Cody S. Santiago

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Cody’s service will be livestreamed below starting at 2:00 PM Friday January 27, 2023.

Our beloved son, Cody S Santiago (Santi), Born April 12, 1993 lost his battle with alcoholism. He had the kindest soul and the most genuine giggle.  Cody loved to write music, freestyle, wear his bucket hats, and hang with his best dog Taco (Kiki).

He will be remembered by; his son Sam Thomson, parents Michelle/Darvin Hamner, father Gerald Santiago, siblings Nina Santiago and Nikita Hamner, Aunts Rebecca Santiago and Wendy/Ed Faris, Grandma Yolanda Santiago, and Grandpa Gale Hamner.


Visitation - Friday: January 27, 2023 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center
123 10th Street
Fargo, North Dakota 58103


Celebration of Life - Friday: January 27, 2023 2:00 pm

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center
123 10th Street
Fargo, North Dakota 58103


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  1. RIH Cody
    I met you a few times, was told a lot of good things about you as you grew up. May God find a special place in heaven for you..
    Love your Great Aunt Vonnie

  2. I’m going to miss you my friend you were the only person I could call friend thank you for the amazing times we had and I know your looking down on us telling us everything we need to hear. I know for a fact you went on a flying limousine when they took you. Rest in peace my friend someday we will meet again.

  3. Cody’s Family, Very sorry for your tragic loss. As a mother of a son who has had his share of struggles, (Cody’s friend Jake) I empathize. Peace be with you, Kristi & Jake

  4. I will miss his wittiness and always his negotiations, the compassion he had for people, his smile and the sweet caring words when we talked about his grandma Yolanda, he was so giving, even if it meant he went without he would make sure whoever he was helping had what they needed. I will miss watching him with MK, he loved kids. Cody was very proud of his heritage especially his Hispanic, Aztec (side) background. He liked to tease and joke around; he had such a sweet giggle one that staid with you. He had a joy of free style rap; I remember him saying he made a rap song and was going to have me listen to them. Friends and family meant a lot to him. He was so proud that he trained his dog taco (kiki), he loved that dog so much!
    I could go on and on, but my big hearted, sweet, compassionate, loyal and honest nephew will forever live in my heart and greatly missed. I will miss hearing you say slow down **** hahah. I know you will ride the rails with me, I was proud of him and will love him forever, Aunt Becky a.k.a Pikachu.
    Mi Allah abre las puertas de Paradice para ti, mi sobrino cariñoso. Extrañaré esos ojos suaves y esa dulce risa; Te extraño tanto que es difícil recuperar el aliento. Sé que sabías que estaba orgulloso de ti, y siempre te he amado desde el nacimiento hasta el final. ¡Para siempre en mi corazón mi dulce Cody! Ama a tu tía Pikachu

  5. Cody, my heart is so sad that you are no l8nger here. My life was made better simply by knowing you. My memories of us working together at BK are still so vivid. You were an original,one of a kind guy. We had many good laughs,jokes&twisted humor between us that I’ll always cherish. Thank you Cody for all the laughs&genuine friendship…there will never be another you. I’ll see you on the other side,until then, rest easy my friend.

  6. I knew Cody from his grade school days when I worked with him in some of his classes. I’m sorry I didn’t know him as an adult. I’ll always remember him blessing himself after he would sneeze! He’d say “bless me!” It always made me smile. He was polite, kind, and always friendly. Cody was very likable.
    I know that our loving God will have a special place in heaven for Cody. May he rest in peace and
    “be blest!”

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