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'''Ashli Lynne Zinn''' (born June 7, 1998) is an American producer that is best known as the first adopted daughter of ''[[Vote for the Girls (U.S.)|Vote for the Girls]]'' host and former WXXC-FTV Fort Wayne news reporter [[Ava Zinn]].  
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'''Ashli Lynne Zinn''' (June 7, 1998 - May 9, 2020) was an American producer best known as the first adopted daughter of ''[[Vote for the Girls (U.S.)|Vote for the Girls]]'' host and former WXXC-FTV Fort Wayne news reporter [[Ava Zinn]].  
  
  
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Zinn was born Ashli Lynne Barrington to Angie Willis (b. 1978 d. 2010) and Aaron Barrington (b. 1974 d. 2000) and raised in [[wikipedia:Upland, Indiana|Upland, Indiana]]. After her biological father died of overdose of meth, Ashli was raised by her then-stepfather, internet television personality/webmaster Frank Zinn (now adopted father [[Ava Zinn]]). Ashli has a half-sister [[Tabitha Zinn|Tabitha]] (b.2003 d. 2018). Just days shy of Ashli's 12th birthday, her mother died of a heart attack.  
 
Zinn was born Ashli Lynne Barrington to Angie Willis (b. 1978 d. 2010) and Aaron Barrington (b. 1974 d. 2000) and raised in [[wikipedia:Upland, Indiana|Upland, Indiana]]. After her biological father died of overdose of meth, Ashli was raised by her then-stepfather, internet television personality/webmaster Frank Zinn (now adopted father [[Ava Zinn]]). Ashli has a half-sister [[Tabitha Zinn|Tabitha]] (b.2003 d. 2018). Just days shy of Ashli's 12th birthday, her mother died of a heart attack.  
  
She attended her mother's alma matter [[wikipedia:Eastbrook High School|Eastbrook High School]], where she has attended from August 2011 until May 2016. Despite [[Ava Zinn relocation to Fort Wayne, Indiana|her adopted father's move]] to [[wikipedia:Fort Wayne, Indiana|Fort Wayne]], Ashli and [[Tiffani Zinn|adopted half-sister]] and half-sister-in-law (Jenna) remained in Gas City and Marion, respectively, until moving to Fort Wayne in 2019 while her adopted transgendered half-brother, [[Kalvin Zinn|Kalvin]] moved to Bloomington before moving to Fort Wayne himself in December 2019 and adopted half-sister, [[Samantha Zinn|Samantha]] had already relocated to Fort Wayne in 2016.
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She attended her mother's alma matter [[wikipedia:Eastbrook High School|Eastbrook High School]], where she has attended from August 2011 until May 2016. Despite [[Ava Zinn relocation to Fort Wayne, Indiana|her adopted father's move]] to [[wikipedia:Fort Wayne, Indiana|Fort Wayne]], Ashli and [[Tiffani Zinn|adopted half-sister]] and half-sister-in-law (Jenna) remained in Gas City and Marion, respectively, until moving to Fort Wayne in 2019 while her adopted transgendered half-brother, [[Kalvin Zinn|Kalvin]] (b. 2000 d. 2020) moved to Bloomington before moving to Fort Wayne himself in December 2019 and adopted half-sister, [[Samantha Zinn|Samantha]] had already relocated to Fort Wayne in 2016.
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On May 9, 2020, Ashli died from suicide via drug overdose.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:27, 9 May 2020

Ashli Zinn
Born Ashli Lynne Barrington
(1998-06-07)June 7, 1998
Marion, Indiana, U.S.
Died Fort Wayne, Indiana
May 9, 2020(2020-05-09) (aged 21)
Years active 2018-2020

Ashli Lynne Zinn (June 7, 1998 - May 9, 2020) was an American producer best known as the first adopted daughter of Vote for the Girls host and former WXXC-FTV Fort Wayne news reporter Ava Zinn.


Life and career[edit]

Zinn was born Ashli Lynne Barrington to Angie Willis (b. 1978 d. 2010) and Aaron Barrington (b. 1974 d. 2000) and raised in Upland, Indiana. After her biological father died of overdose of meth, Ashli was raised by her then-stepfather, internet television personality/webmaster Frank Zinn (now adopted father Ava Zinn). Ashli has a half-sister Tabitha (b.2003 d. 2018). Just days shy of Ashli's 12th birthday, her mother died of a heart attack.

She attended her mother's alma matter Eastbrook High School, where she has attended from August 2011 until May 2016. Despite her adopted father's move to Fort Wayne, Ashli and adopted half-sister and half-sister-in-law (Jenna) remained in Gas City and Marion, respectively, until moving to Fort Wayne in 2019 while her adopted transgendered half-brother, Kalvin (b. 2000 d. 2020) moved to Bloomington before moving to Fort Wayne himself in December 2019 and adopted half-sister, Samantha had already relocated to Fort Wayne in 2016.

Death[edit]

On May 9, 2020, Ashli died from suicide via drug overdose.

References[edit]

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