Mannix, Reverend Father John Aloysius SM Death Notices 1996

MANNIX, Rex [Rev]. Fr. John Aloysius S.M.
Beloved son of the late Michael and Mary Mannix, loved brother and [of] the late Imelda Hawkey, Monica, Vincent, and Fr James S.M., dearly loved and respected uncle of Neil, Peter, Jude McConell, Phillip, and Pam Prestney and great uncle of all his niece and nephews.

MANNIX, Rev. Fr. John Aloysius S.M.
(61 years ordained a Priest).
On September 2, 1996, peacefully, at The St John of God Holy Family Home, Hastings, loved and respected member of the Society of Mary.
“Requiescat in Pace”.
Rosary will be recited in the Holy Family Home Chapel, Hastings, tomorrow, Tuesday, September 3, 1996, at 4.30pm.
Evening prayer of the church will be said in the Sacred Heart Church, Heretaunga Street East, Hastings, tomorrow, Tuesday, September 3, 1996, at 7pm.
Requiem Mass will be concelebrated in the Sacred Heart Church on Wednesday, September 4, 1996, at 2pm, followed by interment at the Hastings Lawn Cemetery.
Tong and Peryer Ltd, FDANZ, phone (06) 878 5149.

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2 September 1996

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The Hawke's Bay Herald-Tribune

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