Cody J. Cann

April 9, 2021

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    • Obituary
      Cody Jason Cann, beloved son of Thomas and Leslie Cann and best friend and brother of Luke, passed away on April 9th with his loving parents by his side.

      Cody was a 2011 graduate of Hazleton High School and attended Bloomsburg University. He just returned from California where he was living his dream! Cody was a Master Cultivator of Happiness.

      He is preceded in death by his great-grandparents Helen and Michael Lesko, Antoinette and Constantine Chandler, and Mary and Emil Cesario.

      Cody leaves behind his parents Tom and Leslie and his younger brother Luke, whom he adored. He is also survived by his grandmothers Sylvia Cann and Donna Chandler, and his grandfather Carmen Chandler and his wife Ginger along with many aunts, uncles and cousins. He will be greatly missed by his numerous friends all over the country.

      Cody was a gentle, loving guy and continued this even after death by his wish of being an organ donor.

      A Celebration of life will be held on Friday, April 16th, at Faith Assembly of God Church, Rt 93 and Fox Manor Rd, Hazle Twp. from 11 AM-12 PM.

      The Joseph A. Moran Funeral Home, 229 W. 12
      th St., Hazleton, is in charge of the arrangements.
    • Guestbook
      Ron Delese
      To the Cann family;

      My sympathy to your family on your loss.
      Mark Sheaman
      Cody had no choice but to be good people, because he came from good people. I had the privilege of seeing this boy grow up into a great young man. Was lucky enough to have worked with him when he was a young adult. Everyone who worked with or knew Cody loved the guy. There was no way you couldn't. Always a positive attitude and a smile on his face. He leaves a void which can never be completely filled. Yet as I write this now with a tear in my eye, there is also a smile on my face as I remember this incredible young man. Rest in the peace you so richly deserve, Cody. You touched us all more deeply than you may have ever known. Love you, brother.
      Senick Family
      To the Cann family:  We send our deepest sympathy in the loss of your son and brother, Cody. I remember all the good times that he and our son Stephen had  at St. John's School so many years ago.  I'm sure he will be missed deeply. Sending prayers to all of you. The Senick Family-Bob, Chris, Kayla and Stephen
      James S. Filbert
      Cody was like the son I never had, my daughters best friend and one of the kindest, nicest people you would ever meet. I had the privilege to know and to watch Cody grow from the time he was little boy to the wonderful young man he had become. I will miss him with all my heart and soul, Cody will leave a void in this world that cannot ever be replaced. Only 28 short years, but touched so many people, his legacy will live on forever though everyone's kind words, memories, his family and his countless friends. God bless you kiddo, uncle Jim will miss you now and forever. I shared the last photo I had with you just two short weeks ago. Rest easy my little brother.
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