Dennis Michael Cody
March 30, 1948 – July 31, 2018
Dennis Michael Cody (Denny), 70, of Colorado Springs, Colorado passed away on July 31, 2018 with his family by his side. Dennis was born in Flint, Michigan on March 30, 1948 to John and Anita (Shumway) Cody.
Denny was a 1966 graduate from Genesee High School. He married Carol Dyson on January 18, 1969. He was employed as a police officer and transitioned into a self-employed master mechanic. In1994, Dennis graduated from Ferris State University with a degree in education and worked as an educator. Denny enjoyed spending time with family, especially watching his grandson’s play hockey. He was talented with tools and would help others any time he was asked. Denny also enjoyed attending and helping his church community. He will be deeply missed by his family and friends.
Denny is survived by his wife Carol Ann Cody (Dyson); Daughter Cortney (Anthony) Lupo, his grandsons; Anthony Lupo III and Ayden Lupo who were the most important part of his life. Brothers and Sisters: Donna Leonard, William (Chris) Cody, Robert (Barb) Cody, Donna (Al) Tondu, Ronald Erickson, Jerry (Rose) O’Brien, Grady Dyson, Special Nieces: Tammy Keener, Keagan Keener Special Nephews: Ty Keener, John Keener; Many nieces, nephews, and friends. Denny was preceded in death by his parents John and Anita (Shumway) Cody, Brother Jack Cody, Brother-in-law John Leonard, and Sisters-in-law Theresa Erickson and Cathy Dyson.
A Memorial Service has been planned for 2:00 pm Saturday, August 11, 2018. Services will be held at Heritage Baptist Church 5199 East Hill Road Grand Blanc, MI 48439 In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Heritage Baptist Church.
- Memorial Service Saturday, August 11, 2018
- Memorial Service Saturday, September 8, 2018
Dennis Michael Cody
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August 4, 2018
I remember going to Flint to visit Grandma & Grandpa Cody and on one occasion staying with Uncle Denny, Aunt Carol & Cortney. We went to the drive- in and the next day he took me to a stock car race. He also took me on a tour of the Genesee County Jail. I believe I was 10. He also drove down to Detroit to sell us a vaccume that we used even when we moved to Colorado. I enjoyed all the times we shared. Our prayers are with Aunt Carol, Cortney and family.