Manuel Romo

Died: February 18, 2018
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Manuel M. Romo “Manny,” of Tucson, AZ was called to Heaven on Sunday February 18, 2018. Retired Construction Superintendent. Beloved husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. He served his country during the Korean conflict with the rank of Sergeant. Survived by his devoted wife of 63 years, Evangelina (Aros) Romo. His children, Jose Manuel Romo “Joey” (Deborah J. Romo), Michael David Romo, Susan Ilene (Romo) Lawwill (James J. Lawwill, Jr.), Sonia Lorena (Romo) Bratton (Craig Bratton), Cynthia Veronica Romo, Victoria Denise (Romo) Hakes (Arthur Rodriguez), and Raymond Angel Romo (Maricela C. Romo). Also survived by fourteen grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Words cannot express the profound sense of loss the family is experiencing. Manuel was the epitome of what a man should be. He cherished and loved his family beyond limits and will be greatly missed. Until we meet again….

Friends may call Marana Mortuary at (520) 682-9900.
Services will be held on Friday, March 2, 2018 at 10 AM. St. Christopher Church, 12101 W. Moore Rd, Marana, AZ. Flowers may be sent to this address.
Interment will follow at Marana Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 15950 N. Luckett Rd., Marana, AZ.
Arrangements by Marana Mortuary, 12146 W Barnett Rd (at Sandario), Marana.

If I should go before the rest of you
Break not a flower nor inscribe a stone,
Nor when I’m gone speak in a Sunday voice
But be the usual selves that I have known.
Weep if you must,
Parting is hell, but life goes on,
So sing as well.
Joyce Grenfell

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Died: February 18, 2018

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Socorro Bonn-Forrey posted on 3/1/18

In memory of Manuel Romo, Socorro Bonn-Forrey lit a candle


Lucy Rodriguez Acedo & Hector Rodriguez posted on 2/24/18

Our condolences from the Roman & Socorro Rodriguez Family. Lifted up in Prayers For Healing and Comfort With The Light of the Hands Of God. Your Angel has gone Home to Gods Heaven Beyond The Golden Gates. Our Love Sent. Blessing.


Ninette Galanti posted on 2/23/18

Tia Eva and Romo family, we are so sadded by your loss..our loss. Tio Manny was a wonderful loving man!! He may have left this earth but we will never, ever forget him!! His spirit will be with each and everyone of us.. Lots of memories he left behind.. Family was everything to him I know. With all our symathy and love, Dave, Ninette, Victoria, Karina and Zarina. LOVE YOU AND GOD BLESS YOU!!


Lynn Bratton posted on 2/23/18

I am so sorry for your loss. My heart breaks for the whole family. Much love from Lynn Bratton and Family


Michele Castillo posted on 2/23/18

Romo’s, our sincere condolences. We have lots of good memories and enjoyed his company.


Gilbert Gil posted on 2/23/18

So many memories of Tio Manny, the Ranch, the Parties, the music. One heck of a cowboy. God our Father,  Your power brings us to birth, Your providence guides our lives,  and by Your command we return to dust. Lord, those who die still live in Your presence, their lives change but do not end.  I pray in hope for my Tio Manny, my Tia Eva, all their family, relatives and friends,  and for all the dead known to You alone.  In company with Christ, who died and now lives, may they rejoice in Your kingdom, where all our tears are wiped away.  Unite us together again in one family,  to sing Your praise forever and ever. Amen. I love you all Gilbert and family


Laurie Dunham posted on 2/23/18

As long as we are remembered, we are not gone. May your precious and fond memories help you through this difficult loss. I have many fond memories that I will always cherish. I feel blessed to have known Manny so many years ago. May your hearts heal and may he rest in peace. Most sincerely, Laurie