Cody Joe Morrow, a loving husband, son, father, brother, and friend, passed away on November 15, 2023, in Claremore, Oklahoma. Born on June 27, 1988, in Tyler, Texas, Cody's time on Earth was filled with passion and dedication to both his work and his loved ones.
Cody recently embarked on a new chapter in his life by starting his own business called Priority Chrome. His entrepreneurial spirit and drive led him to create a successful venture that exemplified his determination and attention to detail. As an aspiring entrepreneur, Cody inspired others with his relentless pursuit of excellence.
Before entering the business world, Cody spent invaluable time serving in the United States Army. During his time of service, he spent time in Iraq, where he showcased remarkable courage and resilience. Cody's military service was a testament to his selflessness and unwavering commitment to protecting the freedoms we hold dear.
Beyond his professional accomplishments and military service, Cody had a rich tapestry of interests and hobbies that brought joy to his life. He had an undeniable passion for riding motorcycles and working on them with his own two hands. Whether it was the thrill of the open road or the meticulous tinkering in his garage, Cody found solace in the artistry of motorcycles.
In addition to motorcycles, Cody possessed an exceptional talent for artistry as both an artist and tattoo artist. His artistic endeavors showcased his creativity and ability to tell stories through intricate designs. From adorning bodies with meaningful tattoos to bringing vehicles to life with vibrant paint jobs, Cody's artistic expression left an indelible mark on those fortunate enough to witness it.
Above all else, Cody held a special place in his heart for his beloved wife Estela Morrow. Their bond was built upon unconditional love and unwavering support for one another. Estela was not only Cody's wife but also his biggest hobby – their connection was a testament to the strength of their relationship and the happiness they found in each other's company.
Cody will be deeply missed by his surviving family and friends. He leaves behind his wife Estela; parents Terry Joe and Jennifer Jean (Guillot) Morrow, his children Owen Joe Morrow and Emery Taylor McPeek; brothers, Blake Vogt, Justin Morrow, Aaron Bargar, Nikohlas Banuelos, Devin Banuelos, EJ Banuelos, Hilario Zavala, Brandon Zavala, Braxton Zavala; Lisa Morrow, Karissa Banuelos, Keana Zavala, Bryahna Whitfield, Nevaeh Davis, Cielo Alavezos, Raquel Caudle, Mari Zavala; as well as many other extended family and friends.
In this time of profound grief and loss, may we remember Cody Brent Morrow as a remarkable individual whose memory will live on through his achievements and the love he bestowed upon those lucky enough to have known him. May he rest in peace knowing that his legacy will forever inspire us to pursue our passions with unwavering determination.