Westminster Presbyterian Church in Salem, Oregon
Codi Frazier, a 10 year old resident of Keizer, Oregon. Diagnosis: recurrence of osteogenic sarcoma.

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In Memory of Our Precious Codi Bug
7/1/92 - 9/23/03

We are sad to have to tell you all that Codi passed away at 12:52 am on September 23, 2003. Our precious Codi on Earth is now our precious Angel Codi in Heaven. 

Beginning of Codi's Original Site

Believing in God has helped me in so many different ways. When I was about 5 years old I remember my mother teaching me about God and Jesus. My mother passed away in January 2002. It also makes me feel good to know she is in heaven and she helps watch over me. When I pray it helps me not be afraid or sad because I have God listening to my prayers.

For Easter my family and I attended the Westminster Presbyterian Church in Salem. The Minister there is John Moody. He is a friend and is also a member of Salem Kiwanis.

Some of my family members attend the Unitarian Universalist Congregation Church, in Salem, Oregon, and I know they are also remembering me in their prayers and meditations and I want them to know how much I also appreciate their support.

My friend Sara Griffith, who lives with our family, contacted her mom, Virginia Stinson, who lives in Wenatchee, Washington, about my cancer. Her mom posted a story about me at her apartment building. The next thing we all knew, many people (268 that we know of) at the Garden Terrace and the Garden Terrace West apartments, and some of the local churches, in Wenatchee, Washington, were fasting and praying for me. I just wanted to let everyone know in Wenatchee, Washington, how much I appreciate them and their prayers. It makes me feel soooooo good!

On Sunday July 13, 2003 there was a group of about 5000 people who stopped what they were doing at the Woodburn Dragstrip and they prayed for me. That is so cool that they were all thinking of me while they were out having fun at the races. I wish I could have been with them, but I was in the hospital. 

I get e-mails all the time from people who say they are praying for me. Sometimes I find other kids with cancer online and I pray for them too. This is a good way to use the Internet.

I know I haven't mentioned many other people who are thinking of me and including me in their prayers. Many of you, I don't even know. This all helps me to feel better.

Thank you all - Love, Codi Bug

Westminster Presbyterian Church


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E-Mail Me: codi@codibug.com