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Manuel A. Villavicencio, 98.

CLINTON Manuel A. Villavicencio, 98, of 277 Main St. died on Friday, March 9, 2007 at home following an illness. He is preceded in death by his beloved wife Dolores M. (Aguilar) Villavicencio, who died in 1975.

He is survived by a daughter, Nelly Fernandez and her husband Eugene, of Clinton; two sisters, Carmen Villavicencio and Zoila Moura of Ecuador; ten grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a son, Marco Villavicencio; a daughter, Julia Cardenas; two brothers, Armador and Juan Villavicencio; two sisters, Raquel and Maria Villavicencio; and a grandson, Christian Cardenas.

Manuel was born in Ecuador to the late Augustine and Lastenia (Toledo) Villavicencio and attended local schools. He was a career miner and throughout his lifetime worked for various companies in Ecuador before ultimately retiring and moving to the United States in 1979. He was a man of strong faith and active member of the Clinton Spanish Seventh day Adventist Church. He enjoyed reading, writing, and above all spending time with his loving family.

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Leahy-McDonald Funeral Home, 111-02 Atlantic Ave., Richmond Hill, New York, and are under the local direction of the Philbin-Comeau Funeral Home, 176 Water St., Clinton. Memorial contributions may be made to the Clinton Spanish Seventh day Adventist Church, 250 Church St., Clinton, MA 01510.
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