ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Marian Oliven Mansfield 85 years old , born on December 2, 1923 and passed away on October 5, 2009. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Tony Lucas on December 2, 2013
Happy Birthday auntie, I really miss the times we spent together talking about things, I miss all the life experience advice you used to give me..make sure granny doesn't drink too much Cada and say hi to Uncle Garfield for me...

Much Love Tony
Posted by Tony Lucas on October 5, 2012
Auntie
      You may not be with us anymore but your legacy still lives on, I can still remember all the times that I sat and talked to you and you made me feel so loved I thank you for that and just to let you know that you will never be forgotten...Love and miss you.
Posted by Sandra Brumsey on February 8, 2012
My Grandmother.......The Memories....The Memories.....The Memories....Well Where Do I Began....I Spent So Much Time With You And My Grandfather.....And As Tony Said In His Previous Message.....I So Loved Going To The Hall To The Dances With You When I Was Not Old Enough.....And You Would Buy Me Some Treats To Enjoy At the Dance....I Still Look For You On Sundays At Mom's When I'm Down.
Posted by Sandra Brumsey on February 8, 2012
I Still Think Your Coming To Visit My Mom Every Sunday.....I Would Always Wait Until You Came Down To See You Before I Would Head Back To Halifax.....I Miss Coming Up Early Saturday Morning Like 7:00 And Enjoying Our Time Together Early Mornings.....I So Miss That....You Were The Best Grandmother EVER....MISS YOU SO MUCH....XOXOXOXOXOXO
Posted by Tony Lucas on February 5, 2012
Aunt Marion, I know some people know how much you had done for me and all the time I spent up there, my Home away from Home, I think about you all the time, I miss the days of going to the Hall with you even though I was too young to be there or the many Sunday dinners I had at your house, THE BEST BISCUTS EVER!!! Auntie you are and always will be one of the people who I look up to..LUV U
Posted by Herbie Mansfiled on February 5, 2012
I realy don't know where to begin here because there is just so much to say about how great a person my nan is & always will be, I remember all the times she was there for me when I was down & out just being able to get her letters & read all the nice things she always had to share with me. I will not ever forget how much you really mean to us all & we will love you forever & ever AMEN....
Posted by Phyllis Byard on February 4, 2012
One of the world's greatest grandmother's.She was such a wonderful woman.The memories of her will always be with me.Love and miss her so much.
Posted by Ruby Mansfield on February 4, 2012
My mom was my mother, best friend and one caring woman for her children and grand children, she was always there for all of us and more. Mom i think of you every day and i know your in heaven with your sisters, brothers, sons and daughter, and your sister inlaws, i love you and miss you so much it still hurts. R.I.P. my angle

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Posted by Tony Lucas on December 2, 2013
Happy Birthday auntie, I really miss the times we spent together talking about things, I miss all the life experience advice you used to give me..make sure granny doesn't drink too much Cada and say hi to Uncle Garfield for me...

Much Love Tony
Posted by Tony Lucas on October 5, 2012
Auntie
      You may not be with us anymore but your legacy still lives on, I can still remember all the times that I sat and talked to you and you made me feel so loved I thank you for that and just to let you know that you will never be forgotten...Love and miss you.
Posted by Sandra Brumsey on February 8, 2012
My Grandmother.......The Memories....The Memories.....The Memories....Well Where Do I Began....I Spent So Much Time With You And My Grandfather.....And As Tony Said In His Previous Message.....I So Loved Going To The Hall To The Dances With You When I Was Not Old Enough.....And You Would Buy Me Some Treats To Enjoy At the Dance....I Still Look For You On Sundays At Mom's When I'm Down.
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Shared by Phyllis Byard on February 6, 2012

As a young girl,who spend a lot of time in my nan's home,where it was always warm and cozy.I remember there was a chair beside the wood stove,that gave so much warmth,after coming in from a cold winter day.She would sit in her chair,where she would knit,mittens,hats,socks.Oh how she loved her view from the window.She was so sweet.I can remember the time when she would have her dance's at the hall,i think i was a bit older then my sister Sandra,when i would attend them.She would enjoy laughing with the genaration of people that were there.We would go home,and have laughs of the events of the night.Sunday now would come,she would put her time in with my mother,her daughter,where they enjoyed each other's company.Then around 4-5 o:clock would come  she would head home for supper.Her homemade beans and biscuits were to die for,they were the best.Roland,my uncle would always say,look having another biscuit ain't yea,it was never a dill moment when he was around,it was all in good times.Ruby and i would maybe head off down the road for a bit,nan would give us a time to return home for the night,as school would be the next day.Roland would always say to her,"go sit down Marian",or "what for supper today Marian".I think she loved that about him,because she would tell him, "go sit down mom", and she would laugh.Her home was so welcoming to anyone who came to visit.I know she is gone now,but my thoughts and memories of her,i will always treasure.In time we will met again