Codey Allen Prindle, 27

Codey Allen Prindle, 27

Codey Allen Prindle, 27, of Boyertown, passed away suddenly on Sunday April 14, 2024.

Born in Allentown, he was the son of Christopher Lee and Cindy Ann (Gilbert) Prindle.

Codey was a 2015 graduate of Boyertown High School and a 2019 graduate of Kings College where he majored in Chemistry and minored in Math. He coached Boyertown Boys Lacrosse for the past five years. Codey enjoyed golfing, fishing, camping, skiing, and four wheeling. Codey was employed as a Process Engineer at Carpenter Technology for the last four years. 

Surviving along with his parents are his brother Christopher Lee Prindle Jr.; nephews Dominic James Prindle and Gabriel John Prindle; Grandmother Joyce Gilbert; numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins; and his beloved canine companions Keela and Duke. Codey was predeceased by his grandfathers; Neil John Gilbert and James Edward Prindle.

A celebration of Codey’s life will be held on Saturday May 18th, 2024, from 12 PM – 4 PM at Brookside Country Club located at 850 North Adams Street, Pottstown, PA 19464. In honor of Codey, please dress comfortably with your favorite sports jersey or something in the color of teal, which was his favorite color.

The family is requesting photo memories of Codey with his family and friends to be submitted to Dropbox at the following link. They would like to be able to share these memories during his Celebration of Life. 

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Codey Prindle Scholarship Fund. This scholarship will be given out every year to a senior on the Boyertown Boys Lacrosse team in honor of Codey. Please send an email to so donation information can be provided.

Add My Condolences

Coach Prindle, we are devestated by this tragic news. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

~ Allison, Sabrina, & Sonia Roberto 19426, PA
4/24/2024 11:09:28 AM

Dear Cindy, I am so sorry to hear about your son. I send my love and thoughts to you and your family at this difficult time. ?? Beth Mager

~ Beth Phoenixville, Pa
4/23/2024 11:54:03 AM

Please accept our sympathies and our prayers on Codey’s passing.
We are so saddened for you and your family.
Love, Luba and Gene
(Bernie’s Parents)

~ Luba Tufillaro
4/22/2024 3:48:40 PM

Chris, I’m so incredibly sorry for your loss. Many of us here at SRI are thinking of you and the family. Nancy.

~ Nancy E
4/22/2024 2:45:26 PM

Cindy, I am so very sorry for you loss. I am devastated for you.

~ Bernie Pence
4/22/2024 9:50:00 AM

Sending all my thoughts and prayers to the Prindle Family. I am so sorry for your loss. May he rest in peace in heaven. Reading his story was so touching.

~ Samantha Swanger collegville, PA
4/20/2024 7:47:33 PM

Codey was such a sweet and genuine young man. He taught me so much about myself and I’ll never forget the memories we shared together. I’m so sorry for your loss. My heart breaks for your family. Rest in peace Codey.

~ Grace Fronheiser
4/20/2024 9:29:43 AM

Your message is heartfelt, but I can help you smooth it out a bit:

"I’m so sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to his family and friends. He was taken way too soon, and it’s clear he was deeply loved. May he rest in peace, and I pray that his soul finds comfort and his family finds peace. My thoughts are with you all during this difficult time."

~ Trenton Abare Perkiomenville, PA
4/19/2024 9:48:48 PM

Sending my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. ??

~ Kortney Pottstown, PA
4/19/2024 7:32:01 PM

Sending my sincerest condolences to the Prindle family. I met Codey at King’s College as we were both in the same graduating class, and from my short time knowing him, we shared fond memories I’ll always reflect back on. From my short time knowing him, he treated everybody so kindly and had the most uplifting smile. He was supported by great friends who truly loved him and was set out to do great things. We are all going to miss him incredibly much. Forever a Monarch, Codey. Rest in Paradise. ??

~ Christian Pack
4/19/2024 4:15:17 PM

I am so sorry for your loss. I went to Boyertown and to kings college with Codey! I loved and adored Codey as everyone did. He really had a group of great friends who cared for him and loved him. At kings he really came into his own and did wonderful things, branched out, and made not only friends but brothers. Codey will be missed. Until you see him again :)

~ Savannah Tucker
4/19/2024 3:57:32 PM