Honoring the Life of Courtney Langdon-Codd
To customers, vendors, and friends,
It is with great sadness we share the loss of Courtney Langdon-Codd, passing the afternoon of Thursday, September 9th, due to the Coronavirus. She is survived by her husband (Fred), mother, and father.
Courtney joined the MBK Team in 1998, serving in many different roles, including Sales, Customer Service, Supply Chain & Logistics, and finally Project Management. For the past 7 years, Courtney worked remotely from Colorado, Texas, and N. Carolina. Though she worked afar, Courtney maintained working relationships and friendships.
Courtney was a dedicated employee, problem-solver, and leader. You could always count on Courtney to do her job and step up to help others and lead the way. She mentored and trained many employees and was always patient and positive. Her devotion to the company and empathetic attitude toward her peers was exemplary to all.
The MBK family will miss our colleague and friend greatly, but her memories will be cherished by all of us.
The MBK Family
Below are sentiments by colleagues and vendors.
“On behalf of my team and Avery Dennison Medical, I wanted to let you all know that we are thinking about you and Courtney’s family.
Courtney was always a pleasure to work with and I loved speaking to her over the past 7 plus years. I hope you all find a way to get through this time together. I will be praying for you all and her family.”
Avery Dennison Medical
“SO very sorry to hear of Courtney’s passing. One of my favorite business friends. She will be greatly missed!”
“From all of us here at G.F.Cole Corporation, we would like to extend our sincere condolences to Courtney’s family as well as The MBK Tape Company. We take comfort in knowing that her legacy will live on in all the lives Courtney touched.”
G.F. Cole Corporation
“I am so very sorry to hear about Courtney. As a supplier for cutting blades, I knew Courtney for over 20 years. There was never a more kind, courteous, and friendly person. She will be greatly missed.
My thoughts and prayers go out to the MBK family.”
“I’m shocked and deeply saddened by your message. Although I never had the chance to meet Courtney in person, the interactions we had over the phone or through email were always friendly and professional.
My thoughts and prayers go out to her family and all of you at MBK. I hope that the many good memories of Courtney will give you all the courage and strength to cope with her loss.”
Polymer Science, Inc.
“I personally have worked with Courtney since Rip n Grip, back in 1997 when she first started with MBK. This breaks my heart. I just spoke to her 6 weeks ago. ☹
I am so sorry for everyone at MBK, especially Jeff and his family. I know she was like a daughter to him. She used to speak very highly about him and regarded him as more of a father figure than a boss.
She loved everyone at MBK and loved her job so much. This is truly a huge loss. She and I used to talk about life and laugh way before we did any business. I will miss that. My prayers go out to you all
As you navigate through this loss for God to give you all strength. May she Rest in Peace. I love you Courtney and will miss you.”
“I am so sorry for the loss of Courtney. She was a pleasure to work with and always handled things professionally. We always spoke about how her North Carolina life was pretty normal even with Covid out there and I figured she was safe out there. Please send my sincerest sympathies to both MBK and her family.”
Neway Packaging Corp.
I wanted to offer my condolences to you and the whole MBK team about the passing of Courtney. She was one of the nicest ladies I have ever met. She was a consummate professional. She worked hard representing MBK to the best of her ability every day. She will be missed by everyone. She has touched the lives of everyone she dealt with. I know you will miss her dearly personally and professionally.
MBK Past & Present Employees
“I remember her smile and giggles when she talked. Sad!” Shabana Bharwani
“She was such a beautiful person. She will be missed.” Jonathan Kaminski
“I have such beautiful memories of our time together.” Esmeralda Gallegos
“Heartbreaking. Courtney and I were close for as many years as I have been at MBK. I considered her a good friend that I could be honest with.” Cherie Doherty
“Courtney’s passing is an unbearable loss. Let’s not forget how precious life is.” Kelly Weber-Williams
“Your life is a blessing and your memory a treasure. You are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure.” Unknown
Thank you all for sharing your condolences and memories with the MBK family.
Her obituary and tribute wall can be found at the link below.
Courtney was 52 years young, healthy, and unvaccinated. She requested that we share her message; to take COVID-19 seriously, wear a mask, and get vaccinated. Please take the necessary precautions for your loved ones, co-workers, and the community at large.