Cody Allen Gregory

Born: Fri., Sep. 20, 1985
Died: Wed., Jul. 14, 2021

Memorial Service

10:00 AM Tue., Jul. 20, 2021
Location: Beaver High School Auditorium

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Cody Allen Gregory was born in Beaver, OK on Sept. 20, 1985 to Michael and Lisa (Atwood) Gregory. He was welcomed by a waiting room full of family and friends and was loved immediately by so many. Cody had a brilliant mind and loved to learn. He absorbed everything and was always kind and loving to others.

He attended Garrett and Beaver Elementary before the family moved to Syracuse, KS. The Gregory’s returned to Beaver in 2002 where Cody completed his senior year of high school, graduating in 2003. He was a National Merit Scholar and earned his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Tulsa in 2008.

Cody encountered plenty of “bumps in the road” and it took a great deal of time to find his place.

 Depression and addiction plagued Cody for several years, but he was always a fighter. Cody earned so much respect from others as he worked to rebuild his life. The family and community that welcomed him into the world continued to encourage and love him throughout the tough times.

As a young child, Cody’s favorite holiday was Easter as he thoroughly enjoyed coloring eggs. Cody took tremendous pride in having the “ugliest” Easter egg. That was a tradition that began early in his childhood and continued through his final Easter this past spring.

Cody understood many of Christ’s victories and trials, including his joys and tribulations.  His relationship with God was personal and not merely words.  It began in his childhood and as a testament of his faith, he was baptized in Clearlake by Brother Neil Ragen in 1996.  His faith was best exhibited by his actions and how he helped people.  Cody had a servant’s heart. Cody often spoke verses of the Bible that he felt related to the current situation being discussed. He often spoke to his “tribe” about the need to tithe and give to the Ministerial Alliance so that people have the help they need.  When we look back of the life of Cody, his love for his Lord is present without a doubt.  Cody would have been received by the Lord with the words “Your journey on earth is done; welcome home my good and faithful servant.”

Cody became a member of the Beaver Fire Department in 2017 and was - again - welcomed by a large and loving family. After completing the rigorous fire training, Cody was chosen as assistant chief by members of the department. He also became an EMT and found a place where his kindness and love for others was a perfect fit for him. He served as the Chief Financial Officer at the Beaver County Memorial Hospital and in October of 2020 he became the administrator of the Beaver County Nursing Home as well. While he was in training to become a paramedic, he was also in school to complete his long-term care certification. Cody loved the work and enjoyed giving back to the community that supported him no matter what life had thrown at him during his struggles, and he constantly placed others before himself.

There was not a kinder, gentler, more compassionate person than Cody. He was a wonderful uncle to Rylee, Ella and Kynzlee. He adored those girls with all of his big loving heart.

Cody was tired, tired of the struggles. None of us realized how tired until the morning of July 14 when he left this life. Loved ones know he finally has the peace that eluded him for so long. The good Lord welcomed him home with loving arms.

Cody was preceded in death by great grandparents Brownie (Albert) and Eloda Gregory, Beaver County; Walter (Sox) and Rosalee Atwood of Wheeler, TX; Grandfather Tony Hugg of Dumas, TX.

Those left to mourn his passing are his mom and bonus dad Lisa and Guy Bennett of Tuttle, OK; his dad Michael Gregory of Gage, OK; his sister Shaye Bias and husband Evan and their daughters Rylee and Ella of Tuttle along with Cody’s bonus niece Kynzlee Dillon of Enid; bonus sister Sara Haden and husband Tyler and their sons Jace and Reece of Woodward; bonus brother Andy Bennett and his wife Shelby and son Lane of Mooreland, OK; grandfather Dan Atwood of Beaver; grandparents Barbara and Gerald Edwards of Garden City; grandmother JoAnn Hugg of Dumas, TX; special aunt Mary Pugh of Beaver; bonus grandparents Emmett and Jan Bennett of Beaver.

