memorial

Cody Mcclendon

Sept. 18, 1983 - April 8, 2022

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Cody Mark McClendon passed on to a better life on 4/8/2022. He was born 09/18/1983 to Tony Mark McClendon and Nona Kay McClendon in Gainesville, Texas. Shortly after moving from Pennsylvania to Federal Way, Washington Cody began and remained in a relationship with Tiffany Abelson for 11 years. The family will plan memorial services after his body goes through its transformation to return to its natural state under the care of The Earth Funeral Home in Auburn, Washington. Cody's ashes will return to nature - the first joy in his life. He lived by the water and outdoors before he found his new hobby with technology gaming. He had amazing intelligence in technical areas. He was an enthusiastic fan of the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers. Cody was a gentle soul with a huge heart; he loved big. He wanted to put a smile on your face and used his playful side using goofy antics and bizarre jokes. He loved his music, going to the movies, playing Xbox; reading the " Left Behind " series books, and loved his Dyson pug that he shared with Tiffany. Cody is missed and will continue to be missed but always loved by all who knew him. Cody is survived by his mother, Nona Kay Becker in Washington; daughter Lexie Hawkins of Texas; sisters, Courtney Lee of Texas; Brittaney McClendon in Oklahoma; brother, Morgan McClendon of Texas; Aunt Linda Roberts Ford in Washington; MaMa Betty McClendon; Aunt Donna Tanner of Texas; Uncle Jim McClendon of Texas; Uncle Johnny Roberts; numerous cousins. Preceded in death by Dodie James McClendon in 1989; NeNe Ruth Roberts in 2000; his dad, Tony Mark McClendon in 2010; Uncles Tracy McClendon in 2010, and Todd McClendon in 2017; Grandpa Aytes in 2020.

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