Cody Ince was born on December 18, 1999, in St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin. But recently the unexpected passing of former collegiate football star Cody has shocked the sports community.
On July 15, 2023, Cody passed away unexpectedly at his house near Grantsburg, Wisconsin. His death’s cause is unknown yet.
He lived in a big family with his grandfather, cousins, parents, fiancee and sister. Joe Hugen once tweeted about his family, “Had the pleasure of talking with Cody Ince’s father (Marty) during the game. Cody’s grandparents of 86 and 87 were in attendance.”
Had the pleasure of taking with Cody Ince’s father (Marty) during the game yesterday. Hell of a guy and 💯 Hawkeye. Cody was a fantastic grab for Iowa out of Wisconsin.
Cody’s grandparents of 86 and 87 were in attendance and it couldn’t have been a better game for them to see. pic.twitter.com/Tbrsuq5JUv
— Joe Hugen (@Joe_Hugen) September 5, 2021
The offensive line’s 6 feet 5 inch, 260-pound member attended Unity High School before enrolling at the University of Iowa. He succeeded at the University as a committed student-athlete.
He enrolled at the university in 2018 and in 2021 he received his bachelor’s degree in Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneurship Studies. Along with his sports endeavors, he also worked in a variety of occupations.
Due to his great athletic prowess, Cody has won numerous awards including recognition as an all-conference, all-region and all-state player in a number of different sports. In addition, he received recognition for his exceptional scholastic accomplishments with the renowned all-state academic prize.
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On Cody John Ince’s memorial page, send the family a message of sympathy as a final remembrance. People are also sharing condolences towards Cody on social media.
Quinn Douglas tweeted, “He was nothing but a really good guy and always a joy to be around.”
I got to know Cody some by way of mutual friends involved with the football program, he was nothing but a really good guy and always a joy to be around.
— Quinn Douglas (@Quinn_Douglas_) July 18, 2023
One Twitter user retweeted Quinn’s tweet and said, “Cody was a tough-nosed starting guard for the 2020 Hawkeyes, played above his size.”
Cody was a tough-nosed starting guard for the 2020 Hawkeyes, played above his size. Levi & Landen Paulsen + Jack Heflin will be honorary pallbearers, per the obituary. https://t.co/LpavngD51p
— Chad Leistikow (@ChadLeistikow) July 18, 2023
Another person wrote, “My deepest condolences to the family and friends of former Iowa Football player Cody Ince.”
My deepest condolences to the family and friends of former Iowa Football player Cody Ince, who has reportedly passed away at the age of 23.
— From the Hawkeye of the Storm (@FromTheHawkeye) July 18, 2023
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