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Larry F. Manno

South Euclid, Ohio

Mar 6, 1945 – Oct 11, 2019 (Age 74)


March 6, 1945
October 11, 2019
South Euclid, Ohio


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Fioritto Funeral Service Obituary

LARRY F. MANNO, age 74, beloved husband for 44 years of Patti (nee Schneider), loving dad of Jacquelyn Alley (husband Rick), Stephanie Rini (Bill Kloczko) and Kristen Reese (Chris Keller), cherished papa of Joey, Madelynn, Austin, Ryan, Emily and Sophia, devoted son of Frances and Elizabeth...

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I didn't know Larry personally, but he was a great friend to my father James H. Bedient who passed in December of 2017. I just wanted to offer my heart felt condolences for his untimely passing. I've spoke to him on the phone while my dad was alive and he was always very funny and friendly and my father adored him. So sorry for your loss. I just found out about this and it breaks my heart. I will pray for his whole family. Love and strength ❤

So sorry to hear of Mr. Manno's passing. I knew him for 7 years and he always had nice things to say. He was a hard worker.

Dear Patti, Don, Sue, Bruce and all the Manno family,
Hadn't been in contact with Larry since Bill died ten years ago, but found myself thinking of him a couple months ago, wondering if he was still around, how he was doing. Today, Sarah found the online news report about the vigil. So tragic that someone so good and decent and giving could be taken this way. Our hearts are broken. Bill had a lot of friends, good, life-long friends, but Larry is the only one Bill referred to as...

Remembering your great love story today and always.

My sadness goes out to Larrys Family he was a great man. I shared some great times with Larry when we were in the Guard. Please feel free to contact me if your in Nashville. [email protected] 513-200-5046

I am deeply saddened by the loss of a great husband and wonderful father. Larry was a great man who possessed a big heart!

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Don, Sue and family,
Truly sorry for your tragic loss. Larry will be missed in the old neighborhood that he obviously loved and served so faithfully all his life.