Manuel Contreras

Nov 6, 1927 - Jul 23, 2022

St. Mary Cemetery
6509 Fruitridge Rd
Sacramento, Ca, 95820

Obituary

Manuel Contreras, died peacefully of natural causes in his residence on July 23rd,2022 at the age of 94.
Manuel was born on November 6th,1927 in Tahoka, TX. He was a U.S. Army Veteran, long time employee of Libby’s Cannery, and retired San Juan Unified School District employee.
Manuel was preceded in death by his mother Eustorjia, and two infant daughters Carol Ann and Mary Ann.
Manuel is survived by his brother, Frank; his loving wife of 61 years, Ernestine (Tina); his children, Mary (Tom), Barbara (Steve), Monica, and Elena (Michael – deceased); 7 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren.

Guestbook

  • Elena Contreras says:

    I miss my dad 💔💔💔

  • Mary Lou Segura says:

    I was so sorry to hear about the loss of this kind and compassionate man. He was fun to be around, loved music and devoted so much time and effort in assuring his music was in perfect condition. Although I have not seen him for many years I still considered him a brother ❤️
    God bless and give Ernie and his family peace and strength to endure this great loss.

  • Barbara Vegas says:

    Daddy Steve and. I will miss you terribly so willthe kids & grandkids. Veronica (Pokie,Betty) & Carlos, Santiago, Andres & Valentno Tell. Gerard jr (Jerry) & Marisa, Jerry lll & Malia Acevedo, Jesse (Chuchee), Adrian & Jesse Acevedo will miss you too. I will always talk of your love of taking pictures and listening to music. I LOVE YOU Frever. Dont worry Mom will be taken good care of. Till we meet again. Give my grandma,grandpa and tias a liss from us.

  • Pokie says:

    I miss you grandpa 😢 I hope you found yourself a nice comfy recliner so you can sit and listen to your records.

    Please watch over us…especially your “Vieja”. Till we meet again…Love you ❤️

  • Santiago Tell says:

    I miss you grandpa! You taught me my love for tea and music! May you rest peaceful among the clouds and watch over us

  • Andres Tell says:

    I miss you grandpa, you taught me my love of cinema from all the movies we used to watch at the house, we all love and cherished you, we’ll meet again eventually.

  • Diana Montes says:

    When I first met Mokies dad he called me white so I called him Brownie. He always a had a smile for me. R.I.P.

  • Linda Avalos says:

    My cousin Manuel was definitely my favorite cousin growing up in the 60’s. He was always around to help my mom and the rest of the family if needed. He was fun loving, With great sense of humor , the family photographer and a devoted father and husband. He will be missed by all who know him.

  • Chris Avalos says:

    Rest in peace Godfather. I always missed the times my mother take me over to your house to see my godmother and you. I remember it always being fun and my cousin Elena giving me my first comic book collection. I always remembered those times. I can second everything my mother said about this good man.

  • Annie carrillo says:

    Mr C. R.I.P. I will for sure miss you 😥🙏

  • Jeanette Victorio says:

    I will be ever grateful that I was given the chance to speak to you in your final hours uncle. I know that there’s a room full of reel-to-reels and camera equipment waiting for you. Please let grandma and Auntie Bobby know that I love and remember them…and may God keep and hold you. Love, What’s-Her- Name ❤️

  • Valentino Tell says:

    Miss you grandpa! You’re in a great place now and you lived a long good life! Im glad you were able to meet grandma because without her she wouldn’t have had grammy and without grammy she wouldn’t have had my mom and without her I wouldn’t be here

  • Monica Contreras says:

    I love you daddy.

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