Samuel Lomanto

Obituary of Samuel Eugene Lomanto

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Sam, Butch, Lomanto passed away on June 16, 2024 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. He was a third-generation farmer in San Benito County. His family lived on Orchard Road when he was young, and he ended up living there after he was married to Janet for 58 years. He was preceded in death by his parents Sam and Marjorie Lomanto. He is survived by his wife Janet, his son, Sammy (Krystal), Tanner (Nicolette), Dylan Lomanto, his daughter Tracey (Daniel), Austin (Marissa), and Miranda McDonnell, his sister Cookie Felice and her family. In his younger day he raced motorcycles with his Uncle Johnny and cousin Chuck Lomanto. He loved to hunt birds with his dog Duke, who also rode the motorcycle with him. He went deer hunting every year with his uncles and cousins. The deer he shot still hangs above his fireplace sixty years later and has been the source of many tales with his grandchildren. He loved deep sea fishing with his best friend Joe Gomes. He enjoyed making cioppino with Joe every Christmas Eve for the family. In 1982, he started Lomanto Nut Shelling where he processed walnuts. He always wanted a Corvette, so finally he bought one and enjoyed driving it on trips. He also got a 1934 Ford Sedan that he took to a few shows. Graveside services will be held June 27th at 10:30 a.m. at Calvary Cemetery with a celebration of life to follow at Paine’s Restaurant. The Family wishes to thank Rose Baldonado of Ardent Senior Care, especially Karen Eslabra, Rodine Newton, and Home Connect Hospice. Memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association
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1943 - 2024

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