Cody Grant Sprouse

In Loving Memory of
Cody Grant Sprouse
“The Light of Our Lives”

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Cody Sprouse, beloved son of Charles Sprouse and Wendy Robertson of Simpsonville SC, passed away on June 3, 2021 at the age of 22. In addition to his parents Cody is survived by his grandparents, Glenn & Renna Robertson of Piedmont, SC and David & Barbara Walbridge of Gantt, SC; a brother, Taylor Sprouse of Greenville, SC; and many aunts, uncles & cousins who loved him dearly.

Cody was born on April 11, 1999 in Greenville, SC. He attended Powdersville High School and Woodmont High School.

Cody was known as the goofy kid, always trying to make others laugh. After work, you could find him at Spinx or the Blindhorse. He was an extremely hard worker, and worked for everything he had. He loved his family, and was there at every holiday, birthday, or family dinner.

He was an avid collector of guns, Snap-On tools, hats, and cowboy boots. He could fix anything he could get his hands on, especially if it had a motor.

Cody lived life to the fullest and always had a smile on his face. He had a heart of gold, with the most gentle soul. He enjoyed helping others and loved to be needed. He will be dearly missed and will always be remembered by his big beautiful smile.

The family will receive friends at Heritage Funeral Home in Simpsonville SC on Friday, June 11 starting at 12:30 p.m. The Chapel service will be at 2:30 p.m. in the funeral home chapel. Burial will follow at Greenville Memorial Gardens. Afterwards, all are welcome to share memories at the home of Charlie & Wendy.

Condolences to the family of Cody Grant Sprouse

  • Jennifer Timmons
    2 weeks ago

    Forever My Buddy!!! I Love you, Cody, Wendy, Charlie, Taylor.

  • Kimberly Kuykendall
    2 weeks ago

    You will be forever missed but not forgotten you left us to soon with so much more life to live.Your smile will be forever in my memory and I will miss those visits when we always run into you at Walmart.

  • junior Smith
    1 week ago

    Fly high like a Free Bird on a south bound wind my dear friend.I’ll never forget you hanging out with me while I built those old motorcycles. You always had a great interest and asked the smartest questions. Go rest high on that mountain, the kingdom is yours. Rest in the comfort of God’s mercy and grace .

  • Love you forever brother.

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