MANOLIOS Emmanuel "Manny", longtime resident of the North End, died of cancer on March 22, 2015. He was 81 years old. The son of the late Athena and Antonios Manolios, he was born, raised, and educated in Manchester New Hampshire. Graduating from Central H.S., he earned a Bachelor's Degree from Emerson College and a Master's Degree from Syracuse University. He was a Speech and Language Pathologist serving public schools in New York and Massachusetts. He had clinical affiliations in hospital and rehabilitation settings in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. The final 13 years of his career he worked for the Boston Public Schools. One of the few Greek Americans residing in a predominantly Italian neighborhood. He cherished the passion and joy for life the Italian Community demonstrated. He is survived by good friends, who will think of him always on upper Salem Street, where he could often be found enjoying the "Sheafe winds on the Salem shore". He loved Jazz music, and hanging out in coffee shops. His friends will miss the hours spent playing cribbage and laughing with Manny. He was brilliant and kind and always made time for his friends. We invite you to come share stories and play cribbage with friends of Manny. A group will gather, in Manny's honor, on Sunday March, 29th from 5:30 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. at Theo's on the corner of Salem and Sheafe Streets.
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Published in Boston Herald on Mar. 26, 2015