Cody James Woolverton, 23, of Potlatch, Idaho passed away on January 23, 2021 from an ATV accident.
Cody was born December 8, 1997 to Brian and Stephenie (Richardson) Woolverton. Cody attended school in Potlatch and has always enjoyed working on anything with a motor, 4-wheeling, hanging with family and friends and making people laugh.
He started farming out of school and worked for several farmers including Peterson Farms, G&C Growers, and Mader Farms, where he has worked for the last 5 years. Cody was always willing to jump in and help whenever someone needed it. If he didn’t know how, he would find out. He was determined to fix whatever was broken.
He was so proud of this town and genuinely loved the people here. He was the definition of a small-town country boy and will be greatly missed. He did not know a stranger. He truly saw the best in people and made friends quickly and easily. He just had a way of making people feel better.
Cody loved to go 4-wheeling and was currently repainting and rebuilding his Toyota pickup. He spent time with his fur babies, “Buster” and “Bo” and he took them everywhere with him. He also took great pride in his house and was working hard to make it a home.
Survivors include his Father Brian Woolverton (Dante C.) and his mother Stephenie Woolverton (Mitch). Half-Brothers; Toby Richardson, WesLee Woolverton and Half-Sister; Dante M. Woolverton. Stepbrothers; Ceve Brown, Gavin Fischer, Raylan Fisher and Stepsister; Kendal Fischer. His girlfriend, Ashleigh Stoddard and multiple family members and friends, that Cody also considered family.
In honor of Cody’s memory, the family would appreciate any memorials to help support Ag/Welding. We have decided to start a scholarship fund in Cody's memory. If you are interested in helping with this, please send to Cody Woolverton Scholarship fund, P1FCU 828 W. Pullman Rd Moscow, Idaho 83843 . He truly loved teaching others how to work on things and building things himself. He would be honored to continue helping others learn. He truly loved teaching others how to work on things and building things himself.
A celebration of life will be held February 13, 2021 at Brian and Dante Woolverton’s home. More info to follow. The family would love to hear your favorite story of Cody. Please send your story to Stephenie Woolverton at firstname.lastname@example.org, we would love to include these stories in his celebration of life.
Kramer Funeral Home of Palouse, Washington is caring for the family. Online condolences may be left at www.kramercares.com
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CODY WOOLVERTON SCHOLORSHIP FUND
P1FCU 828 W. PULLMAN RD., MOSCOW ID 83843