OBITUARY

Manuel "Jesus" Sudaria Lopez

December 25, 1942May 8, 2018
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Manuel “Jesus” S. Lopez, a resident of Sunnyvale for 15 years, joined our Lord in heaven, Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at Valley Medical Hospital in San Jose. Born on December 25, 1942 in Cabugao, Ilocos Sur. Born to late Marcelina Savella Sudaria and late Mariano Mangibin Lopez of Bangar, La Union, Philippines. He was the oldest of five siblings; Josefa “Jo”, Josie, Marina (deceased), Virginia and Alejandro “Alex” (deceased). He attended Elementary School in Cabugao. He left Cabugao and headed to Manila to pursue his education, enrolled at the Yuico Technical Institute in Quezon City where he completed his 2 years course of Auto Mechanic (equivalent to Associate of Arts in the States) and was awarded a diploma with honor. After graduation, he worked for Camp Aguinaldo Military base as lead mechanic, due to hard and good relationship with management and co-workers, he was promoted to supervisory rank which he held for 10 years. He was stationed in Davao, Mindanao, worked for the 11th (MSPC) Military Support Point Command Division for 14 years where he met the love of his life Carmencita Maniwang in 1976. Then went back to Camp Aguinaldo to complete his 44 years of service. They were blessed with 3 children; Jesse (currently resides in Quezon City), late Josie Mae and Joanna. Jesse Jr, his eldest son was left behind because he turned over 21 year-old and married. He retired from his job when his sister Josie informed him to prepare himself, wife Carmencita and daughters; late Josie Mae and Joanna for US embassy appointments. Later all four of them migrated to the United States in 2003. He and his family resided with Sister Josie. He was diagnosed diabetic in 2004 and immediately was treated with insulin. He was in dialysis for 8 years until his death. During those years of dialysis he looks normal and strong & showed no sign of illness, until lately, and we knew he suffered internally. He maintained a close relationship with his children, late parents and siblings. He is survived by his wife, Carmencita, Jesse (Maybel), Joanna (Marvin Roxas) and grandchildren Maysie, Marion, Marcel and Josiah Mar Lopez. Also survived by 3 sisters; Josefa “Jo”, Josie and Virgie.

Services

25 May

Funeral Mass

10:30 am

St. Martin Church


593 Central Ave. Sunnyvale, CA 94087

25 May

Burial

12:00 pm

Cedar Lawn Cemetery


48800 Warm Springs Blvd. Fremont, CA 94539

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation Thursday, May 24, 2018
  • Rosary Service Thursday, May 24, 2018
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Biography

Manuel “Jesus” S. Lopez, a resident of Sunnyvale for 15 years, joined our Lord in heaven, Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at Valley Medical Hospital in San Jose.
Born on December 25, 1942 in Cabugao, Ilocos Sur. Born to late Marcelina Savella Sudaria and late Mariano Mangibin Lopez of Bangar, La Union, Philippines. He was the oldest of five siblings; Josefa “Jo”, Josie, Marina (deceased), Virginia and Alejandro “Alex” (deceased). He attended Elementary School in Cabugao.
He left Cabugao and headed to Manila to pursue his education, enrolled at the Yuico Technical Institute in Quezon City where he completed his 2 years course of Auto Mechanic (equivalent to Associate of Arts in the States) and was awarded a diploma with honor.
After graduation, he worked for Camp Aguinaldo Military base as lead mechanic, due to hard and good relationship with management and co-workers, he was promoted to supervisory rank which he held for 10 years.
He was stationed in Davao, Mindanao, worked for the 11th (MSPC) Military Support Point Command Division for 14 years where he met the love of his life Carmencita Maniwang in 1976. Then went back to Camp Aguinaldo to complete his 44 years of service. They were blessed with 3 children; Jesse (currently resides in Quezon City), late Josie Mae and Joanna. Jesse Jr, his eldest son was left behind because he turned over 21 year-old and married.
He retired from his job when his sister Josie informed him to prepare himself, wife Carmencita and daughters; late Josie Mae and Joanna for US embassy appointments. Later all four of them migrated to the United States in 2003. He and his family resided with Sister Josie.
He was diagnosed diabetic in 2004 and immediately was treated with insulin. He was in dialysis for 8 years until his death. During those years of dialysis he looks normal and strong & showed no sign of illness, until lately, and we knew he suffered internally.
He maintained a close relationship with his children, late parents and siblings. He is survived by his wife, Carmencita, Jesse (Maybel), Joanna (Marvin Roxas) and grandchildren Maysie, Marion, Marcel and Josiah Mar Lopez. Also survived by 3 sisters; Josefa “Jo”, Josie and Virgie.