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Obituary of Manuel De La Cruz Bueno

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Manuel D. Bueno was born January 10, 1929 to Pedro and Maria de Jesus Bueno. He was married to his beautiful wife Elvira Bueno for 67 years. He raised 11 children, whom were his joy and pride, along with his 20 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. He was a resident of Hollister since 1960. Manuel was a leader who fought and marched for farmworkers rights with the UFW. He loved sports and helped organize the Liga Obrera baseball league and coached the Azteca team. He was a member of Sacred Heart church, Sociedad Guadalupana, and Clúb Zacatecano. Manuel is remembered as social and outgoing. He loved to dance and sing to his corridos. Being in Clúb Zacatecano, he loved to organize their social gatherings. Above all, his family was the most important. Manuel instilled in his children what it means to be a united family. To show love, kindness, and respect to each other. He was the most loving, humble, and unselfish man who would lend anyone in need a helping hand. He was truly a good-hearted man. He lived up to his “Bueno” last name. Humble, loving, kind, caring, and good-hearted. He leaves his family an amazing, long-lasting legacy. “El Rey”, mi Apa, Dad, Grandpa, Grandpapa. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Manuel D. Bueno nació el 10 de enero de 1929 de Pedro y María de Jesús Bueno. Estuvo casado con su bella esposa Elvira Bueno durante 67 años. Tiene 11 hijos, quienes fueron su alegría y orgullo, junto con sus 20 nietos y 19 bisnietos. Fue residente de Hollister desde 1960. Manuel fue un líder que luchó y marcho por los derechos de los trabajadores agrícolas con la UFW. Amaba los deportes y ayudo a organizar la liga de béisbol Liga Obrera y entrenar al equipo Azteca. Él era miembro de la iglesia Sagrado Corazón, Sociedad Guadalupana y Clúb Zacatecano. Manuel es recordado como sociable y alegre. Le encantaba bailar y cantar a su corridos. Estando en el Club Zacatecano, le encantaba organizar sus reuniones sociales. Sobre todo, su familia era lo más importante. Manuel enseñó a sus hijos lo que significa ser una familia unida. Mostrar amor, amabilidad y respeto mutuo. Él era el hombre más amoroso y humilde que le prestaría a cualquiera que lo necesitara. Era verdaderamente un hombre de buen corazón. Hizo honor a su apellido “Bueno”. Humilde, amoroso, amable, cariñoso y de buen corazón. Deja a su familia un legado increíble para siempre. “El Rey”, mi Apa, Papá, Grandpa, Grand papá.
Thursday
16
June

Visitation

1:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Thursday, June 16, 2022
Grunnagle-Ament-Nelson Funeral Home
870 San Benito Street
Hollister, California, United States
831-637-3757
Thursday
16
June

Rosary

6:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Thursday, June 16, 2022
Grunnagle-Ament-Nelson Funeral Home
870 San Benito Street
Hollister, California, United States
831-637-3757
Friday
17
June

Mass of the Resurrection

11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Friday, June 17, 2022
St. Benedict Church
1200 Fairview Road
Hollister, California, United States
Friday
17
June

Interment

12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
Friday, June 17, 2022
Calvary Cemetery
1100 Hillcrest Road
Hollister, California, United States
831-637-0131