Nathan Scott Johannes-Maness, 19, of Dryden, VA, died August 31, 2020. He was born December 20, 2000 in New Jersey. He is the son of Linda Johannes and Christopher Maness. Nathan lived and was raised by his grandparents David and Ann Maness. He was of the Baptist Faith and had a strong testimony of the power of the Lord.
Nathan was employed at the Liberty Pawn Shop (his second family) of Pennington Gap, VA.
He was a member of a group of friends called “The Bygodders”. He loved fishing, Kayaking and spending time with his fiancé Lexie Stapleton and his best friend (brother) Austin Harris. Those that knew Nathan knew that he loved with a love that out weighed his heart. He loved all his nieces and nephews - Connor, Braxton, Emma, Mason, LeLand, Maddox, Rowan and Miley, and they loved him and thought of him as a brother.
Nathan is survived by his parents Linda Johannes of PA and Christopher Maness of TN; his great-grandfather Bobby Waddell of Dryden, VA; his grandparents David and Ann Maness of Dryden, VA; his brothers Cody Maness of Dryden, VA, Landon Maness of VA, Anthony Johannes of PA, and Joshua Phipps of Jonesville, VA; his sisters Alexis Silvestro of New Jersey, Madison Phipps of Jonesville, VA and several that he was estranged from. He is also survived by his aunt Jessica Smith; fiancé Lexie Stapleton and his best friend (brother) Austin Harris; many great-aunts and uncles that he loved greatly.
A graveside service will be held at 2:00 PM Sunday, September 6, 2020 in Powell Valley Cemetery in Dryden, VA. Family and friends are asked to meet at 1 PM at Province Funeral Home in Pennington Gap, VA to proceed to the cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family request that donations be made to Province Funeral Home to help with expenses.
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