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William E. Cody

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William Cody Obituary

William Edward Cody, "Billy" 59, of Cranston died unexpectedly at home surrounded by his family. Billy was the son of Malinda M. "Linda" (Haray) and the late John F. Cody Sr.  Besides his mother, Billy is survived by his loving wife of 25 years Kristen (A'Hearn) Cody, brothers Kenny and John Cody Jr., loving nieces, nephews and his faithful companion Bandit. Billy proudly served as officer in the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for 21 years. 

Billy loved and adored his wife Kristen, who were married for over 25 years 
Billy had the greatest love for his mom, Linda, and brothers Johnny and Kenny
Billy loved all his family and in-laws
Billy absolutely loved his dog Bandit, who was his best friend and always faithful constant companion
Billy loved his neighbors, whom he considered to be true friends
Bill had a life-long passion of caring for his fish and large aquariums, enjoying their company and tranquility
Billy loved his house, and working on his and his family's cars, which always made him happy; even when the weather wasn't the best, Bill had a smile on his face
He took his time when working on projects, and took great pride knowing that he completed an excellent job
Billy was there for everyone at any time, and always went above and beyond to help, without hesitation
Bill worked hard and continuous on projects and he took pride in making sure that everything was completed to perfection, and he was very proud to show off his finished work, even if it was just a single fence picket
Bill always had a huge smile on his face, and left you with a feeling of genuine happiness. Billy had a magnetic charisma of well-being about him, that was contagious, and you were a better person after spending time with him
People and animals loved being with Billy, where there was always a feeling of warmth, comfort, and happiness
Billy will rest in heaven in eternal peace with his father Jack, who was the best dad, where they will both forever share dog stories, until they are joined with the rest of the Codys, to share endless stories of the love for each other, and for our pets, and best friends
Billy wasn't only special to his family, he was special to everyone
A loving husband, son, brother, forever friend and best buddy to his dog Bandit
Billy, with all our love, may you forever rest in peace 

Funeral Services were held on Wednesday October 4, 2023.

Burial was in St. Ann Cemetery Cranston.

Donation in Billy's memory can be made to ReFocus Inc. 45 Greely Avenue Providence, RI 02904. Attn: Dream Grants

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