RIP to one of college baseball’s best content creators, CodyButlerCody will be missed, but his legacy will live on. Our thoughts and prayers to the @NAIABall team and Cody’s family. The Tigers send our condolences to the Butler family. Cody did an outstanding job promoting NAIA baseball. Thank you Cody! RIP.
After successfully overcoming alcohol and upending my own marriage, I found myself in the uniquely privileged position of being able to help other high-achieving, God-centered men in their desperate battles do the same.
I do this out of a God-centered approach to recovery.
It is with profound sadness and great trust in our lord that we inform you that Cody Butler our friend & creator of NAIA Ball has passed away at age 30.
Please consider donating to Cody’s funeral expenses here- https://t.co/t5MIBnc33a
We will also post arrangements & services. pic.twitter.com/cQE5is3Hi7
— NAIA Ball (@NAIABall) December 5, 2022
Only God has the power to truly and permanently free you from your current bondage.
My mission is to help High Performance people battling alcohol, gain the skills needed to rebuild their lives and marriages from the ground up, and build a foundation that can weather the worst storms.
With my own businessman background and alcohol nearly ruining my marriage, I can empathize with people in a similar position in a way no one else can!
A marriage with alcohol and drug abuse has all the challenges of a normal marriage, but dealing with alcohol is more complicated.
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