OBITUARIO

Cody Earl Minor

26 enero , 19947 septiembre , 2020
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Cody Earl Minor, 26, of El Lago, Texas, a sweet loving son, brother, and friend passed away peacefully September 7, 2020 in Houston, Texas. He was born in Nassau Bay, Texas on January 26, 1994 to Joe Todd Minor and Ramona Lynn Minor and was raised in El Lago/Seabrook, Texas. He graduated from Clear Falls High School in 2013.

Cody loved cars and trucks, eating pizza, giving his niece gifts, listening to music before he lost his hearing last year, and as of late, cruising around on his scooter. He had a very sweet, compassionate heart and charismatic personality that gave him a unique ability to find new friends anywhere he was. He loved to tell jokes to entertain and make people laugh. He had a special clothing style that suited his personality that made us smile. Cody was always on the move, curious about what or who was behind the next door.

Cody’s life was met with many challenges and medical conditions. At a young age he was diagnosed with Addison’s Disease, a rare adrenal gland insufficiency disorder, and Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria, an ultra-rare bone marrow failure disease. He later suffered with numerous other medical conditions including congestive heart failure and was on dialysis.

The last several years Cody was in the hospital more than he was not. Many of the hospital doctors, nurses, and staff knew Cody due to his personality and inability to sit still for too long. He would run the hospital halls when he was able to. It was a blessing that we had him in our lives for as long as we did. He was a trooper and dealt with it all the best he could until he could not anymore. He touched so many lives and he will be missed greatly.

He is preceded in death by his mother, Ramona, grandparents Audrey and Louis Recio, and grandparents Patsy Minor and his namesake Pawpaw Earl Minor.

Cody is survived by his loving and caregiving father, Todd Minor with Karen McSpadden, brother, James Minor with Kayla Duggan, his favorite person in the entire world, niece Ava Lynn Minor, sister, Stacy Minor with Tony Domingo, aunt Trisha Minor with Philip Smith, aunt Rowena and uncle John Wenzel, cousins Tommy, Richard, Brittany, and Steven and others.

Special appreciation to his amazing caregiver, Rose, his dialysis nurses, Maria, Lily, and Nydia, and Dr. Shouieb Tambra, Dr. Lawrence Rice, Dr. Jiajian Lin and Dr. Maria Gonzales.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Aplastic Anemia & MDS International Foundation. https://www.aamds.org/forms/make-donation

Servicios

  • Visitation

    sábado, 12 septiembre , 2020

  • Memorial Service

    sábado, 12 septiembre , 2020

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Karla Porter

septiembre 16, 2020

I remember Cody giving the best hugs and how good it felt when you'd get one. Always Remembered🤗 Rest safely & easy in God's arms💖

Rebecca Giles

septiembre 13, 2020

One day, we will fly like EAGLES together.

I love you.

Maria Gonzale

septiembre 12, 2020

Cody was the kind of person you could never forget once you met him. Although it saddened me to see Cody in the hospital, I always looked forward to seeing him during rounds. He had a great sense of humor and always made me smile. I will sorely miss Cody and the beautiful person he was. May God rest his soul.

Maria Mwamuka

septiembre 12, 2020

I had the privilege of knowing Cody Minor through his journey on dialysis by participating in his care at home and the hospital.
Cody humbled most of us as we witnessed his struggles with pain and a myriad of health issues.With all that he exuded kindness,love, and compassion to the point that I stopped complaining about trivial issues in my life.
I will never forget one night at 0300 in the ICU on one of his many hospital admissions during which he was unstable and all disciplines involved in his care were trying to stabilize him he blurted out to the doctors to hurry up in stabilizing him because I needed to be home with my child and I had been working since the previous morning.
Cody cared a lot about others especially the homeless by buying them food and giving them small amounts of change in his pockets.
When Cody was up and about he would ride the train to pass time until his dad got home from work. One Sunday morning Cody rode the train to the medical center bought coffee at Starbucks came to the dialysis dept looking for me and his kidney doctor to give us coffee.Cody knew I worked every weekend and wanted to make sure I get a decent cup of coffee.
This act of kindness brought tears of joy to my eyes and changed my inner self.The doctor felt the same way.
Cody was special to me and each time I met him in clinic for his monthly visit I made sure he knew how much he was loved by his family and those caring for his health.
I shall miss you Cody with your stubbornness and beautiful smiles and jokes. I know you are in a better place than us and I also know that you are the Angel of God watching over your family especially your Dad and your Auntie Trish who never gave up trying all aspects of medical treatments to improve your health.
To Cody’s family I am truly sorry for your loss May God wipe your tears,console you and give you peace.He is resting now and shall always be remembered by most of us.

Paige Zittle

septiembre 12, 2020

This picture is all of us together at Trt about 6 years ago! From the moment I first met cody he was a real joy to be around always laughing and joking.
Even with his health issues he always had a positive attitude. Ill never forget how much he loved his coffee!
You Will defiantly be missed my friend!
Love you!

Mona Hollis

septiembre 11, 2020

Cody's wet clothes in my yard after a night out, Todd coming by to get them. Too much, made me laugh so hard with my son. My introduction to Cody. He always talked so fast too and smelled like Sonic.

Mona Hollis

septiembre 11, 2020

Sweet Tater Tot Cody. I was blessed to have met you and know you. RIP, we need another bright , kind and loving Angel.

Leanne Nell

septiembre 11, 2020

Cody was our neighbor and my dads little buddy.. Cody was like the go home roger little brother that was always there to cheer you up and tell you all the gossip in the neighborhood.. I have so many memories watching him from a little boy sitting in the driveway with the car on no where to go because he was like 12 🤣 Cody will be greatly missed the boy had charm on your worst day he would still find a way to give you a compliment ...Rest in peace angel ✌

Michaela McKeehan

septiembre 10, 2020

Cody was a goofball from what I remember. He always had something funny to say and quick to have a snippy remark that always made you laugh. He was a kind and special young man that will be missed. Best condolences to his family.

Aleksa Vega

septiembre 10, 2020

I went to school with Cody Minor at Pine Drive Christian Scool. Cody lit up the room when he walked in & always had a smile & an amazing attitude. He was a fighter & a strong soul. Cody was a blessing to everyone he met & an unforgettable person who will always be in our hearts.

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