Fleta Euella Mansfield

March 20, 1922June 20, 2020

Fleta Euella Mansfield “Nani” was born March 20, 1922, the first day of spring, in Hamburg, Arkansas. Passed June 20, 2020, the first day of summer. She was preceded in death by her husband Joddie Raymond Mansfield; mother Nezzie Lee Ervin; father John Jordan; stepfather Carl Ervin; brothers Bernard Jordan, Leslie (Doris) Jordan; half-brothers Marvin Ervin, and Carl (Harriett) Ervin; step-sister Mary Kessler. Euella is survived by her daughters Fleta Joann Hagan Fry, and Patricia Gail (Abel) Manzanares; grandchildren Michael Dean (Karen) Hagan, Todd Houston (Patty) Hagan, Phillip Gregory Hagan, and Leslie Jonelle Klausing; great grandchildren, George Phillip Klausing, Tabor Gail Klausing, Jabey Newman Klausing, Blake Hagan, Laurel Hagan, and Leo Hagan; she is also survived by one great-great granddaughter Avery Jane Klausing. Euella “Nani” was a woman who exemplified the love of family! Every member was the recipient of her unconditional love and support. She had a strong faith in her Lord that she shared with her family. Dignity, strictness, gentility, and a great sense of humor characterized this beautiful lady! How fortunate we all were to have her in our lives!! How fortunate Heaven will be!! Due to COVID-19 restrictions, a private funeral with family is planned at Imperial Funeral Home with inurnment to take place at Imperial Memorial Gardens.


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Janice Mach

June 25, 2020

Everything my sister, Ronna said is true. I can’t think of Aunt Euella without remembering those apple plates and the NBC peacock in color. Picnics in the mountains were a fun time.
She will be missed. Even far away, she was always there for us. She was loving, kind and strong. There is comfort in knowing that she has left behind two wonderful daughters that will pass along these traits.
RIP Aunt Euella.

Betty Mansfield

June 24, 2020

Patsy, and Joann, How I loved your mom. So Glad the Lord has finally taken her home. Abel was such a good son-in-law to her. She was loved so much and did have a great sense of humor and my how she loved and knew the lord as her Savior which makes us all happy. we will see her again and we will all be in our better form and then no more sickness, forgetfulness etc. She will be greatly missed, but not forgotten because she left great impressions for us to follow and remember. She had a wonderful caring family in all of you, so she was blessed.May the Lord fill you with His unfailing love as you remember all the wonderful memories of your beloved mother God gave you. Betty McHodgkins

Kristen Johnston

June 23, 2020

My love and support to Mrs Mansfield’s family! She has been part of my life since I was a very little girl. Memories of going to her house with Leslie and being spoiled rotten are forever in my heart! 💜

Jack Vance

June 23, 2020

Remember her well,great lady RIP

Ronna Whalen

June 22, 2020

What wonderful memories I have of summer visit to my Aunt Euella’s house! I loved the yummy food, served on her desert rose dishes. All of the relatives would gather and she graciously fed and entertained us all. Everyone felt welcome. She owned the first color tv I had ever seen. Aunt Euella, you were such a powerful force in the family! What an exemplary life! You will be missed.
Ronna Lee Whalen