Jody Len Briggs, 44, died May 1, 2023, peacefully at his home in Amarillo, Texas.
Jody was born October 13, 1978, in Amarillo, Texas, to Jackie Cox and Ron Briggs.
He attended Randall High School in Amarillo. He continued his education with courses at Amarillo College. Jody spent his career primarily in sales where he made many lifelong friends. Jody enjoyed going river rafting in Colorado with friends and family. Jody also loved traveling to see family and friends. He was a lifelong Dallas Cowboys fan and enjoyed going to games when he had the time.
He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Marvin Baker; grandmother, Myrldeen Baker; grandfather, Lee Briggs; grandmother, Ruth Briggs; and his father Ron Briggs.
Mr. Briggs is survived by his mother, Jackie Cox of Amarillo; sister, MaryAnn Ellis of Shawnee, OK; brother, Kevin Briggs and wife Crystal of Amarillo; brother Trey Briggs and wife Allyson of The Colony, Texas, four nieces and five nephews.
A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, May 13 at Lighthouse Funeral Home Chapel, 3707 Wolflin Ave., Amarillo, Texas.
So many good memories. Loved Jodie as he brought so much fun into all our lives. He had a good heart and it saddens me he has been called so soon. RIP bro.
I worked with Jodie for years, alot of us back in our younger years had so fun and so many laughable memories from the night shift days! Jodie will definitely be missed!!! Rest in Peace my brother 🙏
To Jackie and Family
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your son. Jody will be missed by all who knew him, but his memories will live forever. Praying for the family during this difficult time.
Love & Prayers,
When your little brother arrived, I gained another perspective on your life. Our firsts as parents belong to your big brother. Our lasts belong to your little brother. But our chances to simply celebrate the moment belong to you. We celebrate your life, sweet middle son! Love you always to my middle son! “Mother”
I am the answering service operator you spoke to this evening when you called your medical supply company. Thank you for telling me about your dear son Jody and Thank you for inviting me to see his memorial slide show. I can tell he grew up surrounded by a loving family and that all of you stayed very close through the years. It touched my heart to see Jody and your wonderful family in pictures. I can tell you were, and are, a very special mom and that he was lucky to have you all of his days. I am so very sorry for your loss. God bless you. I will keep you in my prayers.