On Friday, May 1, 2020, Floyd Lee Mann, age 69, after a two year battle with cancer, left his home in Saxapahaw to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, for all eternity. He is in the presence of God and enjoying the bountiful benefits of Heaven.
Lee was born in Alamance County, on January 8, 1951, to Floyd Lillington Mann and Phoebe Jane McPherson Mann, who preceded him in death. For 46 years Lee was the husband of Nancy Mangun Mann, who survives. He is also survived by his six children; Pamela Aquino (Javier), Anita Perez (Jorge), Tommy Mann (Katie), Dorcas Garcia (Jorge), Hannah Embler (Gary), and Joanna Mann. He leaves behind three siblings; Jean Deaton (Robert), Becky Foust (Jeff), and Paul Mann (Pam). Lee had 18 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren.
Lee was loved by everyone who met him. A place that was very close to his heart was Saxapahaw. Another place he loved was Bible Wesleyan Church where he was a charter member. He was also the inspiration for the opening of the Bible Wesleyan Christian School.
Lee died the way he lived- a holy, Godly man. His Christian influence was felt by all he met. His God-anointed singing blessed many souls down through the years.
Mr. Mann will be available for viewing beginning Monday, May 4, at 9:00 AM at the Rich and Thompson Funeral Home in Graham. He will remain at the funeral home until 11:30 AM on Tuesday.
The family will hold a Celebration of Mr. Mann’s life beginning at 2:00 PM at Bible Wesleyan Church. They will be at the home at other times.
Rich and Thompson Funeral Service in Graham is assisting the Mann family.
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