Mallory Lynn Code

Saint Petersburg, Florida

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Dear code family I went to church with her she inspired me she was sweet and kind.

My name is Jay Frye and I was paired with Mallory and her father in a qualifying tournament for the Senior Amateur. I have thought of Mallory so many times since I met her and I am deeply saddened by her passing. I have been blessed in my life to meet many special people, but Mallory instantly became my idol. Throughout our round of golf she and I talked about what she had faced in her life and quickly I realized what an incredibly courageous young lady she was. I was so impressed with...

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I never met Mallory but could tell what a great person inside and out she was just from the HBO special. I never forgot that story they did with her and I will never forget her either. She was a very special lady.

Dear Code Family,
I teach the 6th Grade Sunday School class at my church. For several years now I have used Mallory's story as one of my lessons. I show them the Real Sports segment as part of the lesson. Mallory's story ALWAYS has a HUGE impact on the students in the class. I can tell by the discussions that follow the lesson that the children have been definitely touched. I plan to continue this lesson each year as long as I teach. I just wanted you to know how Mallory has...

Dear Code Family;

I am fortunate to be able to work with young people teaching the great game of golf. Back in the early 2000's my daughter Leisl was paired with and played against Mallory in Westfield Center at the PGA Junior.

After the round they played together, as time would have it, she ended up in the same van with us going someplace after the round. I remember her being touted in print as the one to beat in that event that year. I commented and questioned her...

Dear Code Family - In working for the AGJA one summer, I was fortunate enough to have met Mallory and your incredible family. I just wanted to share a memory that will hopefully bring a smile.
- It was always exciting to work the scorers tent during an event Mallory was playing. The scorecards she kept for her playing competitors were works of art. Bright colors and giant numbers that looked like she was focused more on this scorecard than her own game. These were rainbows in an...

mallory will be missed


Mallory's Obituary

CODE, Mallory Lynn, who was born August 28, 1984, went home to be with the Lord Monday, November 9, 2009, as a result of compli-cations from cystic fibrosis. Mallory is survived by her parents, Brian and Karen Code; grandmothers, Isabel "Snaz" Patrick and Paige Code; brother, Jordan...

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