Michael White and step sister Madison White; maternal grandmother Shirley K Littlefield and grandfather Kenneth Littlefield; fraternal grandmother Carol Trask and grandfather Michael Tulley; uncles and aunts, Jeffrey D Littlefield and partner Kathy Butler, Rodney and Katrina Corson, Harrison and Kym Littlefield, Brian and Megan Littlefield, Mark Tulley, Joni and Alan Smith, and Kelly (Tulley) Frazee; and several loving cousins, nieces and nephews.\r\n\r\nThe family welcomes everyone that would like to come for a celebration of life for Zack on Saturday, March 3, 2018, at the Prescott Hall located on the Hinckley campus between 1 – 5 pm.