Oliver Cody was an extraordinarily positive and enthusiastic individual. His genuine and heartfelt optimism was infectious and extended itself into everything he did. A pillar of the community and an example for others to follow, Oliver was very well-regarded by both his coworkers at Dell as well as Austin residents alike.
Early Life and Education
Oliver was raised in pastor’s homes, and began performing professionally at 14. At 14 he began composing music for secular and worship artists while simultaneously acting in stage productions.
After moving to Los Angeles to pursue acting, he received his big break in 2009 with casting for Todd Phillips’ film Project X and was cast as Levon on Californication as David Duchovny and Heather Graham’s characters respectively.
Oliver has made an impressionful showing during training camp and should not be removed from the first-team rotation any time soon. On Sunday he excelled against the run and should continue honing his pass coverage skills; furthermore he proved himself as a game-changing 3-technique defensive tackle.
Oliver won eight tie-down roping championships, hegemonic of professional rodeo like no other man before or since. Oliver achieved this success through hard work, dedication and sacrifice; working tirelessly for months at end even during dark practice sessions to make sure that he would always be ready to compete at rodeos.
He brings with him extensive expertise in land management and recreation to provide him with an in-depth view of this ecologically diverse region, making him the ideal person to help people locate an ideal property within it.
Ed Oliver is an attractive draft target for the Falcons. At Temple’s Pro Day, he ran an impressive 5.42 second 40-yard dash and 4.72 shuttle. Additionally, he completed 24.5-inch vertical jump and 14 repetitions on bench press.
Achievement and Honors
Cody Oliver was an 18-year-old Hudson High School student who tragically perished in a motorcycle accident, so in his honor his family and friends established a scholarship award of $125 per semester in his name to recognize him and recognize those taking history courses with the highest GPAs.
Professor Xi Chen was recently honored by being selected an AAAS Fellow! This distinction joins four UC Davis researchers as well as 347 fellows nationwide for 2015.
Graduate students Christina “Nina” McCulley of Tantillo Lab and Cody Palumbo from Beal Lab were chosen to receive National Institutes of Health Training Program in Biomolecular Technology Fellowships, providing women, cross-disciplinary researchers and underrepresented university-based scientists the chance to turn their entrepreneurial ideas into real scientific ventures.
Cody was an ardent family man renowned for his strong work ethic and optimism that carried over into every aspect of his life, striving to be the best at whatever he did. Cody owned investment properties throughout Austin which he managed and leased out.
He possesses extensive experience from working for both the Forest Service and local engineering firms that gives him an advantage in real estate. His knowledge of home construction, land development, ranching operations, public grazing permits, recreational use and lodges makes him an invaluable asset when searching for their perfect place of living or conducting business.
He is survived by his wife, June Oliver; daughter Montie Lowe; son Frank Oliver; grandchildren Zackery and Cody Lowe as well as Harlee and Tysen Lowe as great-grandchildren, sister Barbara Hill Kimbrel, brother-in-law Charles Pearson as well as several nieces and nephews.
Oliver makes a significant amount of money through his videos on YouTube and TikTok, popular among young viewers. Additionally, his public persona remains strong thanks to involvement in positive activities.
Moy Army, his own business, sells products such as T-shirts, Hoodies, Caps, Stickers and other accessories at competitive prices; in turn a portion of profits go toward animal welfare organizations.
Oliver has much to look forward to as part of the Bills. They expect big things from him and he has worked hard to meet these expectations. His success with them so far should continue for some time; they consider him an integral member of their squad who can help win more games together in future seasons.