Cody Barnes Obituary – Cody James Barnes, Jr. was brought into the world on February 10, 1956, in Monroe, Michigan. He was one of ten kids brought into the world to the association of Cody Barnes and Mae (Register) Barnes. Cody went to Monroe High School in Monroe, Michigan where he took part in football, baseball, and b-ball until graduating in 1974. As an individual from the b-ball group, he was respected to be named Captain of the 1974 Monroe High School b-ball group.
After secondary school graduation, he proceeded with his schooling at Monroe County Community College prior to accepting his Bachelor’s certificate in friendly work from Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Cody would then enroll in the United States Army in 1982 and got an Honorable Discharge in 1987. In the wake of serving in the United States Army, Cody started a vocation in the car business, where he stayed until resigning in 2019 as a material controller for Bridgewater Industries.
On August 30, 1990, in Monroe, Michigan, Cody would wed his first love, the previous Kim Flennoy. Subsequent to being hitched, Cody and his better half Kim, moved to Romulus, Michigan where he stayed until his passing. He appreciated watching sports, including football, ball, and track. His cherished two football crews were the Detroit Lions and his alma mater, the Eastern Michigan University Eagles. Cody likewise appreciated working out and strolling at the Romulus Rec Center.
He adored paying attention to gospel and jazz music. Cody was extremely attached to perusing and liked understanding collections of memoirs. During his childhood, he has delegated the “Understanding Champion” at the Navarre Branch Library, in the wake of having his name reliably at the highest point of the perusing mass of the library for the gigantic measure of books he read. Cody was best portrayed as an incredible companion and a considerably more noteworthy family man.