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John McManus  (AP Photo/Creighton University, Fred Jacobson)

John "Red" McManus

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August 05, 2013
Our most famous and respected cousin.
Friends of ours that went to Ceighton
spoke of him fondly.
August 01, 2013
Our sympathy to Mary Jean and the family for their loss. Another gift for coming to Omaha in 1971 and getting to cross paths in life with Red. Red left all of us with delightful memories & stories. Thanks Mary Jean and your family for letting us share such special time with Red.
August 01, 2013
To the Family of Coach John ''Red'' McManus, I have so many cherished memories of this gentle man that I would hardly know where to start.This year during March Madness it was Coach K from Duke University that offered some kind words about this legendary college coach. My prayers and thoughts are with the entire McManus family during this time of the spritual celebration of the life John ''Red'' McManus. MAY HE REST IN PEACE.
August 01, 2013
My deepest sympathy to Mary Jean and the McManus family. Red was certainly, Mr. Basketball at Creighton. He will be missed by all of us. RIP coach.
Proud to have played for him.
July 31, 2013
I just loved Uncle Red. He was a great man so respected in the community. I will miss talking to him at family holidays. He loved being around the family and we loved being around him. Uncle Red will be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to my Aunt Mary jJean, cousins Jack, Kevin, Mimi along with the grand kids, Tracy and Anan.

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