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    Timothy NealSep 15, 2010 at 2:05 pm

    Cody was not my friend. He was my brother. We were very close. I was at basic training when i found out a week after his death what happened. I wanted to be there for his funeral but i already missed his funeral by time i got a letter in the mail telling me he was gone. I found out about the memorial show over facebook and told myself I had to go. When i found out about his death, i cried for three days straight. I was messing up on my training. I couldn’t keep my head straight. It was hard to believe that one of my best friends was gone. Then i realized that he isn’t gone. He is still with me where ever i go. Everyone, i wish i could have been there for the visitation, the funeral, even the memorial event at Jackson’s landing. But i just couldn’t. Which made me feel worse. Its kind of ironic. I was training to give my life when needed to for my country, and one of my best friends was just trying to have fun and lost his. Every day i think about Cody. Trying to keep my head straight. Sometimes i just want to cry. and i do. Cody will never be forgotten by me and hopefully by anyone else. Cody was a loving and funny friend. He was the kind of person to cheer you up even though you were in the worse mood. He would make you laugh. Make you smile. But most of all he made you feel wanted in life. He made you feel like he wanted you to be a friend of his. But he was more than a friend. He was my brother. I will never forget him. I’m going to miss you brother.

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    FluffySep 5, 2010 at 6:32 am

    i loved cody to death, he had a heart like nobody else’s. he always had a nice thing to say to somebody, and he always meant it. last time i ever saw him was in summer school, we would always sit at the monette park for lunch. one of the last things he told me before summer school was over was to never hold a grudge. he would go on about why its a terrible thing.

    this is the last thing he ever posted on facebook.

    If there is a higher power in existence, one who controls fate itself then why is there conflict and agony? “Holdin onto anger is like holding a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else, you are the one who gets burned.” Siddhartha Gautoma, the creator of buddhism. Now should we still contain our inner s…anctity of the beast which lies inside of all of us, or should we let it run free? -Cody Michener

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    CliftonJul 26, 2010 at 11:39 am

    You all have the spirit and mind of showing the love of the friendship we all have but the hardest thing is losing a brother everyone has GREAT taste of choice words i love them all as us being he will be loved and missed by thousands of people we dont even know about Cody Joe was my brother and always be my brother no matter what is in our hearts in our minds and standing right beside us as i type this message and as u read it he was filled with joy and laughter and i see why he try so hard to keep his parents together they are wonderful now we have new parents they need our love and support friendship is good but i think being called family is better. As friends come and go, no matter where life leads me i will always carry my family with me in my heart. And you guys know who you are and ecspecially you CODY JOE MICHENER

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    NathanJul 21, 2010 at 10:57 am

    Cody was one of those guys that you couldn’t hate. He always and I repeat ALWAYS made me laugh. When I was feeling down in the dumps, he would approach me and say the weirdest things. Which, in turn, would make me laugh. All of my troubles would go away. He was one of those guys that was smart and funny. No matter what I say, none of my words I say can ever do him justice. (sorry for copying you Calvin) Cody was a great friend of mine even though we never actually hung out. We talked at school and told jokes to each other. I remember sitting in Mr. Brummett’s class along with Timothy Neal. Us three would always give Mr. Brummett a hard time, but out of fun though. Cody will GREATLY be missed. I can’t even describe how I feel right now.

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    CherieJul 20, 2010 at 5:35 pm

    Cody was the bestest friend you could ever ask for. He always found some way to make you smile when it was needed and always made me feel better about myself. He truley loved all his friends and i think i pretty much speak for us all when i say we will forever love him as well. He would always listen when you needed to talk, and was always there when you needed him, and he is and will be greatly missed. Love and Miss ya Cody Joe.

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    Amanda GreenJul 19, 2010 at 3:02 pm

    Cody was an amazing person who was always there for you when you needed someone to talk to. He understood every word you said and took it to heart 🙂 I really do miss Cody. He was one of my bestest friends. He was always giving me hugs in school, & i remember the first time i ever met him was in choir class one day during spirit week. He came in with his wrestling suit from 7th grade and im like OH DEAR! LOL WHO IS THAT! n we had became friends from there on.. It just seems like its all a big dream, and that he isnt rly gone. Which to me, he will never be gone. He will always be in my heart. I ♥ YOU CODY!

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    Calvin WallaceJul 18, 2010 at 9:25 pm

    All of the kind words I could ever say about cody could never do him justice.

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    KatherineJul 18, 2010 at 9:07 pm

    I never got the chance to really know Cody, but from everything I have heard about him from others I wish I would’ve got that chance. I can tell he will truly be missed by so many. Kick it up in heaven Cody, they need the enertainment just as we did!

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