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Cody A LePage, 29, passed away on Thursday February 16, 2023, at home in Belton, MO. He will be deeply missed until they meet again.
Born on January 8, 1994 in Kansas City, MO. Cody lived in Hiawatha, KS until he was 8. They moved to Belton, MO, he was a student at Belton High School. They attended Belton Assembly ofGod, he loved going to the youth group, convention, youth camp, small group, and Jesus.
Cody could be an introvert at first, but once you got to know him, he was all in. People came to Pauline all the time to let her know how nice, kind, funny, helpful, resourceful and hard working Cody was. Complimenting her on raising him the right way. He had worked as an asst and packer the past 4 yrs at Frontier Bag Grandview, MO. He was exceptionally good at math, no calculator necessary, he would figure it all in his head. He loved playing video games – all day everyday with his brother Tim, and with his daughter Amelia, they liked to watch videos of people playing video games, watching the same clip over and over, laughing as hard on the 50th time like it was the 1st.
Cody leaves behind his daughter and only child Amelia Rose LePage, 9 yrs of age (Raymore, MO) He is survived by his younger brother Timothy Wright (Belton, MO). As well as half sister Dusty Hawkins, (Omaha, NE) and half brother Michael Wright (Independence, MO) Maternal Grandparents Paul and Ruth Louise LePage (Belton, MO) Father, Ricky Wright (Loganville, GA, formerly Grandview, MO) His mother Pauline LePage Tice (Belton, MO) 3 uncles 2 aunts are Merle Wright (Loganville, GA formerly Grandview, MO) Michael and Carolyn Krei, (Belton, MO) their children and Cody’s cousins Corinne Drake (Grandview, MO), Tyler Krei (OPKS) Matthew and Natalie McDaniel (Raymore, MO) their three children and Cody’s cousins Evan and Caleb and Elizabeth McDaniel
The Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 AM, Saturday, February 25, 2023 at Belton Assembly of God – 613 E North Ave, Belton, MO 64012 Reverend Don Butterfield will be officiating and Nathan Butterfield as well. Contributions may be offered or mailed to the family to help with funeral expenses
Rena Conine says
Gonna miss you Cody. You were a good boy. I remember when you were living on Hiawatha. I cam to meet you and Timmy fir the first time. You were a good older brother. Timmy was still in diapers and you were running around in your underwear sucking on a popsicle and playing with your brother. Ill never forget the first time I met you nor the last time I saw you. Love forever to you.
Carolyn Krei says
I’m still absolutely heartbroken, but I keep having memories flood me which I am so glad for. You were my first nephew and I was so in love with you when you were born. I was so happy we were getting “our boy” after just having sisters I was so excited. I never told your mom, but I used to pretend you were mine when you were little. I’m going to be sad for a very long time, but I truly find comfort knowing you are with God now. Rest easy Cody I love you so much! ??
Kayla Diiorio (Haling) says
Growing up in church and youth group together I got to know your heart and true goofy personality. One of the many favorite memories I have is when my dad let me have all my friends from youth over to our house one summer evening. You and Joel came with some other friends. We played neighborhood hide and seek as a big group of us after it got dark. There was one point you were running behind my house to touch base, you jumped over the fence and landed straight on your back. I laughed so hard I cried. That was you though, always being yourself and making others laugh. Thank you for being such a great friend to my younger self. You and your brother were apart of the greatest church family I have ever had. It’s hard to find that these days at such a young age.
Joseph Valenziano says
I still cant wrap my mind about you leaving bro. we only spent a few months together at work, but we became very close. i hope you can find peace up there and I’m sorry i couldnt see how bad you were hurting. rest in peace my friend. Rest in peace.