Stewart Manley

27 April , 19364 March , 2019

Stewart Manley, in his 83rd year, passed away peacefully in the company of his family on 04 March 2019.

Stewart was the beloved husband of Beth Manley (nee McDonell) for the past 54 years and the son of Joseph & Agnes Manley, of Berwick Ontario.

He was the father of Karen (Tom Kelly) , Bob (Vicky Joncas), Lois, Keith, Doreen (Minh Do), and Janice (Scott Chamberlain).

He was the dear brother of Marie (the late Gerald) Borutski, Darlene (the late Germain) Laplante, Donald (the late), and Philip (the late) Sharyn Manley.

Stewart will be sadly missed by his 11 grandchildren: Alison, Andrew, Emily, Katrina, Darcy, Yuliah, Ayden, William, Ross, Simon, and Jack. He will also be missed by Mary (the late Tom) Grady and Peter & Shirley McDonell as well as by numerous nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by inlaws Allan & Elizabeth McDonell as well as by John & Shirley McDonell.

A Celebration of Life Mass to be held at St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church (1303 Leaside Ave, Ottawa) on Thursday 07 March, 2019 at 11:00 am.

Donations in lieu of flowers to be made to a charity of your choice or to St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church.


  • Funeral Mass Thursday, 7 March , 2019

Stewart Manley

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John Ficner

13 March 2019

So sorry and sad to hear of Stewart's passing. I will always remember the great times we shared with the Scouts of the 110th Ottawa group. Camping trips were always well organized and a real learning experience. Stewart had a special way of teaching the youngsters, and it was wonderful just watching them in action. I extend my sincere condolences to Beth and all the wonderful Manley family.

Colleen Ethier moriarty

7 March 2019

Please accept my deepest condolences to all the family.
Collen Ethier (Moriarty)

Freddy Vazquez

6 March 2019

Dear Beth and Family,

My deepest sympathy for your loss. I believe that when you meet a person, it is for a reason. I had the pleasure of meeting a great person and a wonderful family, and to have so many laughs with him was a joy. He always greeted me with smile that I will never forget. As I always said when I saw him, "The old man is here to help you", he would respond "Yes, you are old" and we would both laugh. I will always treasure those moments.

Freddy Vazquez