Manoutchehr Ahmadi

Manoutchehr Ahmadi

June 09, 1939 - March 26, 2017

Manoutchehr Ahmadi

June 09, 1939 - March 26, 2017


Murrieta, CA – Manoutchehr Ahmadi, age 77, passed away on March 26, 2017, at Rancho Springs Medical Center after a battle with compromising health issues.

Manoutchehr, affectionately known as Mano, was born June 9, 1939, in Iran. He was the son of Ahmad Ahmadi and Esmat Nikdel Ahmadi and was the middle son of a family that included 3 brothers and 3 sisters.

Mano had a very vibrant personality. He never met a stranger and was often joking and sharing colorful stories with all. He loved his wife Mahnaz from the moon and back and she reciprocated his love. He repeatedly referred to her as, “The most dedicated woman in the world.” Her husband was and always will be her best friend. Mahnaz will miss their private conversations, inside jokes and many trips to the grocery store together. She took her marital vows seriously and dedicated everything she had in making sure he was taken care of, even sacrificing her own health needs. Mahnaz, his daughter Neda and son Matthew were by his side when God called him home.

Mano was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Iraj Ahmadi. He leaves to mourn his beloved wife Mahnaz Ahmadi, daughter Neda Scurry, sons Matthew Mohajeri and Arash Ahmadi; also, his grandchildren Shavonne, Kamrin, Layla and bonus grandson Michael. He has 4 surviving siblings, Afagh and Mohnes who reside in Iran and Aniss and Abol who are local; as well as numerous nephews, nieces, cousins and other relatives.

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5 responses to Manoutchehr Ahmadi

  1. Igor Gil says:

    Our sincere condolences to the Ahmadi Family. We will truly miss Mr. Mano being among us as he was always a friendly, warm and welcoming person to each one of us as we interacted and shared so much over the years. Many blessings are being sent your way, keep him close at heart, enjoy the special memories made and shared and take comfort from each other. God’s Blessings, Igor and Connie Gil and Family

  2. mahnaz says:

    He was so loving and caring .and also he was amazing friend and husband and an exceptional person he was .He will be missed for ever .
    mahnaz (his wife )

  3. Manoutcher was my step father, but he treated me like I was his own flesh and blood. He taught me everything I know. He raised me from a small child. and carried me to adulthood, He has been the most profound impact on my life, he has always been dad to me. I would always look to him for advice, he had the most wisdom and experience of anyone I knew. I will always love you forever and keep you in my heart.
    Love Matt

  4. Manoutcher was a strong, beautiful man, he taught me so very much, and he meant the world to me. He was a wonderful grandfather to my children, and the most caring father in law I could ever ask for. I will miss him greatly for many reasons, everyday was a lesson of the wise, I will dearly miss the the wisdom and guidance he gave to me regularly, and I will always ask myself, when I stand before a tough decision,”What would grandpa do?” Loving, Caring, so wholly devoted to his family and his mommy jon, “Everything is for you” he would always say, “The most devoted woman in the world”. He loved her so very much and loved his family. “Everything I tell you, I do because I love you” and “If you need anything call me” So incredibly respectful, never in my life have I met such an honorable, respectful, selfless, devoted man. He will truly, truly be missed.

  5. NS says:

    Not a day has gone by in my life that you hadn’t inspired me. Inspired me to live better. Inspired me to love more. Inspired me to be a great parent. Life has been full of lessons and you have been there along the way. Although you may be physically gone, your spirit still lives big within me and within your grandchildren. You and I shared such a special bond and I thank you for all of the memories you have left me with. I will hold on to them, cherish them and make sure that when I feel the pain of your loss, those same memories will replace the sorrow with joy.

    Forever your little girl,

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