Cody Michael Eisner of Jarrettsville, MD at the young age of 30 passed away on October 6, 2022. Cody loved many things including boxing, physical fitness, art, music, fashion, fishing, and hiking. He served in the US Army. Cody loved to sing and dance and was great at both. He was a master at impersonations and very witty; he was always sure to bring a smile to your face! Cody defined compassion with a great heart and soul.
Cody was Handsome and very talented in many things including the drums, which he mastered at a very young age starting at 6 and was completely self-taught. He prided himself in passing that love of percussion and music onto his late little brother Joshua, when they were young. Cody loved concerts and meeting his favorite rock stars at a young age.
His biggest passion became Boxing at the age 14 and remained his passion until his passing. Cody’s love for boxing propelled him to the #2 Amateur ranking in Maryland, where he eventually turned Professional in 2011. Cody trained out of Baltimore Boxing thru his promotor Jake Smith and trained with famed Mike Tyson trainer Kevin Rooney from the Catskills, NY and “Sugar boy” Chew of Baltimore, MD. Sadly, his professional boxing career ended when he injured his back, but his love for boxing carried on when he was able to train and pass on his knowledge to others.
The true love of Cody’s life is his daughter Talia. There was no one in this world that he loved more, and his time with her was always what he looked forward to the most. His 2nd love was his niece and God daughter Cameron “Cam”, who loved and adored her Uncle Doe Doe beyond measure.
Cody is survived by his beautiful daughter Talia Grace Eisner, parents Robyn and Andy Eisner, sister Kerri Deal and niece Cameron Deal, brother Drew Eisner, his wife Brittney and nephews Gavin, Carson and Owen Eisner, Grandmother Sharon A. Miller, Grandfather James F. Eisner, and his “Uncle Jim” James Eisner. He was predeceased by his younger brother Joshua Eisner; his late grandfather David Patrick Miller, Uncle Gordon Gosewisch and Timothy Eisner. Cody will be laid to rest next to his baby brother Josh Eisner at Mountain Christian Church Cemetery.
All services are private at the request of the family.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. www.AFSP.ORG