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James Inman

James Codie Inman

Saturday June 23, 1951 - Tuesday April 21, 2020
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Marlow: James Codie Inman, passed away Tuesday, April 21, 2020 in Temple, at the age of 68.

Due to the continuing health crisis, a memorial in Codie's honor is going to be scheduled at a later date. Please continue to check back at the funeral home website for updates. Cremation and all arrangements have been entrusted to the Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral and Cremation Services in Marlow.

Codie was born Saturday, June 23, 1951 in Oklahoma City, to Bill and Ettie Phillip (Lee) Inman. He lived in the Stephens County area all of his life and had graduated from Choctaw High School. Codie married the love of his life, Carol Dianne Sandt in Duncan on July 17, 1971; they were married for 44 wonderful years before Carol's passing on February 13, 2015. Codie worked for more than 42 years for Haliburton before retiring. He served in the United States Airforce as well. Codie loved to fish especially if it was with his grandchildren. He enjoyed cheering on all of his grandchildren that called him Tataw. Codie was an inspiration to so many people and enjoyed telling people about Jesus as well as serving as a deacon of the First Baptist Church in Marlow. He love spending time with his family.

Survivors include, his 2 daughters, Jennifer Inman-Mays of Marlow, Sara Coleman of Oklahoma City, 5 grandchildren, Jake, Emmy, Rayn, Avery, and Eli, 2 sisters, Lorie Inman of Oklahoma City, Cloressia Inman of Oklahoma City, and a niece, Feather Shoopman and husband Adam of Choctaw.

Along with his loving wife, Codie was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Eva Inman.


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Linda Bowman Kaye

Posted at 03:46pm
Always thought Codie was fun and sweet. We attended church together in Nicoma Park. Sympathy for you all.
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Curt Cooper

Posted at 06:20pm
Codie Inman was a great guy! He will be missed!
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Susan Sandt

Posted at 05:32pm
Codie was a great brother in law. Such a kind warm hearted man who loved my sister and his family. Rest In Peace brother. Dick and Susan Sandt.
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