Condolences for Richard A. “Rich” Manley

Tim Ware posted on 3/8/18

To the family of Richard Manley, I would like to express my deepest and heartfelt condolences. Rich was the first and one of the dearest friends of my life. He was an early childhood playmate,friend,neighbor and later teammate. I was stunned and deeply saddened upon learning of his passing. Even though we hadn't had contact for over forty years,it felt like losing a brother. My thoughts and prayers are with his entire family. Sincerest Sympathy, Rick Ware


Dave Curtis posted on 3/7/18

So sorry to hear about Richie's passing. Childhood friend, played many sports with him. My condolences to his family and old friends Billy and Rusty


Tonja Snyder Merryman posted on 3/6/18

So sorry to hear of Ritchie passing. Grew up in the same neighborhood as him. Condolences to Rusty and Billy and the whole family


Ann posted on 3/2/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Richard was always smiling and so helpful to work with. He was my counterpart at CCF, as I work at MetroHealth. So I would call him or meet with him frequently to discuss our job changes/issues. He always helped me right away - it was a joy to talk with him.


Ray & Mary Graham posted on 3/2/18

Words cannot express how saddened we feel over the passing of Rich! We were just getting to know and love him! God sometimes throws curves we can't understand but we know there will be blessings involved somewhere and that God alone can comfort the you, Jen, and the family. Prayers for all involved and thankful for the time we had together!


Quiana Rivers posted on 3/1/18

My deepest sympathy to the family of Richard. I did not know him personally but he was one of my team members here at the Cleveland Clinic. I will keep the family in my prayers! 2 Corinthians 1:3,4 tells us that God has the comfort we need to make it through hurtful times. When it gets rough lean on him for the comfort and the endurance needed to make it through this difficult time.