Cody Tesnow Obituary, Death – According to a report that asserts Cody Tesnow passed away not too long ago, the information for the report was gathered from a variety of online sources and compiled into a report. The news of his passing left us feeling sad and weighed heavily on our hearts when we received it. The tragic news of the death has been met with a number of reactions on social media, which has, as a result, led to members of the deceased person’s family and friends expressing their condolences for the loss of their loved one. Every new beginning in life inexorably ushers in the arrival of the arrival at the conclusion of its logical progression.
The formation of memories is one of the achievements of human existence; despite the fact that life itself is only fleeting, memories can often be preserved for the rest of a person’s life. Despite the fact that memories can be preserved for a person’s entire life, life itself is only fleeting. We want to thank you for your patience while we investigate the rumor that Cody Tesnow has passed away; the more information you can provide, the better. The statement that can be found below claims that a user on one of the many different social media platforms was the one who brought the news of Cody Tesnow’s death to our attention.
Yesterday, my big brother Cody passed away from a heart attack. The rapid amount of emotions going through my body are…too many. Especially if you know my story of what happened last year. This time of year. I’m somehow between numb and complete openness. // Cody, I listened to The Jet Song this morning. You took me to Valley Fair when I was 13 and that’s what I remember most from that day was you singing West Side Story in the car on the way there. I’m writing as much as I can remember, while the memories are flooding. I wish for more time. More where I was present. More where we could talk and know each other even more as we are now. You were the happiest I’d ever seen you. This doesn’t feel real. You lived so big. Your presence is still so big. And it always will be. You do so much for our family. For me. For us. I love you. So much. ~ Cara Joy Tesnow
Very sad to learn of the passing of another member of our Giant Steps family.
Cody Tesnow was part of the original DNA of Giant Steps—he designed our first video trailer in 2010 (with creative partner and #giantstepsfam Robert Sidenberg), designed our logo, made some introductions for us, and actively participated in the first few Giant Steps conferences before he moved away. His creative work helped us to see Giant Steps as something real…and helped us to see the potential of Giant Steps to “do epic shit” (his words). We send love to his family and friends during this difficult time. ~ Giant Steps