Laura Ann (Weaver) Manson was a loving and caring wife, mother, Nannie, sister, and friend. She went on to be with the Lord on Saturday, October 21st, 2023.
Ann was born on December 29th, 1952 to Orland and Merle Weaver. She lived in Vilonia, Arkansas her entire adult life. She loved spending time in the Kitchen, cooking her favorite recipes, sharing her favorite holidays (Thanksgiving and Christmas) and food with her family. Ann was an avid animal advocate, taking care of several animals through the years. Her animals were truly her babies and she took such pride in them. She was also a lover of sports, cheering on the St. Louis Cardinals and the Arkansas Razorbacks whenever there was a game on.
Ann was a faithful and loving follower of the Lord, embodying the essence of the fruits of the Spirit in every aspect of her life. She was a beautiful, kind, caring, patient, gentle, and generous soul and loved her family and friends dearly.
Ann is survived by her husband, Harold Manson, of 29 years; her children, Lisa (Michael) Kivlehen, Jody (Kelly) Lawrence, Scotty (Amy) Lawrence, and Lindsay Lawrence; her grandchildren, Dustin Reeves, Austin (Haleigh) Hightower, Michael Devin (Rachael) Kivlehen, Katy Lawrence, Andrue, Leah, Ashton, Talyn Lawrence, Tristyn, Abby, Tyson; great grandchildren, Paisley and Carson Hightower, Waylon Kivlehen; her brother, Steve (Vickie) Weaver and their children, Stacy (Michael) Allen and Dereck (Elle) Weaver.
Our family would like to say a special thank you to the doctors at Arkansas Heart Hospital Clinic in Conway, Arkansas for taking care of our mom the past few years and another big thank you to Vilonia Animal Clinic for providing top notch care to her fur babies.
Ann’s Memorial service and Celebration of Life will be on Friday, October 27th at Landmark Baptist Church in Vilonia. Visitation will be begin at 12 p.m. and the memorial service will follow at 1 p.m.
“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest:
-Matthew 11:28 (NIV)
In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Faulkner County Humane Society in memory of our mom.