OBITUARY

Manuel Suniga

May 6, 1955November 2, 2018
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Manuel Suniga was born on May 6, 1955 in Madera, California and passed away on November 2, 2018 in Fresno, California

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, November 13, 2018
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, November 14, 2018
REMEMBERING

Manuel Suniga

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Angela Escalon

November 16, 2018

Thanks for attending my wedding Tio Manuel and Tia Jenny 2/25/12
Thanks for coming to our 5 year Anniversary celebration 2/25/17
Wife of John Escalon
Daughter of Angelina Suniga
Favorite niece of Manuel Suniga Sr.
You'll always be remembered in our 💕 Hearts. Love you forever

Angelica Castaneda

November 15, 2018

We love you and will miss you!!! 💜

Carmel Flores

November 13, 2018

To my friend manuel who i have known a long time as a friend and a ball player when we played for sams and Andy s . May your family be blessed and may they remember that they will see you again for the load has said so. i will miss seeing you but i know that i will see you again and my friends. Your best friend mello.

Jose Guerrero

November 13, 2018

I want to say thank you for everything you have done for my family. And always being there from the best times to the worst times. Love you so much and miss you. It saddens me that you are gone but brings me peace to know your pain is gone. We will all be reunited one day. May god love you more than anyone on earth. Love your grandson. Chepe

RAYMOND RUIZ

November 11, 2018

WELL I WANT TO SAY THAT I MISS YOU AND LOVE YOU AND SOMETIMES I CATCH MYSELF STILL CHECKING ON HIM TO SEE IF HE IS OK,I LOVE AND MISS YOU POPS AND FIND MY SELF TEARFUL WHEN I THINK OF YOU LOVE YOU POPS AND MY FREIND I WILL SEE YOU AGAIN ONE DAY.NOW MY CRIMEY IS GONE FOR FEEDING SHELBY

Esperanza Hernandez

November 10, 2018

I will miss you so much, I will always keep your memory with me. I will always remember all the good things we did together. I will always love you. We will see each other again this isn't goodbye but more of a I'll see you later ❤

Jimmy Medina

November 8, 2018

To Mrs. Suniga and family....I have known Manuel since we were in our 20s.....when he was driving for Holt lumber....we crossed paths on the softball fields....now he is suited up again to play in heaven....they need catchers and clean up hitters up there...I hope he remembers me when the send for outfielders.....my condolences and prayers to all of yo u...I am honored to have had Manuel as one of my friends R.I.Paradise Brother .....your friend Jimmy Medina....Meno,..

Carlos Puente

November 7, 2018

To Jenny and family I have known my Comparde Manuel for over 40 year's , we played softball for Andy's for 8 years played basketball for a few year's.He will be missed by a lot of friends especially me .May he rest in peace,we shall meet again compardre Carlos and Yolanda Puente our condolences

Cynthia Ruiz

November 6, 2018

Angelica Castaneda

November 6, 2018

Biography

Manuel Suniga 63, was born in Madera, Ca on May 6, 1955 to Andrew and Pauline Suniga. Manuel, a loving husband, dad, brother, grandpa, and friend went to be with The Lord on November 2, 2018 after a long battle with cancer.

Manuel had a great sense of humor, he loved to make people laugh and pick on all the great grand kids. His goofy smile and contagious energy could light up any room. Manuel loved all sports, with a great passion for baseball. He played as a young child, through high school, and his adult years. He was a big fan of the LA Dodgers, the LA Rams, and the Fresno State Bulldogs.

Manuel enjoyed working as a truck driver for over 30 years. Driving for numerous companies such as Scully, Holt Lumber, Gardner and Hoovesol. He and his wife Jennie of 25+ years loved exploring different casinos and always trying to hit it big! She was his good luck charm.

Manuel will be greatly missed by all his friends and family.
He is survived by his loving wife Jennie Suniga, 4 sons, 5 step children, his brother and sisters, along with 20 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren.