OBITUARY

Amanda Renae Manning

September 17, 1980August 13, 2019

Services for Amanda Renae Manning, 38, of Canton, will be held 10 am Saturday, August 17, 2019, at the Eubank Funeral Chapel with Bro. Matthew Butler officiating. Interment will be in Haven of Memories Memorial Park in Canton.

Amanda was born September 17, 1980 in Garland. She grew up in Kaufman, TX where she attended school until the 10th grade. Amanda was involved in Softball, Cheerleading, Drill Team and was very Artistic. She then moved to Cunningham, TX and graduated from Prairieland High School in 1999. After graduation Amanda moved back to Kaufman. She married Cody Manning on August 12, 2005. They lived in Kaufman, where she worked for Kyser Musical Products for a couple of years. Amanda attended Dental Assistant School, where she graduated in the top 5 of her class, then went to work for Gateway Dental. Cody and Amanda bought their Dream Home in Canton which they moved into in 2013. Amanda enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, riding motorcycles, camping, trout fishing, gardening, and cooking. Amanda passed away peacefully in her sleep at her home in Canton, on August 13, 2019.

Amanda is survived by her husband, Cody Manning; children: Laramie Duke, Kassidi Manning, Kodi Manning Hill, and Kaci Manning Hodges; granddaughter, Hunter Ray Manning; mother, Paula Renae Mayfield and her husband, Hoss; father, Mike Duke; sisters: Suzie Stewart, Andrea Davis and Amy Meyers; and brother, Omar Duran.

Family will receive friends 6-8 pm Friday at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, Amanda wishes for those that are compelled to donate to www.benefitridersofeasttexas.com.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, August 16, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, August 17, 2019

Memories

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Suzie Stewart

August 17, 2019

I don’t know where to start... We were more than best friends, we became sisters. No matter what we did or where we were, we always enjoyed each other’s company. She loved whole heartedly when she loved you! She is missed more than words can explain and left a void that will never be filled. I love you Amanda, forever and always and I don’t know what I will do without you!! 💜💜

Donna Wasson

August 16, 2019

I didn't know Amanda well, I worked with her for a short time. I knew people that knew her and she knew people that knew me. But I have a very strong memory about Amanda and that was of her smile. When she smiled , she smiled with her whole face, eyebrows, eyes, lips, everything. And you had to smile if you saw her smile. I hope somebody has a memory that nice about me when I go. ❤

Stacey Davis

August 16, 2019

I have many memories of Amanda. The long talks we had where we would laugh so hard we couldn’t breathe and sometimes we cried. I’ll remember the concerts we went to and all the trips we made together. The secrets we shared and promised to keep. I’ll will remember her smile and kind heart. I miss my friend/my sister. You will always have a place in my heart.

Melinda Bennett

August 15, 2019

I have lots of fun memories with you. I have to say what I will miss and remember most is your beautiful smile, and kind heart. We had lots of talks and one thing was for sure, you LOVED your family! You had a way of making people feel like they mattered and I thank you for that.
You smiling, laughing, and your kind heart that’s what I will miss and remember. I’m thankful that you were apart in my life❤️

Dalhia (Whitley) Bryan

August 14, 2019

Amanda was a precious young lady. Her smile would light up a room for sure. I have many awesome memories of her & I thank God that He caused our paths to cross. I’m so sorry for her family, friends, & all who knew & loved Amanda. May God comfort you all.

Sheila Browning

August 14, 2019

Our dear sister we will miss you fiercely! I remember our Jefferson trip and you wearing the beautiful sparkly hat and scarf. I admired your beauty and was just in awe of you and I’m glad I captured the moment in the form of a photo. I will always remember our PJ and 80’s New Year’s Eve party at your house. What fun we had! I will always remember our Mammoth Springs trip and floating lazily down the river and just enjoying the moment. I will always remember your tenacity, strength and your beautiful smile. You will always be our angel sister and we will remember you often and lovingly. Ride free sweet friend and sister. We love you.

Gwen Furrh

August 14, 2019

I have many fond memories. My favorite is when we talked about marriage and you would tell me funny stories about when you and Cody were newlyweds. We would laugh so hard. I love you sister. I will miss your smile.

David Byrne

August 14, 2019

Are motorcycle rides with you and Cody ... you smiling... taking pictures and always in a good mood... you will be missed... till we ride again love ya.... RIP

Jerelyn Warren

August 13, 2019

I remember sitting up just talking until who knows what time. Getting the shop ready for the 1st New Years with y’all. It was cold & snowing. But, we just kept chattering. We miss you sister. But, we shall forever have you in our hearts.

Jacque Williams

August 13, 2019

My greatest memory of you is when we all went to Hardy and floated down the river. We were all carefree and happy. We will miss your sweet heart and your beautiful smile. We will ride together again one day.

FROM THE FAMILY
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High School Prom 1999

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Caddo River Float, AR

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Jefferson haunted tour trip

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Shreveport Mardi gras

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Mammoth springs float trip

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Mammoth springs float trip

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Mammoth springs float trip

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Going to to Freddy’s for lunch

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Trout fishing at Mammoth springs