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Calvary Hill Funeral Home & Cemetery

3235 Lombardy Ln, Dallas, TX

OBITUARY

JoAnn B. Manicchia

February 15, 1944June 20, 2020

Joann Barbara Manicchia, 76, of Novice, Texas, passed away peacefully at her home on June 20, 2020.

Joann was born in Chicago, Illinois to Arthur and Barbara Brichetto on February 15, 1944. She went to school at Ursuline Academy in Dallas. She married Ernest J. Manicchia on July 2, 1963 in Dallas, Texas. She worked for a family business for a number of years, then at Southfork Ranch for 10 years.

She retired in 2002 and moved to her ranch in Novice, Texas. She enjoyed many happy years with family and friends at the ranch, and volunteered at the Novice library.

Joann is preceded in death by husband Ernest J. Manicchia; mother Barbara Brichetto and father Arthur Brichetto Sr.; brother Arthur Brichetto Jr. and sister Diane Hicks.

Joann is survived by son Phillip Manicchia and wife Jennifer, son Peter Manicchia, and son Paul Manicchia and wife Ashley; grandchildren Payton, Logan, Dylan, Heather, Aubin, Matson, Tyler and Aydan, and 6 great-grandchildren.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.calvaryhilldallas.com for the Manicchia family.

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Stephanie Kuykendall

June 25, 2020

Rest in paradise, sweet JoAnn. You will be dearly missed. Thank you for being there for me when i didnt have my life fully together. Always listening when i needed advice or "girl talk" You were always so kind, loving, funny sweet, and very generous. You will forever be in my heart. Xoxo love Steph!

Armando Beltran

June 24, 2020

My condolences to the family for your loss of a wonderful, caring mother, grandmother and mother-in-law. I only new her for a short time but every time I met her, she was kind and willing to lend a hand. She would welcome me and my son's with open arms and treated us as family at the ranch. It was always a pleasure to have dinner and a good conversation with her. She will surely be missed and the world will not be the same without her. Rest in Pease Jo Ann and I will light a candle to light your way.

FROM THE FAMILY
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