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Official Obituary of

Kodey Da'Juan Dunn

February 13, 2024

Kodey Dunn Obituary

Kodey loved his family. He was the 3rd of 4 boys and had his mama’s heart. He and his parents, Roscoe and Kim had an unbreakable bond. Kodey and his brothers were inseparable and nothing or no one could reciprocate their love for one another. Kodey became a father to a beautiful little girl, Ka’liyah Dunn who also stole his heart.

Kodey started school at Hamlet Elementary. He went to middle school at Johnny Allen 6th Grade Campus and Horace Mann. Kodey graduated from Palo Duro High School in May of 2014.

After graduating from high school, Kodey attended Amarillo College. He attended Job Corps and received credentials as a Plumber Pre-Apprentice.

Kodey’s first job was at Burger King. He also worked for Tyson Foods and at Amazon Distribution Center.

Kodey was introduced to sports at an early age, such as track, t-ball, baseball and basketball.  He was a standout athlete and really blossomed his 7th and 8th Grade year running the 400 meter run for Horace Mann’s track team. Kodey had a genuine love for basketball. He started playing basketball in the 2nd grade and continued through High School. Kodey played AAU basketball with the 2014 Amarillo Gators, where he built everlasting friendships with his teammates (brothers). The team was coached by Marlon Sims and Jimaine Westmoreland, who both played a vital role in his upbringing. Kodey also lettered on Palo Duro’s Boys Basketball Varsity team for 4 years.

Kodey was always reserved and shy but had a unique personality. He developed relationships with many people throughout his young life. He will be missed by so many, but his memories will remain, especially his unique smile.

Kodey was preceded in death by his great-grandparents, Houston and Virginia Frazier, Essie B. Kates, grandmothers, Linda Dunn and Carrye Tropez and grandfather, Jerry Jennings.

Those left to cherish his memories are his daughter, Ka’liyah Dunn, his parents, Roscoe and Kim Flanagan, and Bryce Jennings, brothers Kolby Dunn, Kolton Dunn, and Jalen Flanagan of Amarillo, Jamond Loftis of Plano, TX, and Bryce Jennings, Jr. of Mansfield, TX, sisters, Bria Jennings of Dallas, TX, and Nakia Napue of Denver, CO, grandfather, Eddie Ray Dunn, grandmother with love, Brenda Frazier, and grandmother, Barbara Greene, uncle, Timothy Dunn, nephews, K’Den, Xy’erion, Braizlyn, and Domari, sisters in love, JaJuana Harvey, Tacie Barnes, Valencia Johnson, and Saundra Rosas.

Kodey also touched the lives of his nieces, aunts, uncles, cousins, family, teachers, and friends.

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Balloon Release
February 23, 2024

6:30 PM

Funeral Service
February 24, 2024

2:00 PM
Greater Love Temple
811 S. Tennessee
Amarillo, TX 79106


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