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    Art Manzanares, 1930 ~ 2010

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    Surrounded by his family, our beloved dad and grandpa, Arthur Manzanares, passed away peacefully at his home in Price on March 20, 2010, due to complications from a stroke that he suffered last June.

    Art was born Oct. 19, 1930 in Monticello, Utah to Cleofes Archuletta and Bill Guiermo Manzanares. While in Monticello, he married Florence Torres, on Sept. 24, 1949. They had seven children together. Billy, Leroy, Steven, Michael, Kenneth, Julie, and Christina

    In the late 1960s Art moved to Moab, where he had many wonderful friends. In 2001, Art moved to Price, Utah. We are forever thankful for his decision to move close to us, and very grateful for the bonds and joyful memories that followed.

    Art loved the great outdoors, watching the Jazz games and especially fishing with his kids and grandkids. He was a uranium and coal miner, construction worker, and also liked working as an extra in the many movies that were filmed in the great valley of Moab.

    Art had a great sense of humor, and was always a lot of fun to be around. He will be greatly missed!

    He is survived by his sons, Bill (Monene) of South Jordan, Utah, Lee (Priscilla), Steven (Joann), Michael and Kenneth, and a daughter, Christina Herrera (Benny), all of Price; he is also survived by his daughter, Julie Manzanares, of Logan,Utah; and stepson, Johnny Salazar of Payson, Utah; many loving grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and beloved nieces and nephews.

    Art is preceded in death by his parents, brother, Susano, and sisters, Pomasena Gallegos, Sylvia Nieves, Lena Maestas, Lucille Garcia, and Anna Razo.

    A funeral Mass will be held Thursday, March 25, at 10 a.m. at the Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church. A vigil service, was held Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. at Mitchell Funeral Home in Price. Family members were at Mitchell’s on Wednesday and will also be there Thursday one hour prior to services.

    The committal service will be at Cliffview Cemetery in Price.

    Friends are welcome to share online memories of Art at

    A special thanks to Rocky Mountain Hospice nurses Melissa, Kourtney and Deborah. The family would also like to thank critical nurse staffing, nurse Michelle, and a very, very special thanks to Joann Manzanares, Christina Herrera, Johnny Salazar, Nickolas Bencomo and Maylynn Young for their commitment in caring for Dad.

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