Brown-Robinson Funeral Home Obituaries

Amani Marie Mann

September 10, 2010 - March 9, 2018

Wise beyond her years, it did not take long to realize that Amani was an old soul. She had a timeless appreciation for the arts. She loved watching classic films and some of her favorite musicians included: Mozart, Beethoven, Bob Marley, Michael Jackson and more. No matter where she went she would always be humming a tune. When she wasn't playing alongside her brother, she was making music on her keyboard or strumming her ukulele. Her passion for self-expression didn’t stop there, she had a growing interest in fashion and had begun designing dresses on paper, foil or any material that would help her vision come to life.

According to her grandmother's, she had been here before. This was evident in the rapid way she accomplished milestones, many of which were ahead of her peers. Not only did she have a passion for the arts, but reading and learning as well. From the moment she learned to read, she would pick the thickest encyclopedias from the library. She also enjoyed puzzles including word search puzzles and crosswords. Amani was homeschooled and she was able to earn and maintain straight A's. This was no small feat because sometimes she would not be feeling well but she never gave up and she never fell behind in her coursework. There was no challenge that she was not willing to face. It was almost like she was saying, “Ok done, give me another.” We could never be more proud of who she was and all of the things that she accomplished.

Our princess Amani Marie Mann made her debut and graced the world with her presence on September 10, 2010, Atlanta, Georgia. She lived seven precious years and was called home on March 9, 2018 in Cleveland, Ohio. She is survived by her mother Kristina Washington, father Alramon Mann, brother Armon Mann, sister Armylah Mann and a host of aunts, uncles, grandparents and great parents.

Amani made her presence known, with a bright smile and energy that would electrify the room. She left her mark on our hearts and our lives. She will forever be remembered by her family, teachers, classmates and anyone having the pleasure of getting to know her and she will truly be missed.

"When a child enters your life, it is time to learn. It is not the time to teach." - Sadhguru


(Private services held at the funeral home)



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