Manuel Ramirez Castro Jr.

October 29, 1967 - March 11, 2024
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Manuel R. Castro, Jr., was born on October 29, 1967, in Deming, NM.  Growing up in New Mexico fueled his love for camping in the mountains and a good fishing spot. His love for the Lord ignited in his early teens and propelled him into full time ministry as a young adult.  He fell inContinue Reading

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Jesse left a message on March 18, 2024:
Missing you forever my angel.
Rob Sumner left a message on March 15, 2024:
Manny, you were a great friend and kind and compassionate to anyone you met. Thank you for your friendship and your dedication to the Lord. We met early in our college years and you left an impression in my life that I will never forget. My prayers are with you all Castro family.
Todd and Mary Lee Tumlinson left a message on March 14, 2024:
Patti, we are so sorry to hear about Manny. I am so glad I met him at SAGU and how we became great friends. I will always cherish the times we got to play ball together and our talk's. He will always be a great friend . Praying for y’all. You have our number so please call if we can do anything
Duane Gryder left a message on March 14, 2024:
My condolences to the family. One of the things that impressed me about Manny was not just his relationship with the Lord, but his relationship with his family. His love for his wife and his children was so apparent. His legacy will live on through them.
Bobby Garcia left a message on March 14, 2024:
Really enjoyed our breakfast & chats when y’all lived in El Paso. Our prayers & most sincere condolences are with the family.
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Yyuvone Heidelberger left a message on March 14, 2024:
I first met Manny and Patti at Baptist Children's Home in Waxahachie TX. They were our relief parents l. We became fast friends. We celebrated Manny's seminary graduation with them. Shared in some caregiver traumas. We have stayed connected all these years. Manny and I have had a connection around humor. When I think of Manny I see the twinkle in his eyes and the smirk on his face. My heart is broken for Patti and the kids and grandkids. You all were his world. We don't fully understand why the failing of our earthly bodies gives way to our heavenly home and leaves such a hole in the hearts of those we love most. Patti, and kids... Manny would want you to laugh,love everyone well and live your best life! We will see him again in his glorified body. We are praying for all of you!
Paul Y. Ariaz left a message on March 14, 2024:
I met Manny in 2011 at Haliburton. Manny always had a glow about him. I found out that glow was because he was a man of God. It was pretty rough the first year at Haliburton but Manny seemed to navigate those waters unscathed. I would always tell Manny to pray for me because a “Manny prayer” packs a different punch than the rest of our prayers. I’m sorry for your loss. I pray for his family.
Lake Ridge Chapel & Memorial Designers left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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