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Manuel Luis Rosario

Manuel Luis Rosario, born on New Year's Day in 1954, has passed away unexpectedly October 2, 2022 at the age of 68. Manuel was born in Puerto Rico and spent the majority of his life in Chicago. He resided in the Wicker Park area and is formerly of Humboldt Park. Manuel is remembered by his family for his loving nature and humorous disposition. He advocated for the benefits of drinking milk and was known to drink a lot of it throughout his day. He was greatly loved and will be deeply missed by his family.    

Manuel is survived by his loving siblings Enrique Rosario, Carmen Rosario, Susie (Efrain) Arce, Angel Rosario Jr., Jorge Rosario and Michael Rosario; anda host of cherished nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his beloved parents Angel Sr. and Ramona Rosario; treasured brothers Jose Luis Rosario, Rafael Rosario, Ramon Rosario, Jimmy Rosario and dear sister Milagros Rosario.

"You don't know nothing, now you know" - Manuel Luis Rosario

 

Arrangements entrusted to Chicagoland Cremation Options of Schiller Park, IL 




Guestbook

My condolences to the family. Sending lots of love in this tough time.

Yasmin Escobar Oct 13 2022 4:31 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Manuel Rosario

Junior Oct 7 2022 7:16 AM

Tio Malito, crazy loving uncle. Poochie would dare him to do anything and one time he ate bees!!!! I remember FINALLY showing him my ID once I was old enough to show him!!! RIH Tio. Love you😘

Christina Torres Oct 4 2022 11:46 PM

My tio malito! Ooo have so many memories of you. All the time you showed me your Id and told me it was your license to fly a plane and all the maldades you would do. How you loved coffee and cigarettes so much.
Rest easy tio. Give Mami and Papia big hug for me.

Carmen Arce Rosario Oct 4 2022 5:45 PM

I remember Manuel because I lived with him and grandma with Georgie and he always played with my kids when they were small. He even held my kids when they were born. I’ll never forget he was such a beautiful man and funny. Also I’ll miss him so much and I already do. I’ll keep him in my prayers.

Caroline Bustamante Oct 4 2022 2:49 PM

Tio Malito, the most handsome! Always called me Marie before calling me Lala. Grew up watching you and mom always “shaping” your nose, putting stuff in your hair to slick it back or telling me I was to young to know anything. I will miss you & that laugh.

Lala Oct 4 2022 12:05 AM

Very funny He was very loved by his Family ...Will show his IDENTIFICATION" to everyone he encountered...you don't know know you know was one of the phrases he will say...He still had a
full set of hair. Compare to everyone around him getting bald or are getting bald ....We will miss you ...But.this is not goodbye I will see you ...My love is with you always my brother ...R.I.P. Fly like an Angel submerged yourself back home into His open arms and splender glory ...My son saids the Lord God Almighty welcome Home ...

Carmen Delia Rosario Oct 3 2022 2:35 PM