Dan Cody was born to Emmet and Evelyn Cody on December 11, 1940, in Humboldt, SK. Dan, his parents, and siblings Cliff and Donna, grew up in the St. Rose area of Manitoba. When Dan was 23 years old, he returned to Humboldt and met his one true love, Jean. On May 20, 1967, Dan and Jean were married and together they had two children, Ryan and Renee. Dan and Jean moved to Prince Albert shortly after marrying and Dan spent the majority of his career at the Prince Albert Credit Union. Dan loved golfing at Cooke Municipal Golf Course in Prince Albert and Humboldt Golf Course. However, he especially cherished his time with Jean on their golf holidays to the States and Qualicum Beach, BC, and the Brigadoon Golf Course, BC. Dan enjoyed puttering around the cabin in Candle Lake, SK. Over the years, Dan and Jean made many improvements to the cabin and everyone who visited always received a warm welcome. There was many a Happy Hour enjoyed at the “Codloyherski” deck on the water with Dan and Jean’s friends, so close- knit they were more like family. Going for coffee with friends at the Humboldt A&W and McDonald’s, watching westerns on his I-PAD, and woodworking were three of Dan’s favourite things to do. The support and care shown to Dan and Jean by their family, and Humboldt and Prince Albert friends was unwavering. Dan lived his life with a positive attitude, sense of humour and, most importantly, with incredible personal strength. He had an enormous heart – always having an interest in how others were doing, was honourable, witty and compassionate. All of these special traits allowed him to make the best of any situation he encountered with grace.