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Manuel Solis

June 27, 1984 — November 15, 2021

Born June 27, 1984, Manuel Solis was a loving husband, father, brother, and son. He departed this life for a more peaceful residence on November 15, 2021, in El Paso, TX. Manuel Solis was a loving human being who set an exemplary example as a husband and father. He was spiritually strong and compassionate. Manny deeply cherished his friends and family. He was a man with a clever sense of humor and who never met a stranger. He walked this earth with a smile on his face, kind words on his lips, and a song forever in his heart. A Journey of Love and Family While learning to navigate the many peaks and valleys of his journey, Manny was known by others to be both kind and loving. So as life would have it, one of the paths of his journey guided him to his own personal angel and the love of his life, Sonia Alvarez. This path that blessed him in finding his wife, would lead him to become the man who loved being both a husband and father. Manny was so proud of his two boys, Emmanuel and Jesus. They were the loves of his life, and he celebrated every success they had with unrelenting joy. Within each of his children, he planted seeds of unconditional love, faith, and strength, to support them as they began journeys of their own. A Man of Faith Understanding that no journey is sustainable without faith, Manny would fortify a relationship with God that only strengthened with time. Manny began each day by praising God and made sure to let his family and colleagues know the Bible verse of the day. He greeted everyone with a smile and showed unconditional love to all he encountered. Spreading Joy Manny was both a designer and a musician. Making music and singing was his way of giving joy to those around him. He was an intelligent man of many talents and was well on his way to earning his degree in electrical engineering. His co-workers knew him to be diligent at his craft and honorable in his interactions with those who came in contact with him on a daily basis. A Legacy to Remember As his family, we fully understand that though his steps are no longer heard on the many paths he created, Manny leaves us empowered to develop and nurture new and stronger paths. To carry on his legacy, Manny leaves his loving wife, Sonia; two sons Emmanuel Solis and Jesus Santiago Solis; his father and mother Ramon and Lidia Solis; his brother, Jose Antonio Solis; brothers and sisters in-laws, nephews, nieces, and a host of extended loved ones that he cherished dearly. Acknowledgements As the family of Manuel Solis, we gratefully acknowledge the abundance of prayers and support that have already been bestowed upon us during this time. It is with persevering and appreciative hearts that we graciously accept your calls, cards, visits, floral arrangements, and words of comfort and consolation. No gesture has been, or will be, considered too small. Within the upcoming days, we ask that you take a moment to think of our beloved Manny and his joyous journey. It was one of strength; of encouragement; and of love. And as we each continue our own journey, may we contribute to his legacy by keeping a smile on our faces, kind words on our lips, and a song in our hearts. A visitation will be held from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM with a rosary starting at 7:00 PM on Monday, November 22, 2021 at Sunset Funeral Home- Americas, 9521 North Loop Dr, El Paso, Texas. A mass will begin at 10:30 AM on Tuesday, November 23, 2021 at St. Mark's Catholic Church, 11700 Pebble Hills Blvd, El Paso, Texas 79936. Graveside will follow at 12:00 PM at Mount Carmel Cemetery, 401 S Zaragoza Rd, El Paso, Texas 79907. Services entrusted to Sunset Funeral Home- Americas. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Manuel Solis please visit our Sympathy Store.
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