Cody Crabill found himself back in Kauai late in 2022 and got to know the pastor and his wife at Calvary Chapel North Shore. He briefly attended the U-Turn for Christ Kauai program in February 2023.
Cody was born in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii July 1989. He made mud pies as a little boy with his sister in the hills of Santa Fe, New Mexico and he grew to become a southern gentleman after his family moved to the Northern Neck of Virginia in 1996. Cody made friends with anyone he met and was gifted in conversation and humor. Cody had a way with people, was welcomed with open arms wherever he went and had the gift of encouragement; he helped you see the best in yourself. Following in parent’s footsteps, he was a giver and found great joy in blessing others.
Cody knew and loved the Lord but wrestled with his life choices and decisions, and learning of his mother’s terminal illness in the fall of 2020 further magnified his struggle. In the last few months, Cody grew cognizant of his need and began seeking help. His mother had written a book dedicated to Cody, "To Say the Hard Things", about reconciling yourself to the truth in hopes of helping others find deep forgiveness, healing, and break the generational chains of pain through Jesus Christ. May we all find healing through Jesus Christ as we mourn Cody’s precious life, lost too soon.
He went home to be with the Lord, and his family desires that donations be made to U-Turn for Christ Kauai in his memory to prevent other men from losing their lives and families to drugs and alcohol.
Cody Crabill Memorial Fund
Please send us an email to let us know you would like this tax-deductible donation designated for the Cody Crabill Memorial Fund to send men in financial hardship to U-turn for Christ Kauai.
U-Turn for Christ Kaua'i, Men's Recovery Program is a 501c3 non-profit