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April 27, 2017

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June 24, 2014
I was reading on the South Boston Sports Hall of Fame Facebook page today and saw that Bob passed away. I fondly remember Bob, years ago, coming to my parents house (another Wildcat), in Southie, for the St. Patrick's day parade. My sympathy to the Manning family. He was a very nice man.
Sincerely,
Katie Foley Flaherty (daughter of the late Dudso & Julie Foley)
March 13, 2014
We just learned the sad news. Bob Manning was by far the nicest and most effective teacher that I ever had, including both high school and college. Our condolences to Gail and the Manning family.
February 22, 2014
we are very sorry to hear the sad news .MR Manning was a great man .condolences to all the family ,sincerely Marese Stephen ,and Sean sheehy blackacre ,Tuam ,Co.Galway Ireland
February 22, 2014
Dear Gail and the Manning Family,

Many times I reflected after high school on your father and how he showed kindness and patience as a teacher to a young man who just did not know where he fit in or where he was going in life. In class your dad always mixed humor and mathematics and that model that has served me well in my teaching career as a Professor.

I remember that before your wedding we were all in Maine and he bought a lot of lobsters. Reflecting back I always wondered if he knew that it was not the meal of choice at that point for the Manning clan. I know that he touched the lives of many of us in different ways a gifted teacher, mentor and example.

Mary and I are very sorry for your lose. You and your family will always remain in out thoughts and prayers.

John and Mary Niedzwecki
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