Allen McManus

Allen McManus


Dates

February 9, 1948 - June 22, 2022

Obituary

Allen McManus, 74, of Mitchell, SD, passed away Wednesday, June 22, 2022 from natural causes. A memorial service will be 2:00 PM Thursday, June 30, at Bittner Funeral Chapel. Burial will be at a later date this summer in St. Mary of Mercy Catholic Cemetery in Alexandria, SD. Visitation will be one hour prior to the memorial service. Arrangements by Bittner Funeral Chapel.

Allen Roy McManus was born February 9, 1948, to Paul and Martha (Bettcher) McManus in Alexandria, SD. Allen grew up in Alexandria, but spent most of his adult years in Mitchell. He was currently employed at Walmart in the deli department. Allen was a kind, selfless, and compassionate man who had a passion for nature and the environment. He loved watching all the different birds that would stop by his bird feeders in his backyard or take a dip in his bird bath. He also made generous donations to world hunger charities as well as the local Salvation Army.

Allen will be missed immensely by his friends and family. Allen is survived by his daughter, Jodi (Joel) Bredemeier of Eden Prairie, MN; grandsons: Jake Roecker, Alec Roecker, and Nick Bredemeier all of Minneapolis, MN; and sister, Deniece Webb.

Allen is preceded in death by his parents, Paul and Martha, his brother, Bob, and sisters, Joanne, Lou, and Geri.

 


Visitation(s)

Date
Thursday, June 30, 2022
Time
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Location
Bittner Funeral Chapel
805 W Havens Ave
Mitchell, SD 57301

Service

Date
Thursday, June 30, 2022
Time
2:00 PM
Location
Bittner Funeral Chapel
805 W Havens Ave
Mitchell, SD 57301

Cemetery

St. Mary of Mercy Cemetery
Alexandria, SD


Posted by TomBELL on June 28, 2022
Had fun visiting you colborns and the in Alex bank .You were an interesting. Person Rest in peace Tom Bell
Posted by Pat Cassutt on June 28, 2022
Allen worked with me at Coborn’s before he moved on to work at Walmart. I enjoyed visiting with him all of the time. He was a very kind hearted man that would give his shirt off his back to anyone. He made every person laugh and smile that he came into contact with. He will be greatly missed. 🙏💙🙏
Posted by Gloria Ruff Richardson on June 26, 2022
I remember Allen came to see us in Illinois. I was then married to Allen Ruff. Very nice guy
Posted by Jeffrey Riles on June 26, 2022
I didn't know you very well, but I do know that your niece Adored you!! I also know you were very strong-willed and you most certainly will be Cherished and missed! R.I.P. Uncle Allen.
Posted by Amy Lepke on June 26, 2022
Allen was such a nice guy! I knew him for many years. First when I worked for him at Cottonwood Canyon, then as his insurance agent and finally, he was my customer at Papa Murphy’s. Every time he saw me in Walmart, he would holler across the store at me and always something funny to make me laugh. He will be missed! He was always kind.
Posted by Christian buhler on June 25, 2022
Allen used to call me to come over and listen to music and have a few hauensteins. Allen was one of the kindest souls I’ve ever known. He called me long after I moved to check in, and always found a way to make us smile. Gone too soon but never forgotten.
Posted by Steve Bren on June 24, 2022
Going to miss our dinner/game night parties… RIP Allen
Posted by Roy Gardner on June 24, 2022
Allen and I worked together at Frye's Trucking. I started there in 04 and Allen trained me where to go and showed me the ropes of what to do. He was a great person and a very good friend. He would help anyone he could. He would give you the shirt off his back to help you. God took a great angel home. We will all miss you brother. God blessed me by bringing you're friendship in my life. Until we meet again. Watch over us and we all will see you again. God Bless You
Posted by Makenzi Reid on June 24, 2022
We worked together at Coborns. One of the sweetest guys I’ve ever met. Always happy and was so kind! Rest easy Allen.
Posted by Lynnette Schilling on June 24, 2022
Uncle Allen, I’m just shocked to hear you passed! I’m going to miss our chats at Walmart every weekend! This brings up so many memories of good times with you, the Monday night Wine gatherings in your apt, the building of your Pergola at your house. I guess I’m saying you will be missed! RIP my Friend!!!
Posted by Kristy McManus on June 24, 2022
Dear Uncle Allen, we had our differences in opinions, but I truly looked up to you and Love you dearly! You will be So missed!
Posted by Craig Burke on June 24, 2022
Allen worked with me at coborns, and when I had no car he would drive me back and forth to work... if he was able he would take me to dialysis or doctors appointments.. he Basically was kind when there was no early reason for him to be... and he was like that for everyone who he knew. I praise his life, and give deference to him in his passing. Goodbye my friend, I will see you again.. but not soon.
Posted by Tom Kippes on June 24, 2022
RIP Al
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