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Zach Muckleroy: Who was Fort Worth CEO?

Zach Muckleroy
Zach Muckleroy

Zach Muckleroy, a prominent Fort Worth businessman and his two young children were tragically killed in a car accident on Wednesday night in Central Texas, according to authorities and a statement from his company.

Zach Muckleroy and his children, Judson, 12, and Lindsay, 9, were killed in the crash, according to the statements.

Peterman, the senior pastor at University Christian Church in Fort Worth, confirmed in a statement that Muckleroy and his children were killed in a crash near Johnson City on Wednesday night.

Peterman said Muckleroy’s wife, Lauren, survived the crash and was flown to an Austin hospital in critical condition.

Zach Muckleroy: Who was Fort Worth CEO?

Zach Muckleroy was CEO of Texas commercial construction company Muckleroy & Falls.

Muckleroy in an interview on his company’s website said he graduated from TCU with an accounting and finance degree.

According to his official LinkedIn account, Muckleroy joined the established organization in January 2009 as their project manager. He climbed the ladder to become their Vice President in May 2013.

In January 2021, he was appointed as their Chief Executive Officer and held the position for the last two years.

According to the organization’s official website, they specialize in preconstruction, design and build, construction management, and BIM and VDC.

They have worked on several projects, including that of the Le Meridien Hotel, Freeman Mazda, Hyatt House Hotel, Fort Worth Harley Davidson, and the Worthington Nation Bank amongst others.

Prior to taking on the role of an executive leader, Zach Muckleroy also worked with the Endeavor Real Estate Group, Trademark Property Company, and James R. Harris Partners.

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