Cody Lowe

Obituary of Cody Robert Lowe

Pavilion ~ Cody R. Lowe, aka Cody Bob or CoCo, age 21, passed away Wednesday (Sept. 15) at Noyes Memorial Hospital in Dansville.

     He was born November 30, 1999, a son of Chris and Beth Lowe of Pavilion.

     In addition to his parents, Cody is survived by his brother, Ryan (Angela Graham), sister, Lindsay; grandparents, Ron and Betsy Lowe of Pavilion and grandfather, John Weddle of Columbus, GA; uncle, Darin Lowe (Pam Torrey), cousins, MacKenzie Lowe and Maddie Lowe; aunt, Julie (Rusty) Shearing, cousins, William Shearing and Austin Shearing; uncle, Bob Weddle (Colleen Tarpey), cousins, Jack Weddle and Brandon Weddle; uncle, JT (Carley) Weddle, cousins, Tucker Weddle, Mason Weddle and Rees Weddle, along with many great uncles, aunts and cousins.

     He was predeceased by his grandma, Mary Beth Weddle and great-grandparents, Ken & Fran Lowe and Wes & Betty Kline.

     Cody was an amazing young man with autism.  At 10 1/2 years old, he went to live with Lifetime Assistance for 8 years, then moved to Doylestown, PA with Foundation Behavioral Health for 3 years and recently moved to a home with Fingerlakes DDSO.  Cody was known for his amazing smile and infectious laugh!  He loved music and loved to dance.  He loved animals, especially cats...he was crazy about cats.  His love was Taylor Swift and his momma!  He gave the best forehead kisses.  McDonalds was his all time favorite place to eat. 

     Cody has touched so many people's lives!  He will be greatly missed.  Cody donated his organs to at least 3 people.

     The family would like to thank everyone that has been involved in his life.  You all made a difference.  We appreciate you all.

     Family and friends are invited to Cody's Service of Remembrance to be held on Sunday, September 19 at 1:00 PM at the Pavilion United Methodist Church.  A luncheon will immediately follow at B W's Restaurant.

     The courtesy of no flowers is requested with memorials suggested to an organization that supports Autism Awareness.


Service of Remembrance

1:00 pm
Sunday, September 19, 2021
Pavilion United Methodist Church
Big Tree Rd. (Route 63)
Pavilion, New York, United States
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