Tahlequah Daily Press


March 28, 2013

Mandy Nadean Shaw

TAHLEQUAH — Services for Mandy Nadean Shaw will be held Friday, March 29, at the Crescent Valley Baptist Church with Brother Jay Jones officiating.  

Services were entrusted to the care and direction of Hart Funeral Home of Tahlequah. An online guestbook may be found at www.hartfuneralhome.net.

Mandy Nadean Shaw, the daughter of Paul and Brenda (Dallis) Fears, was born June 21, 1981, in Tahlequah, and departed this life to be with the Lord on March 23, 2013, in Fort Scott, Kan., at the age of 31 years, nine months and two days.

Mandy was full of life and enjoyed capturing God’s beautiful creation on camera, as she had a passion for photography. She was a hairdresser since high school and made many friends and solid friendships through the years working at the salon.

She loved having cookouts and getting all the family together.

One of her most favorite things to do was going with her dad to the races and watching him drive.

She enjoyed her role as a mother, taking Malory to her dance practice, and was always backstage at all of her dances to help out in any way possible and support Malory.

Mandy was a member of the Abundant Life Church in Tahlequah and was active with the church and tried to show the love of God to others every day.  Mandy touched many lives and will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved her.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Brenda Fears.

She is survived by a loving familym which includes her husband, Brandon Shaw of Tahlequah; her daughter, Malory Blair of Tahlequah; her father, Paul Fears of Park Hill; her brother, Marcus Fears and wife Cari of Tahlequah, and their daughter, Isla Fears of Tahlequah. Many friends and church family and other loved ones also survive her.

Hart Funeral Home, 1506 N. Grand, (918) 456-8823.

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