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In Loving Memory

Manno, Andrew L.

September 16, 1937 - January 14, 2024

It is with great sorrow that the family of Andrew L. Manno announce his passing on January 14, 2024 at Evelyn’s House in Creve Coeur, MO. Andrew was the beloved husband of Beverly G. Manno, father of Janet Stinchcomb, Connie Cule, Jeffrey Manno, Joseph Manno, Susan Nolte and the late Sharon Walkenhorst. Son of the late Blanche P. Jessen and Leo Manno of Granite City, IL, Brother of the late Scott E. Manno, Uncle, Grandfather, Great Grandfather, Cousin, Nephew and friend to many. Andrew attended Central High School in North St Louis, MO followed by Technical College with many years of continued courses throughout his life. He was employed by McDonnell Douglas, where he tested the prototype F4 Phantom and afterward employed by Monsanto, retiring after 32 years. After retiring, he went to work for one of his friends at Custom Sensors and Technology in Fenton, MO for 24 years. He enjoyed being with his family, repairing automobiles, watching movies, and was a huge lover of all animals, especially dogs.  Andy never met a stranger, was a friend to all, and helped anyone who was in need.

Services: Visitation will be held at Kutis Funeral Home South County at 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. 4pm until 7 pm on Tuesday January 23, 2024. Funeral Service will also be held at Kutis on Wednesday, January 24, 2024, 11 a.m., followed by burial at Resurrection Cemetery 6901 McKenzie Rd in Affton, MO.


1 thought on “Manno, Andrew L.”

  1. Bev, Janet, Connie, Joseph, and Jeff,

    My love and heart goes out to each of you on the death of cousin Andy. He was one of the finest men I ever knew. I have so many fond memories of him growing up. He was one in a million. I wish I could be there, but please know my prayers and love go out to each of you.


    Jeanie Weatherman


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