Cody Weston Harrison, age 29, passed away on June 25, 2018. He was the beloved son of Doug and Suzanne Harrison. Cody was born on January 9, 1989 in Houston, Texas and joined the Harrison family at the age of three weeks.
As a child, Cody’s favorite books were the Goosebumps series. He loved going to the City of Bellaire swimming pool with his friends and his brother Shane. Cody learned the game of basketball from his cousin David and took those skills to the Bellaire Rec League. Soccer was another passion and he played all the way through high school. As a counselor at summer camps, Cody loved working with kids. He also enjoyed the outdoors and the many camping trips with his family to Big Bend and Colorado.
Cody graduated from Bellaire High School in 2007 and went on to attend University of Houston earning a BA majoring in Psychology. He was currently working towards a master’s degree in education. Cody enjoyed working out and his daily trips to the gym. He treasured spending time with his precious girlfriend, Caitlin. Cody was always ready for a game of pool with his brother, Shane. He liked watching baseball, especially his favorite team, the New York Yankees. Cody was a fan of reading, loved watching movies, and could recite the dialogue from every episode of Seinfield.
Cody will be remembered for his bright smile and the way he could light up a room with his personality. Cody was kind, funny, full of life and his charming nature made him an easy friend. He was complex and absolutely beautiful in every way. Cody was a shinning light in so many people’s life. He will be missed dearly.
Cody is survived by his brother, Shane; his Aunts Janet Glasscock, Diane Gordon and Connie Gottlob; his Uncle Ed Gottlob; cousins Michael, Shelley, Jessica, Jennifer, and David; his girlfriend, Caitlin Worthing, and his faithful dog, Blue.
Service will be held Monday, July 2, 2018 at McGovern Centennial Garden Pavilion in Hermann Park, 1500 Hermann Dr., Houston, Texas.
Visitation 10:00 – 11:00am
Memorial Service 11:00am
The family wishes to express its sincere gratitude to all those who have supported them during this time of loss.
Should friends desire, contributions in honor of Cody Harrison may be made to the SPCA or any animal rescue organization of your choice.