Joseph Edward MANNION

Belleair Bluff, Florida

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May Joe enjoy the reward of his faith and eternal life. His leadership in Catholic communications was an inspiration and his kindness will always be remembered.

Our prayers are with you. He was always so positive and kind. Dunedin Golf Club will miss him and his warm smile.

What a fine man who left a beautiful legacy. He is to be missed.
Hal Cusick (formerly Tampa COC)

So sorry the hear of Joe's passing. I knew Joe in the early 80's when I worked for the Production Dept. @ Ch.8 I would type some of his editorials. Joe & I would also talk about Washington D.C. where I was born & raised. He was a very kind & quite man. He will be missed.

I am deeply saddened to hear of Joe's passing. I worked with him for many years at Ch 8. He was a great teacher and a good friend. I will miss his presence in the universe. My deepest sympathy to all his family.

Dear Elizabeth and the Mannion family,
We are saddened by the news of Joe's passing. May you be sustained by the fond memories you hold of him. Please accept our condolences.

Elizabeth and family, I was sad to hear of Joe's passing. He fought long and hard, but he's at peace now and in no pain. My warmest and deepest thoughts and sympathy are coming to you at this most difficult time. Joe will live forever in your hearts.


Joseph's Obituaries

MANNION, Joseph Edward, 78 of Clearwater, died Sunday, April 21, 2013 after a courageous battle with cancer. Joe was born in Mt. Carmel, PA, lived in Washington, D.C., and relocated to Florida in 1966. Joe worked for WFLA-TV for 21 years as a news reporter, anchor, news director and director of...

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