Cody Sargent, a Company owner at Beard Culture, Died Of Brain Tumor

Last Updated on November 8, 2023, 7:08 am

Cody Sargent, a Company owner at Beard Culture, sadly passed away On Tuesday, October 31, 2023. The native of Loveland, Colorado, died from a brain tumor.

Cody Sargent Dead
Cody Sargent (Image via Facebook)

What was Cody Sargent’s Death Cause?

According to Kristin Clarks statement about his death cause post on Facebook, Cody Sargent’s wife, Frances Sargent, took him to the emergency room on Tuesday, October 31, 2023. For five weeks, Cody saw his primary care physician about headaches and other symptoms that were written off.

The doctor at the emergency room requested a STAT CT scan, which was completed very soon after Cody arrived. In the scan, a brain tumor was found. To reduce the cerebral pressure and perform emergency surgery to remove and biopsy the tumor partially, Cody was airlifted to the Medical Center of the Rockies.

The most dangerous brain tumor/cancer, glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), is what the neurosurgeon thought Cody had. Because of the amount of edema and cranial pressure, Cody was brought back in for emergency surgery on Wednesday, November 1, 2023, at 4:00. After the second operation, Cody’s doctor did not think that he would still have reflexes and cognitive function.

At this point, the neurosurgeons decided to reduce Cody’s sedation, and on November 1, 2023, at 13:30, they carried out their last neurocheck. Regretfully, they discovered Cody was brain dead and provided a clinical death time.

Cody Sargent, an Organ Donor

Subsequently, Frances disclosed that he was also an organ donor; because Cody donated his organs, he was maintained on life support. Cody’s Honor Walk was held on Friday, November 3, 2023, and was attended by his wife, kid, relatives, friends, the incredible medical professionals and nurses who treated him, and hospital employees.

Cody was flown to Colorado’s Denver. Cody underwent a seven-plus-hour long last operation on Sunday, November 5, 2023, at 01:59 because he WAS able to donate his Liver, heart, lungs, and both kidneys.

Frances Sargent wrote in her Facebook post which stated:

“The call from Donor Alliance arrived just now. They finished operating on him. It was a very lengthy process. 7+ hours due to their ability to utilize His Heart. His Liver 🫁His Lungs He had two kidneys.

Guys, my dude was mighty! I’m so happy for him! I hope that everyone finds solace in this news. The recipient of these presents is very fortunate! There will be a shift in 5 lives. I was having a profound effect on every individual in their life. Cody, you’re loved! #frocady”

Cody was a cherished member of society; he left a void by leaving his family and loved ones in deep shock and grief. Thoughts and Condolences to Cody’s family and close companions.

About Cody Sargent

Cody Allen “MF” Sargent, 38, of Johnstown, was born in Casper, WY, on July 25th, 1985. Cody Went to Kelly Walsh High School; he was a Directional Driller at Professional Directional and Company owner at Beard Culture.

According to Cody Sargent’s official LinkedIn profile, from 2019 to 2020, he attended the U.S. Air Force Institute of Technology. In addition, he holds degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, the University Command and Staff College, and the University of Wisconsin-Platteville Center for Distance Learning.

As per reports, he also served as the director of current model engineering at Blue Bird Corporation. He worked with the U.S. Air Force in various capacities between May 2019 and March 2021, including JSTARS Mechanical Systems & Additive Manufacturing Engineer.

Memorial Service

A visitation service for Cody Sargent will take place at the First Christian Church in Loveland, Colorado, on Friday, November 10, from 2:00 to 4:00. This information was made public by Legacy. At 4 p.m., the funeral service will start.

Cody will be dearly missed by his loved ones; his Legacy will always endure. Prayers for him; Rest in Peace, Cody Sargent.


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