Cody John Peyton
January 14, 1992 - August 28, 2012
Cody John Peyton, 20, of Geneva and formerly of Oswego, passed away August 28, 2012, in Aurora. He was born January 14, 1992, in Evergreen Park, IL the son of Jeffrey Peyton and Kathryn (nee Stender). Cody was a 2010 graduate of Oswego East High School. During his high school years he was an avid athlete participating in wrestling and cross country running. Cody had a love for music and was an accomplished guitarist. He also loved the outdoors and cherished his time camping with family or snowboarding. Cody was currently working as a carpenter. He is survived by his mother Kathy (Albert) Cada, of Geneva; his father Jeffrey Peyton, of Addison; a sister Jillian Marie Peyton; step brothers A.J., Aaron, and Aidan Cada; maternal grandparents, John and Judith Stender; paternal grandparents, Tom and Carol Peyton; and step-grandparents, Albert and Jacqueline Cada; many, aunts, uncles and cousins. Visitation will be held 4:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M. Friday, August 31, 2012 at Moss-Norris Funeral Home 100 South Third Street St. Charles, IL. Funeral Services will be held 10:00 A.M. Saturday, September 1, 2012 at Moss-Norris Funeral Home 100 South Third Street St. St. Charles.
Memorial contributions may be directed to Hearts of Hope 13 S. 7th Street, Lower Level
Geneva, IL 60134
- Theresa Soleil
Hi Mrs. Kathy, I am very sorry for your loss. You might not remember me since Cody has many friends but cody and i came to the new house a couple of time and we made hamburger on a grill outside the kidtchen, and i helped wash the dishes before he took me back home.! Cody was a really nice person, i am saddened i did not get a chance to say goodbye. I heard the news when i was at work today. Words can't explain how you feel but i just want you to know that you and jill are in my thoughts! I miss cody already, it's one thing knowing he is somewhere in illinois, but it's another knowing i may never see him again. I am very sorry for your loss.
- Nathan Rivera
Cody was one of the most genuine and thoughtful people I have ever met in my life. One trait I will never forget about Cody is the suttle laugh he had. My condolences go out to Mr. Peyton and Ms. Cada,
- Stacey Cepek
He was the man you went to if you were having a bad day because with out a doubt he would make you smile. I remember that he was the first on to introduce himself to me and talk to me in band freshmen year of OEHS. He was the best man any guy could be. I never heard him be negative about anything and i'm going to surly miss. This world needed someone like Cody to make it better.
- Ruth Campanella
Kathy I am so sorry to hear about Cody. I hope it will bring you some consolation to know the love that surrounds you and the many friends who grieve with you today.
- Joyce Ward
Kathy I am so sorry for your loss. Cody sounds like a great guy! Cherish your memories. Lean on God and friends. Know that I will keep you and yours in prayer.
- Emma Stender
I nicknamed him Bobby big eyes because at that time I did not know his real name the first time I met him, and he would glare back at me because I was staring at him first.
- Paul and Irma Stender and family
Eternal rest grant unto him o LORD and let perpetual light shine upon him and may he rest in peace. Amen
- Sarah Shurtleff
I will really miss your smile and the way you could make anyone laugh. I regret not keeping in contact with you and I really wish I could go back and fix that. We love you.
- Sydney Myers
My dear friend Cody,
Being woken up by Ben in the middle of the night to hear the news of you passing felt like a horrible dream. You and I starting hanging out when we were 0 years of age. I have such great memories of hanging out at your old house in downers grove. You and I go way back. Threw out these 20 years I have had countless memories of us hanging out and growing up with our families. You and I had such a blast last summer and I was so glad we had that night to hang out with all of my friends. Everyone of them loved you. Im sitting here staring at this blank page and wondering what to write. There is just to much I can say about you. I am
Going to miss you beyond words my wonderful friend. You and I were always close in age and it was a lot of fun. I'm so glad all these years we stayed in touch. Last year and this year I loved talking to you on the phone while at work or driving. Im going to miss you so much Cody,
- Janet McCulloh
Kathy, I wish I was there for you to lean on, but know that I love you and will be with you in spirit. I will always hold my memories of Cody in my heart and will keep you and your family in my prayers.
- Jordan Maher
Cody, as this is such a surprise to us all, we are all happy that u r in heaven pain free; having all your worries gone. But the common reaction to this is "Why" and "this isn't fair". Well God has/had a plan for you. And we might not understand what it is, we may hate it, but we need to trust God. But all of us love you so much. Miss you Cody.
- Dee & Richie Piggott
Words can't begin to express how truly sorry we were to hear the terrible news. Please don't hesitate to let us know if there's any way at all that we can help you
- Gary Lane
Kathy, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family! I will always cherish my memories of Cody.
- Karina Bautista
Cody, I remember when you used to show up to band concerts with tennis shoes on, and I remember your excuse would be "they said BLACK DRESS SHOES" I got the black and shoes part, 2 out of 3 is good for me" I dont remember a day when you didnt have a smile on your face and that is something not only I but the world will miss. WE all miss you and will never forget you. RIP trumpet buddy
- Bonnie Vicari
Kathy, my heart breaks for you and Jillian. I'm with you In spirit every single second. I'm praying for you and your entire family.
- John Garza
We spent 4 hard working years together on the mats CP. You're family, we all were. I'll never forget you bringing your sleeping bag and pillow to every tournament. From freshman year, when you weighed like 80 pounds until senior year when you were working your butt off in the room, I won't forget you man. I won't cry anymore over losing you, I'll only cherish and embrace the many memories and laughs we all used to have. I'm gonna miss you bud, we all are. Hope you're up there now looking down on us. Love you man
- Joy Isaacs
I will only remember the smile you wore everyday of our summer together. You were the most fun intern I ever had the pleasure of teaching. Thank you for not breaking the glassware, you silly juggler.
- Gina Brocato
Dear Cody Peyton, :)
I remember the good times we used to have together. Remember when I invited you over one late night and then we just sat on my front porch and talked...and then once the sun was coming up we went for a bike ride through downtown Oswego? Well, that event seems just like yesterday. I remember you always wanting to show me your snake but I told you no because I have a fear of snakes..lol I also remember sitting at your kitchen table looking through a class catalog when you were starting Waubonsee and needed help picking out classes, also I brought homework one night to do homework at your kitchen table. I also remember a time I came over to your house before you moved and I helped your mom (Kathy Cada) pack some kitchen stuff. I also remember, when we were watching "Super Troopers" at your house. Even though we didn't talk a whole bunch, when we did it felt like we have been friends for a long time.
Your in my thoughts and prayers. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
I will meet with you again someday. :)
- Jerri Powell
My deepest sympathy Kathy to you and your family. I remember Gina telling me how much he enjoyed his music. May you feel God's presence.
- Stephen Zolper Jr
You truly were a great friend. Through all the years in cross country and then going to prom in my senior year, hanging out with you were some of the best memories I have of high school. Thank you for everything, love you like a brother bud! Rest in peace
- Kate Shanks
You will always be my friend and dork and the wonderful cross country star that shared rockstars with me in class til we drove our teacher nuts by dancing around the room. I love you and I already miss you so much
- Sarah Bonnell
Cathy, I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. Let me know if there is anything I can do.
- Kathy & Duane Huff
Kathy and Al:
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. You are in our prayers and thoughts.
Kathy and Duane Huff
- Seth Myers
I love you Cody and will truly miss you.