Kirksey Funeral Home

406 Lenoir Road, Morganton, NC


Cody Paul McClure

June 7, 1993June 16, 2020

Cody Paul McClure, age 27, of Morganton, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, June 16, 2020.

A private family memorial service will be held at a later date.

Kirksey Funeral Home of Morganton has the honor of serving the family.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Cody Paul McClure

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Amelia McClure

June 22, 2020

I love you and will miss you so much
There’s no words to describe it

Bailey Bennett

June 19, 2020

Thanks for being the best big brother ever ❤️ Love you ❤️

Uncle Nick

June 19, 2020

Cody Uncle Nick Loves you and hates your gone . I can't torment you anymore in person but to let you know imma do it out loud out of voice or in my mind. Love you sidekick!!!!

McKenna Rhyne

June 19, 2020

Cody was a faithful brother, son, grandson, nephew, brother in law and friend. He was compassionate and loyal. He would give his last cigarette to someone who needed greater than he. If someone was hurting, Cody was there to reassure the person, keep the person company and show his love by his presence. Cody was a man of few words but he didn’t need words to communicate the love he felt for his family; especially his brothers.
Brotherhood is a powerful thing. An entity not easily broken. While it could be said Cody’s passing has broken the brotherhood; Matthew, Jonathon, Daniel and Jackson would tell you differently. They will tell you that blood is thicker than water. Those five words summarize over 20 years of fighting, scheming, and antics, especially where their Uncle Nick is concerned, as boys tend to participate in those kinds of things. But in the end, it was never goodbye. It will always be, a simple see you later.
It is hard to mourn the loss of a life so young, a piece of our own blood, a piece of us, that can never ever be replaced. But through a brotherhood, fortified in mourning and love, we will do as Cody would have done. By going above and beyond for others and recognizing that there can be strength and love in the quiet.

Frances Huffman

June 18, 2020

He was the cutest little boy. His granny Jean used to leave him at our house. My daughter had a water bed and we would play on it and sing songs. He was so smart and even when he was young he could talk about anything. Love forever, Aunt Frances

Danny McClure

June 17, 2020

Little Cody was everything to me and my granny jean and we pretty much raised that guy like our very own which he was. I feel like a peice of my heart has gone now. I loved him even when he thought I didn't, even when his granny and mine died and he moved in with his grand parents in Morganton. My love for you will always be strong and I hope to see you again one day in the living arms of granny jean in heaven,Love you kid.