Annie Lee Mansfield
October 23, 1925 -
August 16, 2019

Visitation

August 19, 2019
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Service 

August 20, 2019
10:00 AM

Interment

Obituary

Annie Lee Mansfield
October 23, 1925-August 16,2019

“Every nurse was drawn to nursing because of a desire to care, to serve, or to help.” —Christina Feist-Heilmeier, RN

Annie Mansfield grew up in Lincoln County, the daughter of a sharecropper  she worked in the fields picking cotton. She graduated from Flintville High School and attended Baroness Erlanger Hospital School of Nursing in Chattanooga graduating with a bachelor’s degree in 1948. She worked in Lincoln County Hospital after she returned to Fayetteville. She met her husband Bill while cruising the Fayetteville square in her Studebaker and they were married in 1951. While Bill was stationed in Korea, she lived with her in-laws, Zack and Eula. She was a devoted caregiver to her mother, mother and father-in-law and members of her family whenever they needed her nursing care. After she and Bill moved to Nashville, she worked at Baptist Hospital and in a private pediatric practice. She then worked for more than 25 years at American Red Cross. In addition to her career, she was a strong and loving mother.

Annie was the daughter of the late Sally and Herman Thompson. She is also preceded in death by her husband Bill Mansfield; her sisters, Ruby (Odie) Morgan, Sue Locke, Lucille (Tip) McClure, Pauline (Eddie) Simmons; her brothers, Raymond (Flora) Thompson, Joe Thompson and Frank Thompson, and her brothers and sisters by marriage, Leonard (Martha and Doris) Mansfield, Pauline (Bill) Norman, Louise (Joe) Simmons, Mildred Steelman, Ila Beavers, Lee Earl (Pauline) Mansfield, and Jack Mansfield.

Annie leaves behind two loving and devoted daughters and their husbands, Kathy and Larry Huggins and Kim and Jon Hoscheit; two grandsons, Matthew (Lily) Garner and Craig (Lindsay) Huggins; step grandchildren, Jon and Jennifer Hoscheit and James and Arika Hoscheit, Melanie and Duane Harris; 9 great grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephew; her brother Wayne “Red” Thompson and sister by marriage Onis (Paul) Goode.

The family wishes to thank her caregivers at NHC Cool Springs for their care for her in the past year.

The family asks that donations be made to the American Red Cross in her name in lieu of flowers. Make checks to: American Red Cross Nashville Chapter, 2201 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, TN 37203, In the memo line- In memory of Annie Mansfield. If easier to use credit card: www.americanredcross.org – Find the DONATE NOW button. If it asks where the money is to go—It is the BIOMED option.

Graveside funeral service for Mrs. Annie Lee Thompson Mansfield will be conducted at 10 AM on Tuesday, August 20, 2019, at Lincoln Cemetery with Bro. Eddie Graves officiating. Visitation with the family will be held at 5 PM until 8 PM on Monday, August 19, 2019, at Higgins Funeral Home.

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7 Comments

  1. Suzi Mansfield (Huber)

    To: Kathy and Kim
    Know your loss is great, but the love your Mother gave you will be in your heart forever.
    Sorry I’m unable to be there.
    Would love to give you both hugs. My prayers will be with you both.

    Reply
  2. Sylvia Williams

    What an amazing life – an amazing lady! All those years of service are a tribute to this devoted woman, and to her family. May she rest in peace.

    Reply
  3. Pamela Hoscheit

    I’m sorry Kim. Losing a parent is so painful, especially the last surviving one. Sending love and prayers to you and your family ❤️?❤️

    Reply
  4. Lilian Lawrence Wdowiak ( Lily’s mom)

    May Kathy and Kim and all the family find comfort in the knowledge Nana lived a long and productive life caring for many others.
    Thinking of you all and sending strength during this difficult time.

    Reply
  5. Ray Mansfield

    To Kathy and Kim—thinking about you and hoping you will remember and cherish all the good things your mom did for you.
    Will not be able to come , but you and your families will be in my thoughts.

    Reply
  6. Terrence Burns

    I cannot remember life without her and her family in it. My first “neighbors “. She was kind, straight forward and curious about the world. God Bless her.

    Reply
  7. Judy Strope

    Onis and families
    Prayers for all during this time.

    Reply

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7 Comments

  1. Suzi Mansfield (Huber)

    To: Kathy and Kim
    Know your loss is great, but the love your Mother gave you will be in your heart forever.
    Sorry I’m unable to be there.
    Would love to give you both hugs. My prayers will be with you both.

    Reply
  2. Sylvia Williams

    What an amazing life – an amazing lady! All those years of service are a tribute to this devoted woman, and to her family. May she rest in peace.

    Reply
  3. Pamela Hoscheit

    I’m sorry Kim. Losing a parent is so painful, especially the last surviving one. Sending love and prayers to you and your family ❤️?❤️

    Reply
  4. Lilian Lawrence Wdowiak ( Lily’s mom)

    May Kathy and Kim and all the family find comfort in the knowledge Nana lived a long and productive life caring for many others.
    Thinking of you all and sending strength during this difficult time.

    Reply
  5. Ray Mansfield

    To Kathy and Kim—thinking about you and hoping you will remember and cherish all the good things your mom did for you.
    Will not be able to come , but you and your families will be in my thoughts.

    Reply
  6. Terrence Burns

    I cannot remember life without her and her family in it. My first “neighbors “. She was kind, straight forward and curious about the world. God Bless her.

    Reply
  7. Judy Strope

    Onis and families
    Prayers for all during this time.

    Reply

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