Cody Lee Beal, age 27 of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, passed away from this life on April 30, 2022. Cody was born at Deaconess Hospital at 8:25am on July 31, 1994.
Cody attended Mustang Schools from Kindergarten through 12th grade. He played football, basketball and ran track from the age of 5 throughout his junior high, mid-high and high school years. Earning the nicknames “Sunshine” and “Man Child”, Cody played many positions, his favorites being Free Safety and Quarterback. He truly shined on the football field. Cody led his freshman varsity team to a perfect 9/0 season, where he earned his championship ring. From the young age of 5, Cody loved riding motorcycles, and his love only expanded as he grew up - it was just in his blood.
Cody was a sweet, loving son with lots of energy and laughter. He loved his mom’s cooking and enjoyed competing with his dad and little brother. He was always very smart academically, and schoolwork came very easily to him. He could pass his classes only doing half of the work, and never brought homework home. Cody had a soft spot for all animals but was always particularly fond of dogs.
With a big heart through and through, Cody was the typical big brother that loved and tormented his little brother. He had a hard, tough exterior, but was so soft on the inside. His light really began to shine when he found Allison, Avery and Ella, the loves of his life. He worked incredibly hard to give them everything they needed and wanted, and he was so excited about their new baby on the way. He loved his family so very much and was very happy in his life.
Cody strived to be the best at everything he did, and make no mistake, he always was and always will be. He lived life to the fullest, squeezing out every bit of excitement with everything he did. He was adored by many loved by so many more. He was a truly great man, and he will be deeply and forever missed.
Left behind to cherish Cody’s memory are his loving parents, mother Kalyn N. (Hill) Beal, and father, Rex A. Beal; his brother, Kyle S. Beal; one niece, Zoey Ann Beal; his beloved fiancée, Allison, their two girls, Avery, and Ella, and Baby Beal on the way; along with a host of other extended family and friends.