Molly-Mansfield-Obituary

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Molly Kaye Mansfield

Portland, Oregon

Apr 30, 1973 – Feb 2, 2017

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BORN
April 30, 1973
DIED
February 2, 2017
LOCATION
Portland, Oregon

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Pegg, Paxson & Springer Funeral Chapel Obituary

Arrangements under the direction of Pegg, Paxson & Springer Funeral Chapel, Beaverton, OR.

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Have many memories of class together exchanging notes and wearing our Maui Yacth Club sweatshirts. I remember A popular beautiful middle school friend. Peace be with you. Katy Tursi Wilebski

So sad to hear you lost your Molly. Know I am thinking of you. Warmest wishes. Joanie

During the last 7 years, I had the amazing opportunity to work with Molly. Admittedly, we spent most of our "business" calls talking about everything, but business. Molly offered a helping hand whenever she saw an opportunity, which was frequently. Selfless is a great word to describe her. She was a friend and a lasting inspiration of positivity and joy. Molly, YOU WILL BE MISSED.

Charlie & George,

Thank you, for giving all of us an opportunity, to know & deal, with such Stunning Human Being! Much Love to all that is Mansfield Family & Folk!

Always,
Falco

We hadn't seen each other in many years, which I will always regret, but you always had a special place in my heart Molly Mansfield. I thought about you many times. You were my first best friend and girl friend of sorts when we were just kiddos. I think I was in love with you at age 5. You were the most beautiful creature I had ever seen. I have very fond memories of us playing outside. We always seemed to get our clothes dirty, as you were such the Tomboy. I'm not sure if a lot of...

THE Molly Mansfield. That is how I remember her in high school. That is how I introduced myself to her last summer "You are THE Molly Mansfield, I'm Anne" and she got a kick out of that. She was so down to earth and amazing. I don't know how someone that you barely know can leave a hole when they go but Molly did in me. We would have had a blast at the Duck and Timbers games this year. Losses like this don't make sense.

My heart-felt condolences to parents George and Mrs Mansfield and brothers Mark and Mike, and to Toby Harris. My recollections are of the cutest young girl hanging around the Jackson Babe Ruth games of the Mansfield Insurance & Bonds team running around & rooting on her dad and brothers, only to see her later become a stunning vivacious and popular young lady at Wilson High School and well beyond. My sister Gabe, and a mutual family friend of the Mansfields, Joseph Suppes all send our...

I volunteered with Molly at Animal Aid and we became friends. She was always fun to work around and a sweet,sweet person. I am SO very sad.

Dear Miss Molly... WHAT A GREAT TIME... talking to you is always like feeling a fresh summer wind! You are joyous, fun, accurate, warm and most of all quick witted...I so enjoyed our laughter about our dogs and seeing you out there enjoying yourself. In my heart you will remain a bright light and to all that got a glimmer of your energy!!!.. Many blessings....