Condolence & Memory Journal

My brother Manuel, a quiet, mild-mannered man. He was liked by everyone who met him. I remember one time while visiting us in California he went inside a store and he was taking a long time. Then he came back in the car and I said what took so long? His answer I was talking to the guy, about a car I wanted to buy. He made friends where ever he went. So, when I read these comments about his coworkers, it doesnt surprise me at all.
He was a hard worker, a good son, and good brother always thinking of me when I was sick, telling me to take my vitamins . My yearly cold compared to nothing what he was fighting.
The world lost a beautiful soul. Love you my brother...your Sis

Posted by Cecilia Bonila - Glendora, CA   May 17, 2019

I've known Manny for awhile. At least 15 years. We've partied together, we've worked together, we've had good times together. And I will miss him. I was actually waiting for him to come back to work. It's difficult knowing that I will never see him again. It's almost unreal. And it weighs heavy on my heart. Thank God, that he is in a better place... R.I.P. Brother... And my condolences to the family.

Posted by Erik Olalde - Topeka, KS   May 15, 2019

I worked with Manny out at Goodyear and was very saddened to hear about his passing. I have been at Goodyear almost 3 years now and Manny was there the whole time. I will miss talking to him and cracking jokes with him. I used to tell the younger guys that Manny was an OG from Cali, but he was our friend and brother out here at Goodyear. Manny was a good man and he always made me laugh, even though he had a quiet way about him. I wish his family peace in the days to come and I will miss our brother Manny. Rest easy my friend-

Posted by Kevin Heenan - Topeka, KS - coworker   May 14, 2019