Marion ManleyMarch 24,2013Marion Manley Rites
A funeral Mass for Marion A. Manley, 85, who died March 18, 2013, in Rutland, was celebrated Saturday, March 23, in Immaculate Heart of Mary Church.
Officiating was the Rev. Remigius Ntahondi, pastor.
Organist was Richard Brown. Vocalist was Lori Routhier.
Speaker was Jim Manley, a son.
Gift bearers were Jennifer Miglis and Paige Manley.
Bearers were Eric Manley, Thomas Murray, Jacob Manley, Adam Miglis, Pierce Manley and Jonathan Turner.
A reception followed in St. Anne’s Hall.
Arrangements were under the direction of the Clifford Funeral Home.
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