In Memory

Greg Manfull - Class Of 1975

Greg Manfull

November 30, 1956 - April 27, 2020 Greg Manfull, of Riverside, CA, 63, passed away the end of April. Greg was born in Texas and attended Moreno Valley High School. He joins his heavenly family - father Jack, mother Dorothy, sister Lynn, & brother Tim. He is survived by his sister Cindy (Dan), nephew (Erik), niece (Doni) and several cousins. He never married. Greg was an outstanding delivery driver for Anheuser Busch for 30 years. He enjoyed fishing and bowling. Services are postponed during the pandemic so join his family and friends in saying a prayer & raising a beer in toast to Greg and to life.


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06/29/20 10:02 AM #1    

Nick Buehler (1971)

So sorry to hear of Greg's passing. I knew Greg through my relationship with his sister Lynn. I pray that the family which took such good care of me will be comforted by our Lord in the knowledge of His grace. 

06/29/20 08:45 PM #2    

Jim Campbell (1975)

Wow! Sad news. Greg and I grew up just a street apart. Was friends with him and sister Lynn. Although we didn't always run with the same crowd we always seem to run into each other or have classes together.

I really got to know Greg a few years after high school when me, Doug Harmon, and Greg shared a house in Riverside for 3 or 4 years. What a great time that was. We had some great Super Bowl parties, and made some really fun runs to the river.

Havn't seen Greg in quite a few years, last time was at a reunion maybe 15yrs ago or so. Except for some grey hair he was exactly the same. We picked up just like we hadn't seen each other for just a day.

Greg was a good soul, I'm saddened to know he's gone     RIP

06/30/20 03:28 PM #3    

Janet Buchwald (Millard) (1975)

Greg was in my Class of 75, and the Manfull family lived right around the corner from my house. I knew Tim, Lynn, and Cindy from MVHS and the Edgemont days.  Greg was the athlete and a car dude. The girls all thought he was cute.  Sad to hear we have lost another, and my condolences to you Cindy.

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