Agnes “Aggie” June Sullivan-Manseau

Agnes “Aggie” June Sullivan-Manseau

June 27, 1930 - January 20, 2008

Agnes “Aggie” June Sullivan-Manseau

June 27, 1930 - January 20, 2008


Born June 27, 1930, Agnes grew up in Westwood, California and attended St. Monica’s High School, UCLA, and UCSF nursing school. A long time resident of Anaheim, Agnes moved to Leisure World Laguna Woods in 1995.  She is preceded in death by her husband Jack Manseau, and survived by children Ellen Manseau, Anita Lilly Ray, Jim Manseau, Roger Manseau Stacie, grandchildren Scott and Monica Lilly, Alicia, Sara and Julia Manseau, and abundant friends and family. She will be remembered as a life enthusiast who made a remarkable impact on virtually everyone who had the good fortune to meet her.

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17 responses to Agnes “Aggie” June Sullivan-Manseau

  1. My prayers and thoughts are with with Roger & his family. I know there is nothing that I can say to make the loss any less painful, but I know that God can indeed comfort you all. : May the wonderful memories you have shine bright in your hearts and minds.

  2. A charming hostess, fun to be with, a treasured nursing school classmate; I will miss her and her sunny personality. Sincere condolences to her family, Peggie

  3. Dearests,
    How hard it hits when a parent passes. I wish I had keep in contact with your Mom. What a beautifiul woman with such a big heart. I will never forget the impact that both your parents have had on my Mother Demi.How the time passes so quickly. My mother has been gone for 8 years almost. I will keep you all in my prayers at such a difficult time.
    Shelley Winniford Lewis

  4. Stan Dziuban says:

    Aggie – it has been great to be associated with you for 29 years and be watching all the good you have done for others. Go with God. Stan Dziuban

  5. Aggie was the essence of life. During my childhood she and Jack would come for a visit with the Kiddos and I remember loving when they came and pitching a fit when they had to leave. She was magical.

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