Amos Edward Manning

March 11, 1932April 30, 2021

Amos Edward Manning, age 89, of Springboro, Ohio passed away on April 30, 2021 at his long-time home surrounded by his loved ones. Amos was born in Ironto, Virginia on March 11, 1932 to late Lala and James Manning. Amos was preceded in death by his loving wife of 66 years Virginia Evelyn, his grandchildren, Heather and Christopher; great-grandchildren, Jordan and Matthew; and his brother James Andrew. He is survived by his sister Dorothy(Harvey); son, Amos "Skip" Manning, Jr.; daughter, Kathy Blevins; daughter, Linda (Jeff) Robertson; son, Johnie Manning; grandchildren, Brent, Joel, Jonathan, Hayley, Dustin, and Allison; great-grandchildren, Lynnea, Alanna, Xavier, Aiden, Brooklyn, Izzy, Jacob, Addy, Keigan, Carter, Maybree, Ace, Luke, Charlotte, and Mavis; and great-great-granddaughter Lila Rose. He also leaves behind many other loved family, friends, and church members who will miss him dearly.

He was a family patriarch, spiritual leader, devoted husband, father, grandfather, brother and son. Amos had a full life including service to his country in the Marine Corp, a devoted career at NCR, many interests and hobbies spanning from fishing to gardening and art. Amos had a special relationship to his brothers and sisters in Christ, and enjoyed serving at Springboro Baptist Church for many years in various capacities. We will all miss that friendly smile that he wore to greet friends and family, and sharing that infectious laugh around the ones he loved

Funeral Services are 10am Friday May 14, 2021 at the Springboro Baptist Church 125 W. Mill St Springboro, OH with Pastor Cornelious Hancock officiating. Burial will be in Springboro Cemetery with full military honors. Visitation will be Thursday 5-7pm at the Anderson Funeral Home 1357 E. 2nd St Franklin, OH.


13 May


5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Anderson Funeral Home

1357 East Second Street
Franklin, OH

14 May

Funeral Service

10:00 am

Springboro Baptist Church

125 West Mill SDtreet
Springboro, OH


Amos Edward Manning

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May 4, 2021

Dad taught me many things, one of the favorite things was to go fishing. He was my hero, and will be greatly missed. Heaven gained a great angel, as he and mom are re-united..

Johnie Manning

May 3, 2021

When I was a child in the 60s I watched my dad enjoy many hobbies. To name a very few he love developing in his dark room. Some of his work done for the sports program at Springboro high school. He was a master at carpentry. The gun case he made for my grandfather was just one example. He made a hunting knife for his father out of a car spring. Case could not have made a better knife. He custom painted cars and motorcycles that were spectacular. He had a genius IQ. The best thing he ever done was putting Jesus in our lives. I'm so proud to be his son.


May 3, 2021

Dad was a great man. He will forever live thru the hearts of many. He was a great "teacher, a very compassionate man...I have so many memories of dad, as he taught me many things. Fishing and enjoying his family wAs just a couple of the many memories of him, We love you, Dad...

Cj Carver

May 3, 2021

Growing up as neighbors to the Mannings on Bunnell Hill Rd, I had a second set of parents. Actually the entire neighborhood was one big family. In 2017 when Evelyn left us, I was deeply saddened. Now to lose Amos, what a loss indeed, for those of us still here on earth. God speed until we meet again.