Kody Voultsios

It is with immense sorrow that we announce the passing of our beloved son, brother, and friend Konstantinos (Kody) Voultsios. Kody is survived by his parents Ilias and Maggie, brothers Michael and Athen. Also several dear uncles, aunts, and cousins and many many friends that were a blessing.
Kody was preceded by his paternal grandparents Konstantinos and Athena, yaya will take such care of you. His maternal grandparents Francis and Patricia Giacovelli Gram with whom he had such a special bond of shopping and shananagins and gospel music.
Kody’s love of life, family and friends was evident in all he did, including his famous practical jokes. If you ever had your car bubble wrapped or you unattended phone had unexplained selfies of Kody, or the recipient of one of his crazy gifts, you knew he loved you and considered you family.
His passion for life and world travel even at the spur of the moment took him on some amazing trips and friends were always by his side. He worked as hard as he played and had a knack of turning his coworkers into lifelong friendships. Holidays were special favorites of his with plenty of great cooking and baking and making you laugh were his prime goals. You could be sure that every holiday was spent around the table with games and laughter. Generosity and quietly helping others were hallmarks of his oversized personality. His love of animals especially his dogs Jameson and Labron and baking special cakes for them was a birthday ritual.
His love of family and friends was unmatched and he will live on forever in our hearts.
Kody was so caring of other and would be there for anyone with the exception of himself.
Rest In Peace in Gods hands.
Calling hours will be held on Wednesday from 10am-1pm with a service at the conclusion at the Goddard-Crandall-Shepardson Funeral Home.   Burial to follow in Woodlawn Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to suicide prevention or animal shelters.
Online condolences, www.shepardsonfh.com.