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Birth Date: 
Oct 5, 1935
Date of death: 
Sep 3, 2021

Hugh E. McLoone passed away peacefully on Sept. 3, 2021.

Born in Brooklyn, NY on Oct. 5, 1935 to Hugh and Elizabeth McLoone, he attended St. John’s University. Post-graduation, he was active in their alumni association, receiving the Pietas Medal (1995).

Hugh served in the U. S. Navy aboard the USS Ticonderoga CVA14, earning a Naval Commendation Medal, and in the Naval Reserves until his retirement as Captain in 1990. Until recently, he was on the faculty of the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, RI, and active with the Naval War College Foundation. Hugh earned an MBA from Golden Gate University, San Francisco, pursuing a career as a Certified Public Accountant. A lifelong learner, Hugh enjoyed reading, art, music, wine tasting, and martial arts, earning a black belt in Aikido. Hugh is survived by his three sons and their families: Hugh Jr. and Mary, Matthew, and Paul and Susan; and four grandchildren: Sean, Rose, Jack and Claire. He has a brother, Dennis and his wife Mary, in Staten Island, NY. He’s also loved by his nephew John-Paul and niece Jordana in Sydney, Australia, with his brother Jack deceased) and his wife Carol. While born and raised on the East coast, Hugh loved the Bay Area, residing in Alameda, for over 40 years.

Birth Date: 
Feb 24, 1970
Date of death: 
Aug 20, 2021

Resident of Alameda

Lifelong Alameda resident Steve Manzo, Sr. passed away peacefully on August 20th, 2021, after a brief illness. Steve, Sr. is survived by his children, Steven, Jr., Julia, Samuel and Alyssa Manzo, his mother Sandie Manzo and siblings Laurie and Lou Manzo, Jr. and niece Alexandria and nephews Tyler and Tanner Manzo. He is preceded in death by his father Lou Manzo Sr.

Steve was a loving and dedicated father, son, sibling, uncle, and godfather as well as a loyal and true friend to many. We are saddened by his early passing but find comfort in our shared memories with him. Please join us as we honor his life and memory.

Visitation will be held on Thursday, September 16th from 12-4 pm at Greer Family Mortuary, 2694 Blanding Ave. Alameda, CA. followed by a 7 pm Vigil service at St. Philip Neri Church, 3100 Van Buren Street. Funeral Mass will be held on Friday, September 17th at 10 a.m., St. Philip Neri Church, 3100 Van Buren Street followed by a Committal service at 1 pm at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery, 26320 Mission Blvd., Hayward, CA.

Birth Date: 
Oct 5, 1935
Date of death: 
Sep 3, 2021

Hugh E. McLoone passed away peacefully on September 3, 2021. Born in Brooklyn, NY on October 5, 1935 to Hugh and Elizabeth McLoone, he attended St. John’s University. Post-graduation, he was active in their alumni association, receiving the Pietas Medal (1995). Hugh served in the U. S. Navy aboard the USS Ticonderoga CVA14, earning a Naval Commendation Medal, and in the Naval Reserves until his retirement as Captain in 1990. Until recently, he was on the faculty of the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, RI and active with the Naval War College Foundation. Hugh earned an MBA from Golden Gate University, San Francisco, pursuing a carrier as a Certified Public Account. A life-long learner, Hugh enjoyed reading, art, music, wine tasting, and martial arts, earning a black belt in Aikido. Hugh is survived by his three sons and their families: Hugh Jr. and Mary, Matthew, and Paul and Susan, and four grandchildren: Sean, Rose, Jack, and Claire. He has a brother Dennis and his wife Mary in Staten Island, NY. He’s also loved by his nephew John-Paul and niece Jordana in Sydney, Australia, with his brother Jack (deceased) and his wife Carol. While born and raised on the East coast, Hugh loved the Bay Area, residing in Alameda, CA for over 40 years.

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