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Richard Manasco

Richard "Bob" Manasco

Saturday, February 12th, 1938 - Saturday, January 16th, 2021
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Obituary

Richard "Bob" Manasco 82, of Hillsdale, IL, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 16th, 2021, at his home.
A private family service will be held at Wendt Funeral Home in Moline and he will be laid to rest at Greenview Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers the family asks that any donations be sent to St. Jude's.

Bob was born in Winfield, AL, on February 12, 1938, to Frank and Lema (Webster) Manasco. He married Jan Davis on
May 30, 1959 in Rock Island, IL.

Bob served in the U.S. Army from 1961 to 1963. He worked at John Deere Foundry for 42 years as a supervisor, retiring in January of 1993.

Bob loved spending time with his grandchildren in which included traveling, gardening, camping, fishing, and hunting. He also enjoyed going to Florida for the winters.

Survivors include his wife Jan, daughter; Cheri Church of Mt. Vernon, MO, son; Bob (Nicole) Manasco of Geneseo, IL, and five grandchildren; Amanda Almanza, David Johnson, Cody Church, Anna McVay, Alex McVay, eight great-grandchildren, and a brother; Don Manasco of Guin, AL.

He was preceded in death by his parents, a son-in-law Wes, three brothers and three sisters.


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Service Details

  • Private Family Service

    Location
    Wendt Funeral Home
    Address
    1811 - 15th St. Pl.
    Moline, IL 61265
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    No date or times should be listed in newspaper or on website/Facebook
  • Interment

    Location
    Greenview Memorial Gardens
    Address
    1201 Avenue of the Cities
    East Moline, Illinois 61244
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Kayleigh Wooden

Posted at 09:11pm
I know this is a bit late before I am one of his great grand children my name is Kayleigh and I will always miss my papa I know he is better now but it still seems not real to me and the minute I saw that casket I broke down in tears because of how much I miss him but I had a pretty good time hanging out with him every chance I could shh don’t tell anyone but I am his favorite

Dave Bernstrom

Posted at 06:33pm
I didn't know your father as well as I would have liked. As far as I could tell he was pretty much your quintessential Midwest farmer. The kind of guy you could depend on to take care of his family and neighbors. I know that your folks and mine both tolerated a whole lot of basement role-playing and general shenanigans throughout our teen years. I do smile when remembering the "magnetic earing incident." Anything you need, brother, you have only to ask.
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Marty Golby

Posted at 06:23pm
Our sympathy to Bob and Nicole and the entire Manasco family. We are thinking of you.
Sincerely, Marty and Sue Golby, Geneseo, IL.
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The Kellers

Posted at 11:34am
Please accept our deepest sympathy for your loss. In remembrance of Mr. Manasco and his appreciation of nature, a tree is being planted in his honor.
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Erin & Mildred La Russo

Posted at 10:29pm
We send you thoughts of peace and courage, your family is in our thoughts and prayers.
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