Manuel Villareal, Jr. was born in Texas on July 19, 1969. His parents were Manuel Villareal, Sr. and Maria Negrete Villareal. Manny was from a large family; four brothers, Daniel, Christopher, Ruben and Michael Olivarez, two sisters Angelica Olivarez and Debrah Carins, four uncles Arnold, Gilbert, Frankie and Raymond, five aunts Rosa, Paula, Alice, Lupe and Ophilia.
Manny became to be part of the Cleveland Manor Nursing and Rehab family in May 6, 2003. Manny was in charge of the flower beds at Cleveland Manor for many years and had the nicest flower beds in the State of Oklahoma. He was a devout member of the St. Joseph Catholic Church and loved spending time with family and friends. Manny was married to Pamela Villareal on December 3, 2019 and the ceremony was at Cleveland Manor. Pamela was his only marriage, he lived to make her happy although the marriage was short he loved her very much.
Hobbies included going to church, rock-n-roll music, karaoke, dancing, gardening, and was avid about writing letters to his family. He also enjoyed meeting new people; he never met a stranger he didn’t like and was loved by everyone.
Manny was preceded in death by his mother Maria; Debra, Raymond, Frankie, Alice, Lupe, and Ophilia, and was survived by his wife Pamela, Daniel, Christopher, Ruben, Michael, Angelica, Arnold and Gilbert and numerous nieces and nephews.
Manny passed on July 13, 2020 at the age of 50 years.
The world has lost an amazing soul. Rest In Peace Manny.
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