In Memory

Dana Suzanne Mansfield (Hall)

Dana Suzanne Mansfield (Hall)

Born:  8 February, 1951

Died:  16 October, 2016

Winston-Salem Feb 8, 1951 - Oct 16, 2016 Dana Mansfield Hall, 65, of the Ardmore community, is in the arms of her Lord and Savior. She was united with her family in heaven on Sunday, Oct 16, 2016. She was born in Forsyth County on Feb 8, 1951. She was the daughter of the late Robert E Mansfield and the late Elaine Huls Mansfield. Preceding her in death was her husband, William G. Hall. She is survived by her son, Christopher Wayne Martin; brothers, Tony E Mansfield, Kenneth L. Mansfield; her sister, Marty Mansfield Durham; and her brother-in-law, Randy Durham. Also surviving are her nephews, her niece, along with great nieces and nephews. Dana grew up in the Sedge Garden area and graduated from East Forsyth. She was a valued retiree from the Davidson County Tax department. She attended the Summit Church in Kernersville. She was known as a talented artisan, beloved sister, and friend. She was the happiest as long as she was creating something beautiful, or caring for her family and friends. If Dana called you friend you knew you had a friend indeed. Memorial to be held at Hayworth-Miller, Silas Creek Pkwy, Sat., Nov 12 at 2 PM.

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10/28/16 05:25 AM #1    

William A Long, Jr (Class Of '70)

My condolence sent to family of Dana. I remember her well from school days. She was always smiling and happy, kind to others and a very friendly & happy person. It is so sad to see another classmate depart us. May God supply Angels to surround family and friends, comfort and assist, help in anyway to get through times of healing and grief. God bless. Rest in peace dear classmate.

10/28/16 08:33 AM #2    

Glenda Ann Carlyle (Eller)

Sorry to hear about Dana.  I remember her well and she was always the one with a smile and giggle.  I pray for strength and peace for her family.

10/28/16 09:05 AM #3    

Joan Victoria Rothrock (Wall)

I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Dana. She was a unique person who was a great friend. We had some good times. She was my sister-in-law and we still continued to be friends. I pray for Tony, Kenny and Marty. I have so many memories with the family and I know their hearts are broken. May God wrap you up in his arms and give you his love and strength. RIP Dana Suzy. I love you. 

10/28/16 09:16 AM #4    

Judith Carol Holleman (Bovender)

Oh my, just heard the news about Dana Suzie.  We were great friends in high school, rode to school together, and hung out with the same Linville Road crowd (her brothers, Tony and Kenny, Nancy Langham, Bobby Gardner.)  After high school, she lived above me in an apartment in Winston. She always was full of energy, and had an enormous personality in that tiny little body!!  Sincere condolences to her family.  I know she will be missed.

10/28/16 09:58 AM #5    

Carolyn Denise Sapp (Driver)

My sincerest sympathy to the family of Dana.  I remember her as a dynamic young woman full of joy and life.  Peace be with you all.

10/28/16 10:54 AM #6    

Deborah Yvonne Miller (Pomponio)

My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Dana. Debbie

10/28/16 01:03 PM #7    

Robert Blair Gardner

Today is a very sad day for me, hearing the news about Dana. She has always had a very special place in my heart. I will miss that wonderfil smile, and energy she always had. My Prayers and thoughts are with her family especially with Tony and Kenny. Love ya Dana suzie!!!

Bobby Gardner


10/28/16 04:50 PM #8    

Gayle Patterson (Cook)

So very sorry to hear about Dana! She was a sweet girl and a great friend. Sincere condolences to her family.

10/29/16 07:39 AM #9    

Donna Leigh Angel (McDaniel)

So very sorry to hear about Dana.  She had such a great personality and was full of life.  My sincere condolences to her family. 

10/30/16 07:55 AM #10    

Donna Ruth West (Purcell)

Sorry for your loss.  Did not know her personally.  Alot of us from the Walkertown area did not get to know those from Kernersville and Glenn Area.  I'm sure she will be remembered.

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