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January 28, 1983 - February 12, 2021
Cody James Evans McGuire passed away February 12, 2021 in Sandpoint, Idaho. A memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, March 6, 2021 at the Sandpoint Church of God at 221 S. Division street.
Cody was born January 28, 1983 in Ashland, Oregon to William B. Evans II and Christina B. Kettenring. Cody had a successful career with the Kootenai/ Ponderay Sewer District and was also a skilled mason and carpenter who loved making things beautiful. Cody made very good use of the Pacific Northwest and was an avid outdoorsman, he loved hiking, climbing, mountain biking, camping and jiu jitsu. Cody’s older brother paid this tribute to him: Cody was the absolute manifestation of “Work Hard, Stay Positive and Wake Up Early”.
Cody was a talented chef and enjoyed bringing people together with his delicious meals. He was abundant with his goodness, ready and willing to help with anything. He was a dedicated dad and cherished being a father to Roman and Ruby and a loving partner to Pearl. They were an amazing team and they built a beautiful life together.
Cody was one of the kindest persons you’d ever meet. He passionately loved his family, and his friends quickly became family as well. Cody put in the effort to maintain even the most distant relationship. It was very important to him that you knew he loved you.
Cody will be sorely missed forever.
Cody is survived by his love Pearl, and children Roman and Ruby, mother Christina (Thomas)Kettenring, father William B. Evans II, brothers William B. (Britney) Evans III and Kasey Evans, sister Paige (Forrest) Gissel, nieces Autumn and Harper, nephews Tanner, Mason and Kingston, grandfather Will McGuire, grandmother Lynda Evans, grandparents David and Faye May, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
Please visit Cody’s online guest book and leave your condolences for his family.