Vivian Mann

Born: Thu., Mar. 29, 1934
Died: Wed., Aug. 24, 2016


9:30 AM to 10:30 AM, Fri., Aug. 26, 2016
Location: McCommons Funeral Home

Graveside Service

11:00 AM Fri., Aug. 26, 2016
Location: Bethany Presbyterian Church Cemetery

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Annie Vivian Mann

Annie Vivian Mann of Greensboro, GA, died Wednesday, August 24, 2016 at home surrounded by her loving family.  She was 82.  A lifelong resident of Greene County, she was born on March 29, 1934 to the late Arthur Willie Mann and Annie Lou Wagnon Mann.  She attended school in Siloam through the seventh grade and graduated from Greensboro High School.  After high school she worked for B P Lunceford in Union Point, and the Casual Shop in Greensboro.  Vivian retired as manager for Marrett’s in Greensboro after twenty-eight years.  She was a member of Bethany Presbyterian Church  in Siloam, but also enjoyed attending Progressive Sunday School Class at the First Baptist Church of Union Point. Going to church and participating in church activities, visiting her friends and taking care of her family were some of her many interests.

She is survived by her nephew Chris Mann (Rhonda) of Greensboro, GA; niece Marie Lashley of Greensboro, GA; several great nieces and nephews; and numerous friends.  In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother, Alan Mann and a nephew, James Mann.

Graveside Services will be held, Friday, August 26, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. at Bethany Presbyterian Church Cemetery, 2999 Bethany Church Road, Greensboro, GA 30642 with Rev. Wayne Usry officiating.  The family will receive friends Friday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at McCommons Funeral Home.  McCommons Funeral Home, 109 W. Broad St., Greensboro, GA, (706) 453-2626, is in charge of arrangements. Visit us at to sign the online guest register.


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Elaine Cantrell
   Posted Wed August 24, 2016
Deepest sympathy in the loss of your loved one. Vivian was such a sweet lady and never met a stranger.
Elaine Cantrell

Betty O. Jordan
   Posted Wed August 24, 2016
With deepest sympathy to all of the family.

Martha Corry Thomas
   Posted Wed August 24, 2016
Prayers to the family. Vivian and I were in school together.

Dave Wells
   Posted Thu August 25, 2016
Chris I am sorry to hear about your aunt. I use to see and talk to her when I would go buy clothes in Marrett's.

Gail & Gene Lindsey
   Posted Thu August 25, 2016
Dear Chris, Rhonda and Marie,

Thank you so much for the love and care you gave Vivian over the years, particularly during the past few years. We loved her and really missed her when she was no longer to attend Sunday School and Worship services at First Baptist in Union Point. She was a faithful member of the Progressive Sunday School class for many years where she served as secretary of our class. May God bless you all.

Nancy & Larry Eley & Family
   Posted Thu August 25, 2016
Chris, Vivian will certainly be missed by her family and you were wonderful to live close to her all these years. You were such a help to her in many ways and she loved you so much.
She will be missed and it had been a long time since I had seen her. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.

Larry & Nancy Eley & Family

Bill Wagnon
   Posted Thu August 25, 2016
In my childhood memories of Wagnon family gatherings, I remember "Aunt Vivian" as sweet, generous and cheerful, always ready to find good humor in life. May she rest in peace. My deepest condolences to those who loved her.

--Bill Wagnon (son of Wayne and Estelle)

Robert and Annette Dowdy
   Posted Thu August 25, 2016
Our deepest sympathy to the family, so sorry for your loss.

Georgia Davenport
   Posted Sat September 10, 2016
Me and Vivian began writing to each other when we were teenagers. We were fortunate enough to meet twice in our lifetime. I sure miss her letters. Forever in my heart.

Georgia Davenport, Columbus, OH.