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John Manning

John Francis Xavier Manning, 83, of Enfield, passed away Friday, Jan. 5, 2018, at his home. He was the loving husband of Veronica (Pipa) Manning.

Born in New York City, a son of the late Bernard Joseph and Anne Veronica (O'Neill) Manning, he had been a resident of Crestwood, New York, for most of his life, before moving to the Somers community in 1996, where he resided until moving to Enfield three years ago. Prior to his retirement, John was employed for many years in the financial marketplace on Wall Street. He was a faithful communicant of St. Cecilia Church in Wilbraham, Massachusetts, and was a U.S. Navy veteran, proudly serving as a navy pilot. He treasured family gatherings and especially valued his time with his grandchildren and great granddaughter. John also enjoyed working in his garden, sailing, and was proud to have run in two New York City Marathons.

In addition to Veronica, his devoted wife of 60 years, John leaves his four caring children and their spouses, Kathleen Manning Broggini and Richard of Glastonbury, Carolyn Manning Palomba and Edward of Somers, John F. X. Manning II and Cynthia of Boxford, Massachusetts, and Gregory B. Manning and Diana of New Fairfield; 11 grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter. John is also survived by his brother, Bernard Manning of Tarrytown, New York; three sisters, Barbara Conway of Ponte Vedra, Florida, Sheila Schaberick of Breezy Point, New York, and Brenda Klumpp and her husband, John, of Lake Mohawk, New Jersey; and his brother-in-law, Albert Pipa and his wife, Elizabeth, of Pleasantville, New York. He was predeceased by his grandson, Patrick Palomba; and his sister, Maureen Fanning.