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Codi Clemmons grew up in the saddle trail riding and entertaining crowds as a member of her family’s mounted drill team. She competed in the Alabama Junior Rodeo Association riding steers, barrel racing and cowboy mounted shooting. Codi’s love for animals was evident in all aspects of her life. She showed cows and chickens with 4-H and FFA. She worked at Carr Farms, LLC as a bookkeeper for the farm and cowboys.
Codi attended Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama, where she was a member of the SHC collegiate cheer team, cadet in Air Force ROTC, a residential advisor and much more. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism on May 6, 2023. While attending SHC, Codi was very involved with the community including completing a 108-hour internship at WKRG News 5 and earning a scholarship where she received over 10 hours of flight time in the cockpit of a Piper Cub aircraft.
Codi served as a USS Alabama Crewmate from 2021-2022 where she was an ambassador for Battleship Memorial Park. She expanded her knowledge of the world by attending a study abroad program in Bologna, Italy where she worked in a soup kitchen. Her faith called her to a mission trip in Belize where she helped build a house for a family. She volunteered in the community with Alabama Coastal Clean-up, Project Homeless Connect, the Montgomery Zoo and Geneva County Sheriff’s Mounted Posse. Her love for country brought her to join the U.S. Air Force, commissioning as a Lt on May 12, 2023, and moving to Eielson Air Force Base Alaska to serve as a Public Affairs Officer. Codi graduated from the Public Affairs & Communications Strategy Qualification Course on December 14, 2023.
Codi’s hobbies include open water scuba diving, photography, sewing, riding horses, teaching cheer, playing the keyboard, journaling, camping, kayaking, painting, hiking, fishing, traveling, polar plunging, dog sledding and chasing the northern lights. Sports: Cheerleading, soccer, and rodeo.
She continues to serve her community by volunteering with the local 4-H club in North Pole and teaching youth cheer at Eielson AFB.

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