Alice T. Cody


Alice T. Cody, 74, of Parkesburg, died on Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at the Brandywine Hospital. She was the widow of the late William J. Cody who died in 2000. Born in New York City, she was the daughter of the late Cornelius and Alice Paradise Crean. 

Alice was employed as a Nanny. She was also a member of Our Lady of Consolation Church in Parkesburg.
She is survived by three children; Ron Crean and wife Vivian of Parkesburg, Maureen, wife of Eric Nunez of Milford, MI and Theresa, wife of Philip Nadelman of Wingdale, NY, 10 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren, and two siblings; Thomas Crean of New York City and Doris Reyes of Florida. She was preceded in death by by sister Mary Gallagher and brother Frank Crean.
A Memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, February 9, 2013 at Our Lady of Consolation Church, 603 W 2nd Ave., Parkesburg, PA. Interment will be scheduled later at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg.  Online condolences can be posted at


Prayers for my family. Love you all!

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Dear Mom in Heaven, I am very saddened by your passing but I know that you are in peace and pain free. You are with your loved ones and I know you are watching over all of us. You are and always will be a joy in our lives and will be sorely missed. Rest in peace sweet mom, love you always.

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Dearest Mom, losing you is the hardest thing that I have ever endured, but I was taught by you to always be strong at times like these, so I am doing the best that I can. Thank you.

I love you unconditionally and you will forever be in my heart. I have so many good memories of you that they will fill my lifetime without you for the rest of the way.

Now that you're in Heaven you are at peace and so am I. I'll be OK and do my "7 things". I'll be a good wife to my husband Philip as you were to your husband Bill. And, I'll always work hard and make you proud of me. I'm sending you big hugs and kisses right now as I write this.

Your Loving Daughter Theresa A. Nadelman

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Dearest Theresa and Family, I send my deepest condolençes to you at this sad time in our lives.
I hope my wonderful Mother-in-Law is resting in Peace in Heaven and I hope she doesn't watch too many gorey shows on the sci-fi channel up there! I always loved and will miss our conversations on the phone and the few times I was actually able to see her in person were always filled with good cheer. I will misss Alice...God Bless Her

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Thank you...Philip I Love you...xoxo

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Dear grandma, although I'm very sad that you're gone, the only thing that is really getting meme by is the fact that you're not in anymore pain, and you're finally with your husband and siblings again. Still from time toto time I do shed a few tears every nownow and then. I love you very much and will alwaysalways miss you. Thank you for all of the memories you gave me. Whether they were good or bad, I'll always cherish every last one of them.

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Some of it is misspelled because I was using my phone and even though it left out sime things I said and repeated certain words, I mean every word. Also I need to cherish the memories I have of her because these are last ones I'll ever of her. Love you

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Dear Sister Alie,
I have so many fond memories of you from our childhood and I have never forgotten them! I remember us taking turns riding the second-hand bicycle (someone gave Dad) in Central Park. After we were finished with the bike, I remember selling it to the bikeman for $1.20 - he paid me in dimes!

I also remember the time, when Mom was sick, and Dad had to work, so they put us in a home together. They stuck me in a crib with big bars on the side...and they had you on another floor with the bigger kids. But, somehow, you knew where to find me, and knew where I was. You tippy-toed quietly in the night to see me....and I started making a lot of noise when I saw you...and you told me to "Shut up, before I get caught!" And, when you got next to my crib, I held onto you and starting screaming for the lady to catch you! I am so sorry you got caught!

I loved you then, and I love you more NOW AND ALWAYS!! It gave me comfort to be with you in your last hours. To kiss and embrace you amd to be next to you and to tell you that we will ALWAYS LOVE YOU and you will ALWAYS BE ALIVE IN OUR HEARTS!! You leave your wonderful children behind. and we LOVE ALL OF THEM!!

God Bless You Sister, and say "Hello" to Mom and Dad, to Cornelius Jr, Mary and Franky.

With Much Love, Brother Tom and Family

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