Adam Ashworth, a Law Enforcement Veteran, Has Passed Away
Adam Ashworth spent 11 years serving with the St. George Police Department in Utah as part of bicycle patrol, enjoying building relationships within his community and meeting new people daily.
He contracted COVID-19 while on duty and spent two weeks in an inducible coma before passing away Thursday night at 39 years of age.
Early Life and Education
Adam Ashworth began his law enforcement career in September of 2011. Over his four-year career he served on patrol units as well as serving on honor guard duty and being field training officer. Adam found immense pleasure in helping people in any way possible through law enforcement work and was passionate about helping his community.
Adam was an exceptionally dedicated and caring teacher. He assisted many students in passing their GCSEs and managed numerous sports clubs at his schools of employment. Additionally, Adam enjoyed woodworking and craftsman work.
In 2015, he was honored as the Atlantic Coast Conference men’s tennis coach of the year after leading Duke to a 20-5 record and finishing second place at their conference tournament. Additionally, several players earned All-ACC honors, while three ranked within the top 100 singles rankings.
Adam Ashworth has been providing recruitment consulting services for 11 years. Over that period he has assisted countless candidates find their perfect jobs, earning himself a stellar reputation among recruiters. Adam believes it’s crucial to take time getting to know candidates’ career goals before offering precise placements that suit both parties involved.
Adam uses his experience as a top leadership speaker with his professional work to motivate and uplift audiences at businesses, schools and non-profit organizations alike.
Utah State transfer Steven Ashworth will visit Creighton this weekend to assess their team, with hopes that he and Baylor Scheierman can form an unstoppable perimeter duo for them.
Achievement and Honors
Adam Ashworth made an 11-year contribution to the St. George Police Department in southern Utah. He found immense pleasure interacting with residents of this city which borders Arizona. Adam served on patrol, public order team and Honor Guard units within this department.
Ashworth served as president of Provo Kiwanis Club and trustee for Crandall Historical Printing Museum, as well as acting as Utah-Idaho district governor of Kiwanis International.
His passion for sport led him to establish a sports directors’ association. He believed that smaller clubs could compete against Manchester City if they developed their own methods of running their businesses; many clubs benefited from the process that he put in place.
Adam’s family have been overwhelmed with love and respect from everyone since Adam passed. Bobbi recalls her husband as being both strong yet soft-spoken; always managing to diffuse potentially explosive situations with humor while treating everyone with respect.
He donned the uniform of a police officer for 11 years and loved every second. Children held a special place in his heart; he would often hand out stickers that looked like police badges as gifts.
Ashworth’s death from COVID-19 marked one of the closest calls St. George police has come to having an officer die while performing their duty. For more information, visit St. George News.
Adam Ashworth is a billionaire and President of Tivity Health. Known in the healthcare sector for being an outspoken voice regarding its future development, Adam serves on various boards in Utah where Tivity Health operates as well as Kiwanis International.
He has completed over one trade in TVTY stock since 2022, the largest of which being exercising 348,653 units of Tivity Health Inc stock worth $11,331,2223 on 28 June 2022. Additionally, his allergen-friendly food blog/vlog “Gigi Eats” boasts over 50,000 subscribers.
He has also served as General Counsel of Zija International of Lehi and has an ongoing legal practice in Provo. Additionally, his business deals in rare Mormon, Western, religious documents, books, and other curiosities.