Obituary for Cody Douglas Saford Semones

Cody Douglas Saford Semones, age 26 was brought into this world June 25, 1996 and departed this life for a better one July 16, 2022. “He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning nor crying nor pain any more, for the former things have passed away” – Revelations 21:4.

Cody was preceded in death and met at the heavenly gates by his grandfather, Douglas Hubert Williams and great grandfather, Saford “Pawky” Semones, brother Steven Duncan and other friends and family that have gone on before him.

Cody was a 2015 Graduate of Pulaski County High School where he ran track, wrestled and after much begging, his mother allowed him to play football. The late Dan Callahan would say, “I believe he might be the smallest running back to ever play for PCHS. Cody went to work at James Hardie upon graduation.

Cody leaves behind to always honor and cherish his life- 

His parents – Brandon & Misty Quesenberry and Allen Ray Semones II

Daughter and Light of His Life – Genevieve “Eve” Semones and mother, Genna Hutter – NC

Sisters – Jesika Boyd – Pulaski, Kayla Boyd – Barren Springs, Adriana Semones – Pulaski, Stepsister Britini Quesenberry – Radford

Brothers – Trey Semones (special brother and gaming buddy) – Dublin, Wyatt Semones – Dublin

Maternal Grandmother – Dorothy Williams

Paternal Grandparents – Ray & Barbara Semones, Nancy Hurst, Gary & Robin Quesenberry

Uncles – Barry, Scott and Chris Semones, Ian Calfee

Favorite Aunts – Vicky & Gary Welch, Bobbie Williams, Patty Ratcliffe and Lea Trivett

He was Uncle Cody to Emily, Lylah, Levi and Zachary and too many cousins to name but who lovingly referred to him as “Code Man”. 

Cody’s favorite color was purple, and we plan to honor Cody by wearing purple as we celebrate his life.

Memorial services will be held Tuesday, 6:00 p.m., July 26, 2022 in the Bower Funeral Home Chapel, Pulaski with Chris Blackburn & Anthony Akers officiating. The family will receive friends

Tuesday from 4:00 p.m. until time of service at the funeral home.

His ashes will later be spread at all the places he loved to hike, swim camp, fish among the rocks, trees and water that he loved so much.

To sign Cody’s online guestbook, visit

Bower Funeral Homes, Pulaski is handling the arrangements for the family.