Frederick 'Fred' Mann II

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Frederick 'Fred' Mann II

October 20, 1954 - January 08, 2019

Frederick 'Fred' Mann II Frederick "Fred" Franklin Mann II, 64 passed away on January 8, 2019, at Hospice House of Yadkin, in Yadkinville, NC.
Born on October 20, 1954, in Beckley, WV, to the late Frederick Franklin Mann and Carrie Eileen Smith Mann.
He graduated from Shady Spring High School. He worked at Sundown Stables in his earlier years as a trail guide. Fred had a passion for horses. He loved to share his horse stories with anyone who would listen, and he could ride!
Later in life Fred served as a detention officer for the Forsyth County Sheriff's Department, in W.S., NC.
Survivors are from his first marriage, Melanie Elizabeth Mann Bonham, of Statesville, NC and Frederick Franklin Mann III (Christina) of Boonville, NC. He has four granddaughters, Amanda Hicks Quesenberry (Matthew), Samantha Mann O'Neal (Nicolas), Brianna Mann Alderman (Matthew), and Mary Nicholas. Three grandsons, Caleb, Carson, and Brody Mann. He has a total of eight great grandchildren from his first two children and the ninth is due any day now. His second wife, Beth Miller, his third child Kaitlin Mann, and one stepdaughter Hannah Beck, and five grandchildren from his second marriage. Also surviving are one brother, Rodney (Debbie) Smith of Bristol, TN and four sisters, Rosemary (John, "Bunky") Richmond, Sue (Freddy) Lilly, Margaret (Randy) Vandall, and Nancy (Jim) Ellison, all of Shady Spring, WV.
He was preceded in death by two brothers. George (Helen) Mann, and Roger (Dreama) Smith and one sister Elizabeth Rakes. Fred has many very special nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews.
Published on January 11, 2019
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The Rivers Family
Jan 14, 2019
Our sincere condolences to the family. When our loved ones fall asleep in death, words alone cannot ease the pain of our loss. The Bible helps us to deal with our grief (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4). We can also find hope from Jesus words at John 5:28, 29 “The hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.” I hope these scripture bring comfort and calmness of heart to you during the difficult days ahead. To learn more about this promise please visit our website: jw.org and view the comforting video; What is the Condition of the Dead?
Your Shame
Jan 13, 2019
It is a shame Fred has passed away and a second notice was posed. A life should not be used in this manner.