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Manuel De Jesus Sardinha

May 2, 1970October 23, 2020
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Manuel De Jesus Sardinha, born May 2, 1970, passed away at his home on October 23, 2020. He will be greatly missed for his sense of humor, his contagious laugh, and the dedication he had for the people he loved most. Manuel is survived by his parents, Manuel and Isaura Sardinha, his two children Summer and Miles Sardinha, his siblings, Maria Filipe and Andre Sardinha, and his beloved fiancé, Tina Purpura. We will always cherish him for his ability to make everybody feel so welcome. Rosary, Tuesday November 3, 2020 at 6 pm with visitation from 5 pm to 8 pm at Lima Family Santa Clara, 466 North Winchester Blvd. in Santa Clara. Mass, Wednesday November 4, 2020 at 11 am at St. Clare Church, 941 Lexington St. in Santa Clara.

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    Wednesday, November 4, 2020

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November 2, 2020

My deepest condolences to the family. When I first met Manuel, I was immediately intimated by his presence but soon realized he was a big softie. He made you feel welcome, he loved animals, God, and most of all, he deeply Adored his children. I have never seen anyone so devoted & dedicated to his kids like Manuel, he cherished them with every ounce of his being. Summer and Miles, he is so proud of you both. Keep making him proud and do everything he taught you. I am very sorry for your loss.

Paula Pepperell

October 30, 2020

Paula Pepperell

October 30, 2020

Paula Pepperell

October 30, 2020

Jesse Afoa

October 29, 2020

I had the pleasure of getting to know manny a little bit just recently. I heard good things about him thru a relative and by the time I met him everything checked out. Manny coached me to stay clean and sober. He told me what I needed to hear and not what I wanted to hear. HE DID NOT TELL ME WHAT I WANTED TO HEAR. Lol. I appreciated him for that. He shared with me something his grandpa taught him, “stay true to yourself, stay grounded in who you are”. He talked a lot about his kids and how proud he is of them. His daughter, the singer and his son, the cop in texas. I’d start convos about politic or religion and he’d shut it down immediately saying stuff like, “ stay in the moment, stop worrying about things you can’t control”. I disliked him for that but respected it. And now full cherish it because I use that same mindset today with almost 3months without drugs or alcohol. He gave me my 30 day clean and sober chip. God bless the family. I miss you Manny.

-Jesse

Maria Filipe

October 28, 2020

Words cannot express my sorrow.

Joanne Black

October 27, 2020

Happy memories: making snow monsters for the kids.

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