Obituary of John Robert Manley
John R Manley 1944 – 2019
John Robert Manley, 74, of Sun City Center went to be with Our Lord on April 28th 2019. John was born August 16th 1944 in Denver Colorado, the son of Betty Whitely and John R Manley Sr. He is survived and will be missed dearly by his loving wife Gail Marie, brother Scott Manley and sister Jo Shoemake. John was a dedicated father, leaving behind children Brandon (Aimee) Manley of Tampa, Florida, Sean Manley (Ashley) of Portland Oregon, Alexis (Jesse) Larson of Colville, Washington and Cullen Manley (Stéphanie) of Fort Collins, Colorado. He will also be missed by his grandchildren Sadie, Jonah, Brooklyn and Samara.
John was CEO of the Portland Golf Club in Oregon for 18 years. He worked in Country Club Management all over the United States for over 40 years, retiring in 2013. He was a lifelong member of the Club Managers Association of America, receiving their highest designation as Certified Chief Executive. John also served as the Oregon Chapter President. He loved skiing, fishing and golfing. His favorite pastime was traveling the country with his wife to spend quality time with their family, whom he adored.
As a parishioner of St Anne’s Catholic Church in Ruskin Florida, John led a full life of faith and gratitude. There will be a Memorial Mass at St. Anne's Catholic Church in Ruskin on Monday May 13th at 11:00am.
The family would like to thank the caring, dedicated staff at Moffitt Cancer Center and remarkable nurses at Lifepath Hospice, as well as Visiting Angels.
In lieu of flowers, they ask your consideration of a donation to these amazing charitable organizations:
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