Cody Edward Geesey
Soldotna resident Cody Edward Geesey died Saturday, April 29, 2006, from injuries sustained in a vehicle accident in Soldotna. He was 14.
A celebration of Cody’s life will be held at 6 p.m. Monday, May 8 at the Abundant Life Assembly of God Church in Sterling. Pastor Bob Reasner will officiate. A reception will follow the service in the youth building at the church.
Cody was born Dec. 2, 1991, in Vancouver, Wash. He moved to Alaska in 1997 and attended school at Soldotna Elementary School and was in eighth grade at Soldotna Middle School.
He was a member of the Abundant Life Assembly of God and enjoyed playing the guitar, sports and had a wonderful sense of humor.
“Cody was the most wonderful young man. He had a heart that burned with compassion for people and God. His love for the Lord blessed me and many others. My peace lies in knowing my son is in the arms of God and I will see him again when I join him in heaven. I love you Cody, and I miss you very much,” his mother said.
“I love you and miss you. Wish you were here. I’ll see you in heaven,” his 10-year-old brother, Casey, wrote.
“My brother Cody was very, very funny. He always played with us when we wanted him to. Cody was teaching me to play the guitar,” his 8-year-old brother, Dylan, wrote.
Cody is survived by his father and step-mother, David and Shannon Geesey of Vancouver; mother and step-father, Gail Elizabeth and Robert Wiley Simons of Alaska; brothers, Justin David Geesey of Vancouver, Casey, Dylan, Jesse, Justin and Josh Simons all of Alaska, Kevyn J. Soucy of Vancouver, Seth and Cohen Geesey; and sisters, Sarah Geesey of California, Sarah King of Alaska, Kilah Soucy, Jaidyn and Amaris Geesey all of Vancouver; and grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins and many other friends.
The family prefers memorial donations in Cody’s name be directed to the Cody Geesey Memorial Fund, c/o Wells Fargo Bank, account No. 2526260407.
Arrangements were made by Peninsula Memorial Chapel in Kenai.
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