Connor Ronald Mangseth

January 2, 2002July 23, 2020

Connor Ronald Mangseth was born on January 2, 2002 and passed away on July 23, 2020 and is under the care of Eternal Hills Memorial Park, Mortuary and Crematory.

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Janet Williams

August 3, 2020

My sincerest condolences. I have thought of you often since I read the news. My heart goes out to your family.

Judy Pawson

August 2, 2020

My heart hurts for the the loss of Connor. It always made my day when we met for lunch as he had me laughing in no time. He was a special young man and I enjoyed every minute I was blessed to spend with him. I will never forget his big smile and loving personality. I loved that boy and will miss him. I can't find the words to express my deep sorrow for Ron, Maureen and girls. Prayers and love to you.

Kurt Mangseth

August 2, 2020

The most time I was able to spend time with Conner was at deer camp. He took me to a stand and a few hours later I was successful at harvesting a nice doe. Apparently he heard the shot and hurried to my stand only to find me field dressing my game. That episode didn’t mean much to me at the time but now it’s a a burning memory etched into my mind that will last forever. Until we meet again God bless you Conner.

Sherie Turner (Mangseth)

August 2, 2020

My brother....My heart breaks for you, Maureen, Samantha and Sabrina. I have absolutely no words and cannot imagine the pain and grief you are going through. Connor was an amazing young man and I wish we had taken more trips out or that I would've not let work get in the way of seeing you when you came home for hunting. Connor was so much like you.... His humor, sarcasm, wit and kindness and of course, his looks. I know he would've been an amazing man, just like you! I love you all!
Your loving sister

Angela Bates

August 1, 2020

Maureen, I don't have words for you and Ron; this stunning news has us all devastated and heartbroken. We are thinking of you and your beautiful family and pray that God lays His hand on you to give you strength, comfort and peace. We are so incredibly sorry for your loss.
Angela, Gabriella and Mark Bates MD

Kathleen Messer

July 31, 2020

There are simply no words that can bring comfort at this most difficult time. You have been in my thoughts and prayers since receiving the gut wrenching news. Hold each other close...
With deepest sympathy,
Kathy (Sturdy)

Steve & Susie Lee

July 31, 2020

Connor’s amazing heart of Love, his joy-filled giving soul and his loving presence, his zest for life and the sharing of his mind and body with so many that will forever impact us all and never be forgotten ... Lives forever in our hearts. Connor our special Angel. We miss you.

Nancy Sandfeld

July 30, 2020

We want to send our condolences to the Mangseth family. You are all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. I hope you feel the power of God’s love and His presence in your lives. May Connor rest in peace and forever be your angel in heaven. We will forever cherish the memories we have of Connor and your family back in San Elijo.
~The Sandfeld Family Ken, Nancy, Hannah, Emilie and Lukas

Hunter Tico

July 30, 2020

Connor had an old soul. He was a real inspiration for me to look past what was on the outside of the people we meet and to judge people based on character and nothing else. He was always a respectable person since I met him in high school. He’s always going to be a one of a kind person and live with us through body and soul. His love for old school R & B and hip-hop was a real connector and will never leave me. Wheels up forever, love you man <3

Brad Smith

July 29, 2020

I’ve known of Connor since early middle school, and it wasn’t until recently I started to get to know him better. The past few months with Connor have been very memorable, as I helped him and a couple of other friends build a freestyle jump. I will never forget how determined Connor was to finish the jump, he was always pushing us to do our best and work our hardest. He was a true leader by heart, and had a one of a kind sense of humor I’ve never seen in anyone else. I’ll miss his laugh and goofy personality the most. I love you Conman, I hope to see you in another life❤️