This website is to keep the memory of Cody going by providing scholarships for future students and assisting with the completion of a new baseball and softball complex for Tri-County North School in Lewisburg, Ohio.
We as Cody's family believe that through these programs many future students and athletes will benefit. In both cases, it will be an ever-lasting tribute to the memory of Cody and how important his shortened life was. It is our commitment to work as hard as possible to keep these benefits going. We appreciate all of those that have or are continuing to help with the fundraising efforts.
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As most of you know Cody Eugene Holp was 19 years old when his life was tragically cut short in the Bluffton Baseball Team bus crash in Atlanta GA on March 2, 2007 .
Cody had a passion for life, his family, and friends. His motto was to live life to its fullest. He loved all sports, but his favorites were baseball and soccer, he was recognized with numerous top honor awards in both sports. Cody’s dream was to be a professional baseball pitcher.
Cody had a strong work ethic, always striving to do his best, and was a natural leader. He believed you had to work hard and prove yourself if you wanted to succeed. He was a caring person, involved in Big Brothers & Big Sisters and various other programs. He was a jokester at heart, and loved to make people laugh, always having a smile on his face.
Cody was working toward a degree in Sport Management & Business. Cody was looking forward to the future and following his dreams.