William Cody Crutcher

January 5, 2011 15 Condolences Print Obituary

November 16, 1948 – December 26, 2010

Surrounded by his loving family, William Cody Crutcher passed away on December 26, 2010 at the age of 62 years young.  Left to cherish his memory are his loving Daughters: Christiana Adora Hall (Cody) and Ora Mayana Crutcher (Bryan); Sister: Elizabeth Vanderzee (Peter), Neice: Karen Kish (Grant) Children: Brittany & Joel, Nephew: Mike Vanderzee (Amanda) and Beloved Auntie: Lori McLean (Karey)  Neice: Larissa Jade Hall; Dear Ones: Bob & Hazel Brown, Joan Carol Oraczewska, Dona Linda Stobert, Beth Warren, Jim Lange, Rodney & Julie McCulloch, Lori, Stephanie & Jessie Woodhouse, Desmond & Darren Stular, Francis, Larry & Todd Mitchell, Ella Matthews & The Seyforth Family;  As well as many more Extended Family, Relatives and Dear Friends from the Prairies to the West Coast and around the globe.  Cody touched many people with his willingness to help, listen, guide and support others.  With an open ear he exhibited fairness, integrity and encouragement.  He will be missed dearly and remembered for his many gifts, talents and authenticity.  Love you always Daddy Cody (CH).  I love you Papa, you are forever in my heart (OMC).  Peace, Blessings, Prosperity and Good Health to all!  Happy New Year 2011!

Celebration of Life
2:00PM Friday January 7th 2011
Sacred Heart Church of The First Peoples
10821-96 Street Edmonton, AB

  1. cheers cody
    you will always be in are hearts and inn are minds
    and we will miss your smile
    god bless
    you

  2. Our thoughts are with you you always had a great smile and encouraged people to do there best at what ever they do you will truly be missed please say hi to our ther fallen friends ,Shareen. Swanson Earl Work. Johnnny Steward and many more miss you all …

  3. Our thoughts are with all the family of Cody Crutcher
    Cody had a great impact on my life and we will always be grateful for his understanding and support in any time of need.
    We have always considered him a dear friend and will miss him dearly.

    Love you Dad
    Brian Strobel and Lottie Strobel

  4. For Cody, my friend,
    We shared a long friendship since we were fifteen.
    Wow!
    Time, places, friends & families shifted as we lived our lives.
    We had our highs & lows. We had our flaws, challenges & success. Yet what remains is the truest essence. We do the best we can. We come together for reasons we sometimes don’t understand.
    You are forever in my Heart.
    You are Loved.
    Blessed Be.
    With Love & light,
    Sweet Journey my friend,
    Dona Linda

  5. To all who share the loss of Cody, his daughters, his sister, his many friends, please take some small comfort in the words of a Christmas card he sent us some years ago; words he chose himself.
    “Let brotherly love continue; and let us not be forgetful to entertain strangers, for thereby some have entertained angels unaware.”
    Cody was one of those rare beings who tried to live by those words, and we are all richer for having known him.

  6. There are some people who, when they come into our lives, immediately make an impact that. Beyond the days that our lives intersected, Cody, the impact you had on my life has never faded. A silver cord of sweetness and kindness seemed to be woven into your personality, regardless of the darkness you may have been passing through. Thank you for showing me that what is at the core, is what counts, for being so very real, sincere and genuine. May you be at peace brother.

    love always
    Rose L.

  7. WOW IM IN UTTER SHOCK…… MY DAD AND YOU WERE FRIENDS IN THE 80S, THEN ME AND BOB LAW WORKED FOR YOU AT A LAUNDROMAT IN 1987. 1 YEAR AND A HALF AGO YOU CALLED ME TO REACH OUT TO ME AS I WAS SUFFERING, I LEFT YOU HANGING………………I NEVER GOT TO SAY GOODBYE. IM SORRY. GOOD BYE MY OLD PAL….WOW.

  8. Dear Dad,
    I don’t know where to write so you’ll get to read this, yet I bet you are able to see a lot from wherever you are now. I miss you so and am so grateful to be your daughter. I hope you know how proud I am of you and all that you were, are and always will be to me. You are forever in my heart, thoughts and dreams. I love you so and will continue to let my light shine brighter and brighter, in honor of you. xOra

    • Ora Mayana Crutcher 780-270-7903,.. call me ,..

  9. Love you my brother,.. you taught me many things,.. how to be strong,.. honest.. and a friend. We shared time together,.. and then lost step with one another,. by the the time I looked you up, (on the net) you were gone from us. my grief has been such that I have not posted here till now,.. I miss you brother,.. mentor,.. Friend.
    My Email address is rdwheel@persona.ca for all or any whom wish to contact me re: sharing Cody’s passing.
    None of of his children (I bet) know of my relationship with Cody,.. but I’d be open and more than willing to share my thoughts,..
    Love you all.

    • HI Robin,
      It’s Cody’s eldest daughter, Ora. I am curious about anything you would care to share. Blessings!

      • This is my current email address,.. look forward to hearing from you,.. 🙂

        Robin

  10. Thinking of you often Cody, sending love up above , I know you and dad are looking down on us. I’m sorry I didn’t attend any celebration of life. Your always in my heart.

  11. Sorry to hear about everything, but I have been wondering about you for a long time.
    Love You
    Nancy

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