Our beloved father, grandfather, and friend, Manuel S. Garcia II, entered into eternal rest on June 29, 2021 at the young age of 64. He was born on August 9, 1956 to parents: Manuel and Mary Garcia in Harlingen, Texas. Manuel’s life employments included working in the health industry as a supply chain technician for 10 years. To his first union, he shared 25 years of marriage with Jeri Lynn Duncan and then came: Manuel Garcia III, Daniel A. Garcia, Linda R. Garcia, and Misty M. Garcia. They raised their four children together. Manuel was a hard worker who lived a great life, and was a positive role model and father-figure to his children, especially his sons teaching them everything leading up to manhood. He also enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, who affectionately called him “Grandpa.” Manuel will be deeply missed by all whom loved him dearly. He is preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his loving children, Manuel S. Garcia III Roxann), Daniel A. Garcia (Amy), Misty M. Garcia (Adam), and Linda R. Garcia (Pablo),16 grandchildren; and a host of close relatives and friends. A Funeral Service will begin on Monday, July 12, 2021 at 10:00AM at MeadowLawn Funeral Home, 5611 E. Houston Street. Interment will be in MeadowLawn Memorial Park Cemetery.

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  1. Please accept our heartfelt condolences for your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family. May God bless and comfort you during this time.

  2. My condolences go out to you and all the family he was a great man and he will be truly missed love and prayers for all the family may he rest in peace

  3. If you think about the last time you saw Manuel then you noticed he was smiling & was very calm. That is the memory I will carry with me always. My heart aches for the loss of my brother. He battled cancer bravely & didn’t complain about the obvious pain. I smile now at the thought that he is no longer in pain. I smile now that he’s keeping our parents company. I smile now that one day we shall meet again & continue laughing at each others silliness. Rest in peace my brother, I will always love you! Margie T Garcia

  4. Manuel Garcia Was Always there for me in the past. More than a few times he took me into his home and and treated me nothing but love and Respect . Part of what I am today was because of Manuel And Aunt Jeri ! You will be missed Manuel Garcia ! RIP my Brother ❤️

  5. Our heartfelt condolences for your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family. May God bless and comfort you during this time.

  6. My brother-in-law & my friend. Manuel was always an easy going, friendly & a good, decent man. Rest in peace, Bro. May you always be Gone Fishin’! Cory A Patchin

  7. My dear brother, you are in my thoughts. I will miss you! Sending you love and remembrance! Love you, your sister Vivian

  8. My prayers for you will never end. Being so far away from each other, I cherish the calls we shared & even when you weren’t feeling well, your voice was strong & comforting. I will miss our talks (& disagreements) about sports, politics (never a disagreement) & life. I will forever hear your voice saying “I love you, little sister. Say hi to Cory for me” anytime we said goodbye. Rest in peace, brother. I love you. ~Your little sister Gloria Garcia Patchin

  9. Thank you Manny for the lunches shared at work. I will remember the stories we shared of family, sports, travels, and news events. Thank you for the laughs, your support on the floor, and genuine kindness. Always cool under pressure and going the extra mile for the nurses and staff. You will be missed but never forgotten.❤️ Frank

  10. I also was married to to Manuel Garcia he’ll be truly missed we share some happy years together until we got divorced but we still stay friends you surely be missed always have a special place in my heart for you Manuel

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