Cody Fuller Cause Of Death, Obituary Not Yet available – Cody Fuller was one of the few Texas Tech players to be a letterman and a significant performer in two sports in an era when athletes often adhere to one sport. Fuller was a starting center fielder for Larry Hays’ Tech baseball teams and a wide receiver for Mike Leach’s Red Raiders football teams.
According to lubbockonline.com, After that, he spent four years in the minor levels with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Fuller, 39, died on Sunday. He was diagnosed with advanced pancreatic cancer in March, and his family has been documenting his ups and downs on social media for the past few weeks.
“We are so devastated that his time here on earth is over, but we know that he will live on for eternity,” Fuller’s wife Cassie said on Facebook early Sunday. “Cody’s legacy lives on in his children, his family, and all those he has impacted.”
Please continue to pray for our family, as we are going through an unfathomable time. Cody devoted his entire life in service to God and as a living example of Christ’s love.” Fuller was described as “full of joy” and “an uplifter” by Sonny Cumbie, a former Tech quarterback and teammate.