Amanda Carol Harrison Ingle

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Amanda Carol Harrison Ingle, an extraordinary angel prematurely earned her wings on September 22, 2015.  She lived in Hazen, Arkansas.  Mandi was born June 4, 1981 in Little Rock, Arkansas to Joe Lynn and Dana Strohl Harrison Prince.  Their family grew in 1984 when Mandi’s little sister Samantha Jo “Sam” was born.  Mandi was 34 years old when our Lord took her to her home.  She made her heavenly flight September 22, 2015.  Being a mother was always Mandi’s dream and Ross Ingle age 10 and Jaylee Ingle age 6 of Hazen made that dream come true.  She was dedicated parent and a great friend to all.

In addition to her children, she is survived by her ex-husband, Andy Ingle of Hazen; her mother, Dana Strohl Prince and husband, Mike of De Valls Bluff; her father, Joe Lynn Harrison and wife, Darlene of Heber Springs; her sister, Samantha Harrison and son, Bryan of De Valls Bluff; her grandparents, Henry and Gloria Strohl of De Valls Bluff and Joseph and Judy Harrison of Heber Springs; a very special aunt and uncle, Judy “Sissy” and Keith Gladish of De Valls Bluff; her great grandmother, Daisy Hall of Biscoe and a host of aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces, and friends.

Mandi was a child of God and a member of Palestine Baptist Church in Quitman.  Mandi was a people person.  Her trademark smile and bubbly personality made her a friend to everyone she met.  Her life long best friend, Candace Mertens Taylor, was a companion during difficult days with health issues.  Mandi referred to Candace’s sons, Cutler and Chance Taylor as her “first babies”.

Mandi’s school days were spent at De Valls Bluff and she was proud to be a Scrapper.  She graduated in 1999 excelling in agricultural education.  She served as FFA President her senior year.  She earned her associate degree at ASU Beebe in 2000.  She had a beautiful voice and sang with her sister, Sam and grandfather, Joseph Harrison at church and many public events.

Say not in grief “she is no more”, but live in thankfulness that “she was”.  She will live forever in our heats.

Funeral services will be 10:00 A.M. Friday, September 25, 2015 at Calvary Baptist Church in Hazen.  Visitation will be from 5:00 to 8:00 P.M., Thursday, September 24, 2015 at Westbrook Funeral Home in Hazen.  Burial will be in the Hazen Cemtery.

In lieu of flowers, you may honor her memory with a donation to “Mandi Harrison Memorial Fund” at Farmers and Merchants Bank or a charity of your choice.

18 Condolences to “Amanda Carol Harrison Ingle”

  1. B.C. & Norma Taylor Says:

    Our deepest sympathy goes to all of Mandi’s family and friends. I know this is a very tragic loss to all of you and have you in our prayers. God bless her precious children as I know she loved them dearly.

  2. Gilda Gray Henry Says:

    Family and friends are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Song in Methodist Hymnal:
    “How blest are they who trust in Christ
    When we and those we love must part.
    We lift them up for go they must,
    But do not lose them from our hearts.”

  3. Helen Holloway Says:

    Be comforted in knowing that others care and support you during this difficult time. I have fond memories of Mandi and never saw her w/o a smile and happy greeting when we saw each other.

    We’ll understand it all one day when we meet the Lord. Until then, keep the faith and trust him who will never leave or forsake his own. God bless!

  4. Tammy Berry Says:

    My heart ached for you Dana when I heard this news. I am so sorry for this loss and for the pain your family is suffering. Heaven has gained a beautiful soul. I will keep you in my prayers.

  5. Harvey Rhodes Says:

    Prayers for such a beautiful child of God, may the Lord comfort the family now and in the days ahead but reassure us all that Mandi is in the arms of our Savior and that pain is no more, in Jesus name Amen…

  6. Cheryl Ritter Says:

    Prayers for the family, I will always remember Mandi. She had a beautiful voice and sang like an angel.. I know she is singing with Jesus right now. We miss her and wish she was here with us but God chose to bring her home. No more pain and she knew pain with so many health issues. I love you Mandi

  7. Cheryl Ritter Says:

    Jesus is rejoicing listening to Mandi sing. We will miss her and always remember her.

  8. Kay Stokes Says:

    This breaks my heart. Such god memories of she and Lynde playing together. God Bless and give you comfort in this horrible time. Prayers for all.

  9. Garnett & Lana Dodson Says:

    Our deepest sympathy. Family members are certainly in our thoughts
    and prayers during this difficult time.

  10. Jodi & Beth Phillips Says:

    Joe, our family sends you and your family our deepest sympathy during your loss.

  11. Dena and Ray Reagan Says:

    Joe – Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We are here for you if you need anything…God bless you.

    Dena and Ray Reagan

  12. Jeannie Smith Says:

    I love you and will miss you, Mandi. Dance around the throne for me and I’ll see you soon.

  13. Ronnie & Kathy Simmons Says:

    Our sympathy to all of you. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time.

  14. April Van Houten Branham Says:

    My heart is breaking for Dana, Sam, Mrs Gloria, Mr. Henry, and Mandi two beautiful babies.. Mandi has a spirit that will live forever.. My family and I pray for comfort and peace for the family during this time.. Love you all!!

  15. Tamara Harri Says:

    May you rest in peace.

  16. Johnny & Karen Ring Says:

    Prayers for y’all during this time. So sorry for y’alls loss

  17. The Smith Family from Cartersville Ga. Says:

    We are so very sorry for your loss. Your family is terrific and all from Ga. wish you strength and comfort. All of you mean the world to me. I watched the girls grow before me and this breaks my heart. I wish I could have been there . We will make a donation to the charity. I hope to see you soon.
    With Love, Steven Smith

  18. Christy Walls Says:

    I want to extend my condolences to the entire family.