Mandy Densmore was a fashionista, Swiftie, traveler, loyal friend, lover of life, beloved wife, and caring mother. Mandy and her husband Rick resided in the Atlanta, Georgia area for most of their marriage and in 1998, Mandy gave birth to their daughter, Charlotte Rose. Mandy and Charlotte shared everything: brown eyes, an affinity for concerts, secrets, hopes, fears, the feeling of having your family an ocean away, and a size 10 shoe collection. Mandy was the perfect combination of English fortitude and Southern style. She held the royal family in high esteem, traveling back to the UK for the King’s coronation and for royal weddings. She loved hydrangeas and peonies, and she pinned a poppy to her lapel each November. She loved the sheep and rolling hills of the Cotswolds, and to see the Christmas lights sparkle on Regent Street. She also loved her front porch and backyard pool, and watching the sunset on Lake Lanier. Mandy fought inflammatory breast cancer for four years. While this battle did not define her, it did highlight many of her amazing traits: bravery, grace, class, kindness, resilience, and joy. Throughout her journey, she befriended nurses, doctors, and “IBC sisters.” She continued to be there for her family and friends in such a big way, and her radiant smile echoed through every room she entered. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to The IBC Network Foundation at http://www.theibcnetwork.org/mandy.