Jeffrey A. Mank

Feb 15, 2021
Jeffrey Mank

Waldoboro — Jeffrey Alan Mank, 40, of Jefferson, died unexpectedly Feb. 10, 2021.

Jeff was born Nov. 26, 1980 in Rockport to Michael Paul Mank and Doreen Carter Mank. Jeff grew up in Waldoboro and graduated from Medomak Valley High School in the class of 1999.

He began working at Reed and Reed Construction and, most recently, for Moran Towing in Portsmouth, N.H. Jeff was an avid hunter, fisherman, sportsman and outdoor enthusiast. Jeff was known as a family man with a big heart.

He was predeceased by his maternal grandparents Donald and Esther Carter and paternal grandparents Burleigh and Kathleen Mank.

Jeff is survived by his wife Nicole Marie Mank; stepdaughter Kaydence Barbour and beloved boxers Leo and Chance of Jefferson; parents Paul and Doreen Mank of Dillsburg, Penn.; mother-in-law Candy Hilton and her husband, Chip, of Jefferson; father-in-law Tim House and his wife, Shawn, of Windsor; sister Heather Brosius and her husband, Joel, of Franklintown, Penn.; brothers Travis Mank of Dillsburg, Penn., and Michael Mank and his wife, Jennifer, of Yuba City, Calif.; brother-in-law Joseph Flagg and his wife, Stacy, of Jefferson.

He also leaves behind nieces Allison Brosius, Abbey and Kiley Anderson, Linsey and Bailey Mank and Natalie Flagg; nephews Daniel Brosius and Riley Flagg; Aunts Linda Castner and her husband, Jack, Catherine Keating and her husband, Daniel, and Melissa Luce and her husband, David; Uncles Charles Mank, Preston Carter and Brian Simmons, Several Cousins, extended family, and many lifelong friends.

A walk-through visitation will take place Wednesday, Feb. 17, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Hall Funeral Home, 949 Main St., Waldoboro. Social distancing and mask requirements will be observed. A private funeral service will be held for the family.

Arrangements are entrusted to Hall’s of Waldoboro, to extend online condolences visit In lieu of flowers, consider a donation to the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine in honor of Jeff and his love for the outdoors.

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