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Stephen Whitehurst Mangum, age 64, passed away unexpectedly on July 17, 2019 at his home in Savannah, Georgia.  Steve was born and raised in Eden, North Carolina.  At Eden’s JM Morehead High School, he was in school government, a football quarterback, and a member of the golf team.

Golf is a sport that Steve enjoyed throughout his life, with many golf outings with dear life-long friends and with his dad in Highlands, North Carolina.  Steve graduated from UNC Chapel Hill with a degree in accounting and was an enthusiastic UNC fan.  He spent his career in computer project management.

He lived his adult life in Marietta, Georgia where he was married to Elizabeth (Beth) Martin and they raised their family.  Steve loved his family and was extremely proud of his three children. His friends remember him as kind and generous.

Steve was preceded in death by his father, Dr. Carlyle T. “Mike” Mangum, Jr; his mother, Shirley D. Mangum; and his sister Marsha Mangum Gunnell.

He is survived by his daughter Jordan E. Mangum; his sons Alexander T. Mangum and John S. “Jack” Mangum; his sister Dr. Michele Mangum and brothers Geoffrey C. Mangum and Michael S. Mangum.

Services will be held in North Carolina at a date to be announced in late August.

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  1. Tracy Cochran Waldrop says:

    My condolences to Steve’s family on his loss. Steve was my boss back in 1994 at TSW and he was a great guy. Always quick to laugh and I remember him always practicing his golf swing in his office.

  2. Jack Grady says:

    Fare thee well my friend. Rest in peace.

  3. Vito DeMalteris says:

    My condolences to Beth and the rest of Steve’s family. We worked together for many years and remained friends as we would occasionally pass each other at the airports during our travels.

  4. Kim Jarrett says:

    I am so sorry to learn of Steve’s passing and my sincere sympathy to his family.

  5. Mike Pollitt says:

    I’m so sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. We worked together at TSW International and have stayed in contact over the years. My prayers and condolences for the family. He will certainly be missed.

  6. Robin Jamison Smith says:

    I am very sorry to hear this. Steve was our neighbor in Eden. I knew his family. His Dad and my Dad were both MD,s and worked together at Morehead Hospital, Sending my prayers to the family

  7. Paul Parker says:

    Will miss you Steve. You always gave me laughter and I enjoyed playing tennis with you at West Hampton. Rest In Peace Buddy.

  8. Dr. Russell Lake says:

    I was sorry to learn of Mr. Mangum’s passing. I pray that you are comforted by your fond memories during this difficult time.

  9. Mike Schmidt says:

    Many fun memories playing tennis in West Hampton and a few golf outings! Steve will surely be missed…take care my friend!

  10. Sibyl Carter says:

    So sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family. I spent a lot of my childhood at the Mangrum home with Marsha.

  11. Edward Holliman says:

    Steve, I know I speak for many that you will be missed and remembered for your love of being a very special friend.

    Thank you for sharing your positive attitude and genuine spirit of friendship to all that knew you.

  12. Rick Mylenbusch says:

    Sorry to see a good man go before his time.

  13. John McDermott says:

    My deepest condolences to Beth and all.
    We worked together at TSW.
    We and others did countless trips together in the van to South Carolina in the early days of TSW.

    So sorry!

  14. Mike Doobrow says:

    Jan and I are very sorry to hear of Steve’s passing!!
    Steve and I always enjoyed talking about UNC.
    Go Heels!!

  15. Mark Jackson says:

    Steve was a great guy to work with at TSW. My sympathies to his family during this time of loss.

  16. Rasheedah Kharleed-Tedder says:

    Steve was such a wonderful person to work with at TSW. My sincere condolences to the Mangum Family!

  17. Rebecca Gerdes Woody says:

    My condolences go to all of Steve’s family. We worked together at TSW and it was a joy working with him. My thoughts and prayers go to his family.

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