Frances Cox Mancuso, 96, passed away Saturday morning surrounded by family. She was the daughter of the late Albert and Arabella Nash Cox. Frances served with the American Red Cross during World War II in both the US and in Japan, was lifelong member of the Colonial Dames and a longtime member of St. Stephens Episcopal Church.
Services will be held at a later date.
Frances is survived by her daughters, Jaquelin Nash Swindell and husband, Ed; Gray Mancuso Eason and husband, Terry; a son, William Pembroke Mancuso; her grandchildren, Will Eason, Chrissy Eason, Annie Gray Wituk and husband, Jeff, Todd C. Mars and wife, Anita, Ruffin Mancuso, Wood Mancuso, Ann Wallis Mancuso; and two great grandchildren, Aidan Coakley and Ryder Wituk.
In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be given to your favorite charity.
Shumate-Faulk Funeral Home is serving the Mancuso family and online condolences may be directed to www.shumate-faulk.com
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I feel very blessed to have shared many wonderful festive times with Mrs. Frances. She was a wonderful friend a great spirit to share many good beach times and gatherings. She loved and laughed in a very special way. My family will always cherish being included in her family and all the fun times. Thank you Mrs. Frances.
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Sorry for your loss.
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Always a smile on her face when she came to visit at Etc... A wonderful, loving, fun woman!
Submitted by Donna Hardy on Jan 16 2018 11:03:04 AM
I am so sorry for the passing of Mrs. Mancuso. My prayers go out to the Mancuso family. My she be remembered for all she has done for her family, friends, and her suport for all the help she has provided to all the needy people. RIP Mrs. Mancuso!
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Aunt Frances was always my FAVORITE Aunt! She exuded love, warmth, respect, and humor. She always smiled. She always understood. She always laughed. She always had spirit. O’Neill forever hear her wonderful southern voice. I will miss calling just to listen to her say anything. That she was the only dog loving Aunt was icing on the cake! Thank you, Aunt Framces, for my wonderful childhood memories.
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