Others grieving Cody’s deaths are his special “tribe” of friends Ashley Johnston, Scotty King and Barby Payne.

He is also survived by the wonderful members of the Beaver Fire and EMS Departments along with fire and EMS first responders in the 5-state region; the staff at the Beaver County hospital and nursing home along with all of the residents Cody checked on and cared for during his time as nursing home administrator. There are also many aunts, uncles and special family friends who will mourn his death.

Cody was returned to Beaver from Oklahoma City Friday evening during an incredible procession of emergency responders and citizens. Fire, EMS, Law Enforcement and other responders throughout each community were out in full force with a heart-warming welcome. When the escort arrived in Beaver, Cody was given a hero’s reception with the streets lined with flags, music and sparklers. It was touching for the family to see.

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Tonya Wyatt Lock
   Posted Fri July 16, 2021
Lisa and family
We are all thinking about you!
Love ya,
Tonya and Clay
And all our family

Grant Wadley
   Posted Fri July 16, 2021
Our sincere condolences to the Family of Cody. Our Hearts and Prayers are with all the members of the Beaver Fire Department and EMS.

Grant Wadley, Fire Chief
Guymon Fire Department

Kenny C. Meyer/Asst Chief
   Posted Fri July 16, 2021
On behalf of Capron Fire & Rescue we offer our sincere condolences to Asst Chief Gregory’s family and the entire Beaver, Oklahoma Fire Department and emergency services. Rest In Peace Brother. We have another watching over us.

K.C. Meyer/Asst Chief
Capron Fire & Rescue
Capron, Oklahoma

La Carla Sutton
   Posted Sat July 17, 2021
So sorry for your loss! I worked with him at First Security Bank. He was my boss and taught me and guided me when I was lost. He was a good friend. Again sorry for your loss!

Kaye Perkins
   Posted Sun July 18, 2021
Joann and Michael, I am so sorry for you loss. Please know that my heart is with you and your family. I will keep you in my prayers. I love you. Kaye Perkins.

   Posted Sun July 18, 2021
Lisa and family,
So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I understand the pain you are feeling right now. Just know he is at peace and in a better place. Love ya’ll

Leslie Kraich
   Posted Sun July 18, 2021
Lisa and Guy,

My deepest condolences.

Susan Adams
   Posted Sun July 18, 2021
I will miss you, Cody. You were a shining star.

Billy and Linda Holmes
   Posted Sun July 18, 2021
We are so sorry for your loss .We both know what your family is going through.

Chris Syms
   Posted Mon July 19, 2021

Rubber Plant was sent by Chris Syms.

From your Paramedic classmates. We’ll forever miss you. Rest Easy.

Dusty Holt
   Posted Mon July 19, 2021

Spring's Bounty Basket was sent by Dusty Holt.

Your family is in our deepest thoughts and prayers. We love you Bill, Dusty & Bo

Doug & Debbie Bobeck
   Posted Mon July 19, 2021
We're so very sorry for your loss!!! You will continue to be in our thoughts & Prayers!!!

He was an awesome person & friend!!! He will me missed by many!!

Killough Tammy
   Posted Mon July 19, 2021

A Little Bit of Sunshine was sent by David and Tammy Killough.

Brice and Katie Hugg
   Posted Tue July 20, 2021
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Susan Kraft Crowley
   Posted Tue July 20, 2021
Prayers of comfort & peace....💕🙏🏼

Gage Garrett
   Posted Tue July 20, 2021
Deepest Sympathy

Torry Range- northwest Oklahoma storm chasers
   Posted Mon July 26, 2021
Prayers to the family for there loss

Diane Osborne
   Posted Sat September 04, 2021
We are a small community of EMTs, Paramedics, and first responders across this nation. We recognize each other as siblings no matter where we are from.
This is among the most beautiful tributes I have ever seen.
From a sibling in the field, may the memory of Cody be a blessing.

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