Cody McFarland

16 Condolences

16 Condolences

  1. Sending hugs and love to you, Duffy, and your family. I always looked forward to seeing you and Cody when he worked with Judy. He had a contagious smile. I hope that the happy memories you have will help you get through this difficult time. Please come and see us!

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  2. I have worked with Cody for many years and cared about him deeply. My condolences and prayers to you and your family Duffy. May you find peace in your heart and happiness in your future.

    With Love,

    Susan Cook

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  3. Cody has touched the life of so many. His smile and his laugh are imprinted on my heart. May peace find his family and friends in the days and years to come.

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  4. God afforded me the priviledge of caring for Cody and please know that with that gift I got more from Cody than I gave to him. He was truly one of God’s own. He never ceased to amaze when he came for visits. He smiled all the time as we talked regardless of how sick he was at the time. I walked out the pt rooms better than when I went in. Wow! What patient can do that! I will miss Cody. He made the world a better place. He made me a better doctor and human being. Thank you Cody.

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  5. Cody was such a playful and loving boy. I will always remember how amazing he was as he learned to ride his bike around and around. His smile would light up the day and fill your heart with love. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Duffy.

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  6. I always loved seeing you and Cody come in to play with Chris and Judy. The love that flowed both ways between you two was obvious. He will be remembered!

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  7. I had the privilege to hold Cody in my hands weekly for almost 5 years. His joyful personality will never be forgotten. The love and lessons he shared with all of us will live on forever. I will miss you Cody. Love and healing to your amazing mom and family.

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  8. I had the privilege to hold Cody in my hands weekly for almost 5 years. His joyful personality will never be forgotten. The love and lessons he shared with all of us will live on forever. I will miss you Cody. Love and healing to your amazing mom and family.

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  9. Although we didn’t get to know Cody ourselves, he was always part of our family through my mother. She always talked about her Godson as if he were another son. He will be looked after in heaven by her now. On behalf of all the Flora family we send our prayers and condolences.

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  10. Cody is one the coolest kids I’ve ever known. He was so smart and funny to boot. I truly miss hearing my boys argue over who’s turn it was to push him down the sidewalk and Cody giggling at them. We are sorry we’re not there for you, Duffy. Please know you’re heavy on our hearts.

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  11. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Dauphne. Wish I could be there on Friday evening for the service, but please know I’m thinking about you and wishing you strength and peace today and always. Cody was blessed to have you as his mother!

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  12. To the family of Cody. I personally did not know Cody but what I can tell from Family and Friends he was a Very much Loved Young man who brought many smiles and wonderful memories to their lives. Please keep these smiles and memories in your heart while going through these hard times. Everyone is on earth for a reason and Cody’s was to make people smile.

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  13. Dauphne I never met Cody, but I know he was a blessing to you. He looks so much like his grandfather, James F Eubanks who I know was there to meet him, along with the rest of his family. May God keep you in his hands during this difficult time.

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  14. Prayers and thoughts going out to you each day since hearing the news. With only meeting Cody at a young age, he has forever been imprinted on my heart. Your love and devotion for him was seen through all your posts on Facebook and on this page. May memories bring many smiles to carry you through the tough days. we were planning to come to his visitation tonight, but I wasn’t sure if it was accessible.

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  15. I am sorry for your loss. Death is such a painful event ,especially death of a child, that it’s called an enemy in the Bible at 1 Corinthians 15:26. But Jesus gave us a hope in the Bible at John 11:25: “I am the resurrection and the life. He that exercises faith in me, even though he dies, will come to life.” So, we will be able to see our loved ones again by means of the resurrection. Then we will never have to lose them again. We know this because God has promised us this in the Bible at such scriptures as Isaiah 25:8, Isaiah 26:19, and Revelation 21:3-5. Please allow God’s Word to strengthen you and help you to endure this most difficult time. May “the God of all comfort” (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) comfort and soothe your heart.

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  16. Our son was a classmate and friend to Cody. We’re sorry for your loss and offer our prayers for peace and strength. God Bless you all.

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