Roy Rogelio Manliguez
Roy Rogelio Manliguez
Roy Rogelio Manliguez
Roy Rogelio Manliguez
Roy Rogelio Manliguez
Roy Rogelio Manliguez

Obituary of Roy Rogelio Gubisch Manliguez

Born: March 25, 1960 – May 26, 2022

Roy was welcomed to heaven on May 26th, joining his father Teodulo Manliguez, and her sister Caroline Morris.

Born in Surigao, Philippines, and grew up in BF Homes, Paranaque. While growing up he was loved by many as he is a special person with a kind heart, respectful, and a gentleman. He goes to a special school and loves to play basketball.He migrated to the USA in 1987 and lived in Sacramento, Ca. He’s happy to be around people. He loves to travel, eat good food, and party. He entertains the guests by sharing his life stories, loved ones, world events, and pretty much any topics,and most of all he loves to make jokes. He loved to watch cartoons, food networks, and action movies. He listens to classical music and his favorite singer, Michael Jackson. Eating out in a nice restaurant after Sunday mass. He believes in praying and having complete faith in the catholic church.He is survived by her mother Virginia, brother John and sisters Ruth and Stella, and a loving extended family-in-laws Mylene, nephew Michael, Epefanio, and Medina.  Roy will be dearly missed by many people with his words of wisdom, kindness, jokes, and entertainment. He was inspired by kind people, especially the people who served in the military.

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Wednesday
8
June

Vigil and Rosary

4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Wednesday, June 8, 2022
Sacramento Memorial Lawn
6100 Stockton Boulevard
Sacramento, California, United States
916-421-1171
Thursday
9
June

Funeral Mass

10:00 am
Thursday, June 9, 2022
St. Paul Catholic Church
8720 Florin Rd.
Sacramento, California, United States
Thursday
9
June

Committal

11:30 am
Thursday, June 9, 2022
Sacramento Memorial Lawn
6100 Stockton Boulevard
Sacramento, California, United States
916-421-1171
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