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Phyllis Carol Mann-Hayworth- November 28, 2019

Wednesday, December 4th, 2019

 

Phyllis Carol Mann-Hayworth

Phyllis Carol Mann-Hayworth, age 81, died on November 28, 2019 at her home in Sacramento, CA.  She was born in Van Buren, Arkansas to Jesse James and Wallace Mann on October 11, 1938.  Phyllis attended elementary schools in Janesville and Susanville and was a member of the Class of 1957, Lassen Union High School. She was a Camp Fire Girl and served as President of the BPOE Women’s Auxillary.

Phyllis was a long time breakfast cook at Walker’s Coffee Shop in Susanville.  She then served as lead cook at Lassen Community College prior to her employment as a cook at the California Department of Corrections.  Soon she was accepted into the Correctional Training Academy in Galt, CA at the age of 55.  Upon graduation she was awarded the “True Grit” award for her exceptional performance.  After a brief assignment at Calipatria State Prison as a Correctional Officer, Phyllis obtained a transfer back to California Correctional Center in Susanville, where she retired after 15 years of service.

Phyllis was preceded in death by her parents, her step-mother Jennie Mann, her husband, Buster Hayworth, her sons, Barry Savage and Clay Savage, and her step-son, Rocky Hayworth.

Phyllis is survived by her son, Wayne Savage of Everett, WA, her daughter, Carol Savage of Sacramento, CA, step-daughter Charolette Hayworth-Snyder of Grants Pass, OR, her brother James Mann of Quincy, CA, two stepsisters, Valerie Brown of Susanville and Carolyn Keeler of Doyle, CA, six grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and numerous nephews and nieces.

Services will be held on Tuesday, December 10th at 11 a.m. at Walton’s Funeral Home in Susanville.  A meal will follow, location to be announced at the service.  Burial will be in Janesville Cemetery.

 

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