Cody Nugent, CFSP
Funeral Director/ Embalmer
Cody is a DeKalb County native and a resident of Boaz. He is a 2006 graduate of Crossville High School and received his Associates Degree in Applied Science in Funeral Service Education from Jefferson State Community College in December 2013. He began his career in funeral service in 2009 as an apprentice and received his Funeral Director’s license in August 2011. He passed the National Board Exam in Funeral Directing and Embalming through the International Conference of Funeral Service Examining Board in December 2013 and received his embalming license in January 2014.
Cody is married to the former Laina Gibbs of Altoona. Laina is a massage therapist at Albertville Chiropractic. They have one son, Nolan. They are charter members of Freedom Baptist Church in the Aroney Community. Cody currently serves as Deputy Coroner for the Marshall County Coroner's Office. Cody is a 2015 graduate of the Marshall County Leadership Challenge. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Court Appointed Juvenile Advocates (CAJA) of Marshall County and on the Board of Directors for Marshall County Leadership Challenge Alumni Association.
Cody brings new and innovative ideas to the families we serve while honoring the traditions of his Sand Mountain roots. “As a minister I have had the honor to council with families that have experienced the loss of loved ones, both young and those at the end of a long happy life. I have assisted families as they made decisions on how to honor their loved ones and helped those who wanted everything taken care for themselves by pre-planning. I find it a great privilege to serve those in need both spiritually and physically.”
What does the CFSP stand for?
Cody W. Nugent, CFSP, has earned the designation of Certified Funeral Service Practitioner from the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice, Inc. This is noted by the CFSP acronym, and this licensed funeral director must meet or exceed defined criteria annually to continue use of this prestigious designation.
A select few have distinguished themselves among their peers within the funeral service profession as they continue their education to exceed the highest standards of care. This achievement is especially notable because Cody has voluntarily elected to participate in quality educational and service opportunities that far surpass what the funeral service licensing board in Alabama requires. Cody has committed to a program of lifelong learning to serve you and families in your community with the level of excellence expected of a CFSP.
The Board of Trustees of the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice commends you for choosing to put your trust in the hands of a Certified Funeral Service Practitioner.