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 Manuel A. Lacro
Born: 12/05/1946
Died: 07/09/2016
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Manuel A. Lacro

Manuel A. Lacro passed away, suddenly, on July 9, 2016, at the age of 69.  Born in Manila, Philippines, Manuel has been a resident of Jersey City since 1982.  He was a retired Operational Coordinator for Continental Grain Shipping in New York and a longtime communicant of St. Aedan's Church.

Manuel is survived by his beloved wife, Florentina Lacro; two loving children, Mary Sienkiewicz and husband Arthur and Carl Lacro; grandchildren, Alex, Dana and Stephen; niece, Cresenciana, as well as several other nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be held at McLaughlin Funeral Home on Tuesday, July 12, 2016, from 4 to 8 PM.  Family and friends are requested to assemble at St. Aedan's Church on Wednesday morning at 10:30 AM for celebration of a Mass of Christian Burial.  Cremation will follow privately.

 

 

 
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Si ninong manny, siya yung tao na masayahin at palabiro sa lahat ng oras, magaling magpayo, mahusay sa chess, tennis lalo na sa fishing. tambayan nya ang oscar printing, lahat doon kaibigan nya, laging tawanan, may kantahan at saya ang hatid nya, mabuti siyang tao at kaibigan,maging ninong din, paborito nyang sasakyan ang volkswagen jetta at cc napakalinis nito sa kanyang kotse, sasabihin mo laging bago.natatandaan ko pa nung nagfishing kami sa liberty state park wala kaming mahuli na isda sa inip ni ninong manny na makahuli instead na ang ibato niya ay hook na may pain, ay weight or pabigat na lamang ang kanyang ibinabato, tanong ko sa kanya kung bakit nya ginagawa yon ang sagot nya ay "baka may tamaan sa ulo na isda" sabay tawa. Sya yung tao na makikinig sa iyo sa lahat ng oras, may ups and downs din sya pero matatag sya. Excited kasama si ninong manny laging kwela. Kaya mamimis sya ng barkada(tito oscar,ka dante, jinggoy, ka toto, bro.frank at mostly ako) masakit mang isipin pero kailangan natin tanggapin na ang aking ninong manny ay kapiling na ng ating panginoon ama sa kanyang kahaharian. Rest in peace ninong manny, naway sila naman ang pasayahin mo sa kabilang buhay amen.
Richard Crisostomo
When I went in United States last 2013, I'm so happy that I met them in personal. I was also glad how they treated me. I will surely miss you Lolo Manny. I'm glad that I met you, I also enjoyed the times when we are sharing stories regarding our families. Rest and peace and we will always remember you! We love you. From your apo Leng, Eugene and in behalf of Diongson and Lavada Family
Leng Diongson-Lavada and Family
I will always remember my Tito Manny as a jolly, kind, and generous man. I haven't had the chance to see him in over 2 decades but when we are able to connect via the phone or Facebook through Tita Flor his goodness resonates. He could really make you feel loved with a just few words. Rest well Tito Many. We love you. From me and Mommy Del, Marc & DJ.
May
I am so sorry for your loss. May you be comforted by a promise at John 5:28,29.
KG
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