Mark Edmon Manley, 63, of Foley, Alabama, passed away on Tuesday, January 31, 2023.
Mark was born in Mobile, AL to the late George Victor Manley, Jr. and Martha Nell Manley. He attended University Military School and was a graduate of Davidson High School. After a long management career in the steel business, he found his niche in car sales where his love of life and people led him to excel.
Mark loved cars, hunting, and traveling with his wife. But he loved nothing more than spending time with his beloved family.
He is survived by his loving wife of 39 years, Beverly Douglas Manley; his beloved daughters, Aimee (Christopher) Pierce of Lake Charles, LA, Amanda (Sean) Herman of Daphne AL; his precious grandchildren, Hadley Pierce, Olivia Herman, Nora Herman, and baby Pierce; brother, Victor George (Alicia) Manley; sister, Deirdre Castronova; and numerous devoted family and friends.
There will be a time of visitation to Celebrate Mark’s life on Sunday, February 5, 2023, at Hughes Funeral Home, 26209 Pollard Road, Daphne, Alabama, from 2PM – 4PM.
Expressions of condolence for the family may be made at www.hughesfh.com. Hughes Funeral Home, 26209 Pollard Road, Daphne, AL, is assisting the family.
Mark Manley was a man we all would have been honored to have on our team. Loyal to a fault, unreal work ethic, family man to the core, talent beyond measure. Was an inspiration to us all.
We all should strive to make the lives of the people we serve, better people for knowing us, as he did.
Mark will be missed by so many. He always had the brightest smile. Loved his jokes and playful cutdowns! The world lost a good man. And the Angels gained one! Prayers for Beverly and the entire family. 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼
Mark was a great person would help anyone with a problem. Rest in peace my Friend
Mark Manley was a good man and someone to be admired. He was an amazing Husband, Father and Co-worker. He was a Godly man and loved his wife as God intended marriage to be from the beginning. If she asked He would always go the extra mile for her because of his unwavering love. His children and grandchildren were his joy created from the love he and Beverly shared. As a friend and Co-worker you could always depend on his honesty and fairness. As he stands with our Lord and Savior I’m sure he was told “Well done good and faithful servant”. God bless his family. Jesus will walk with you always.
Mark was a joy to be around. Great stories and and always smiling.
Mark lived his life as an example we should all follow. He was Godly, devoted to family, and honest beyond measure. Time spent with him was always a joy and blessing. He will be missed by many. Rest in peace my dear friend.
Amanda and I were to elementary/middle school together and were close friends. Mr mark was always so very kind to me. I lost my mother at a young age and Amanda and her dad were there for me! You could always count on him to have the best jokes and turn every day into a fun one! He was a gem and will be truly missed!
Mark always went out of his way to help his customers. His smile was infectious! He made you feel welcome. Our community lost an incredible human being. I’m so happy I had the honor of calling you a friend!
I have known Mark for years. I worked with him as well as purchased several vehicles from him. He was truly a wonderful person and a wonderful family man. I can say I have been blessed to have such a wonderful person as him in my life and call me his friend. Prayers for his family. Rest in Peace my friend.
God speed Mark Manley! You took an old Yankee from Illinois under your wing and helped me any way you could. You truly were a Southern gentleman! Rest easy my friend your work here on Earth is done.
Mark Manley was one of the kindest men I’ve ever met. He was always smiling, always had a story or a joke to tell ya. Whenever I’d get to work, he’d tell me to come to his desk he wanted to show me something. Most of the time it was a car or something cool he found online. We spent a lot of time talking, looking at old cars and laughing.
He took me under his wing from the moment we met and was a great mentor to me. I always knew I could go to him for anything. He’d either have the answer or he’d help me figure it out. I can’t remember a time he didn’t have a smile on his face. He was my friend, my mentor and a truly great man. I will miss him greatly.
Beverley and kids. We are so saddened and sorry the we lost A AWESOME MAN, HUSBAND AND FRIEND. GOD gained a super person. My family send all of our love and condolences to all, family and friends. God bless. THE HERRELLS
My deepest sympathy to all the family, especially Beverly and the kids. Mark was a genuine soul and we loved him. So proud to have known him and his family. God speed Mark
Sorry to hear of Mark’s passing. We will miss him. Our deepest condolences to his family
We moved to Foley, Alabama in 2019. A year before, we met Mark at Southern Chevrolet and bought a 2018 car from him. His actions, personally, and honestly helped us to decide on settling in Foley, Alabama.
Mark was a super person. When we went to service the car, always hollered at him if he wasn’t busy. Mark always had some car business going on. Always had time to speak or visit a bit. Always a joke to tell.
I went to get the car serviced April and found out the news of his passing. I went out and set under the blue umbrella and chairs to reflect on what I heard. Called my wife (Dottie). She couldn’t believe it. We and all lost a good friend and person in January.
To Beverly and the kids. He loved you all to the MAX. He brought you all up in every conversation we had.
Heaven is a better place with Mark in it. Won’t ever be the same with out seeing him at the dealership or around town.