Cody, John

Cody, John (Patrick)

(1920–82) Catholic prelate; born in St. Louis, Mo. After ordination (1931) and service in the Vatican Secretariat of State, he held administrative posts in the U.S.A. Appointed coadjutor bishop of New Orleans (1961), he implemented the school integration plan of ailing Archbishop Joseph Rummel, succeeding to the see (1964) after Rummel's death. Named archbishop of Chicago (1965) and a cardinal (1967), he alienated clergy by his allegedly authoritarian policies. An investigation into charges that he had diverted church funds to benefit a female friend was suspended after his death.
The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, by John S. Bowman. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995. Reproduced with permission.
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Keith Cody, John Morrill, and Doug Holowink, of CBRE Group, represented the City of New York in the transaction.
"That's my opinion but my opinion might not be the same as Brian Cody, John Dalton and Cha's but I would say that they are gone until the end of the year, end of story.
Hyland, Robin Hyland & Peter Hyland; twelve great grand children Sarah, Sai, Ashlee, Jamie, Vanessa, Nicolas, Jacob, Cody, John W., Molly, Jessie & Anelia.
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