PATRICK M. MANZI VICTORIA - Patrick M. Manzi passed away June 9, 2019 at the age of 48. He was born October 14, 1970 in Tampa, Florida to Merle and Dorothy Manzi. A loving husband, father, son, brother, grandson, uncle and cousin, he proudly served in the United States Marine Corps. He was a Senior Right-of-Way Agent for Doyle Land Services, Inc. Visitation will be held Friday, June 14, 2019 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm at Grace Funeral Home. Funeral service will follow in Lakeland, Florida with interment at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, Florida. He is survived by his wife Katie Manzi of Victoria, TX; daughter Mattie Sue Manzi of Lake Charles, LA; mother Dorothy Manzi of Lakeland, FL; father and step-mother Merle and Kristie Manzi of Tallahassee, FL; paternal grandmother Muriel McNeir of Tallahassee, FL; sister Kimberly Manzi Vega and her husband Geno of Deland, FL; brother Randy Manzi and wife Michelle of Lakeland, FL; mother-in-law Jeanette Laza of Victoria, TX; father-in-law Dale Laza of Port Lavaca, TX; sister-in-law Amber Watkins and husband Wade and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Wounded Warriors at Thoughts and memories may be shared online at Arrangements and services under the personal care of Grace Funeral Homes & Cemeteries.

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Derrick Kozich

The very first friend that l had was Patrick at Medulla Elementary. (1979) Even though we grew apart from time to time. We always found ourselves back in each other's company. We would talk for hours, as if we never missed a beat. I was flattered to meet his soon to be wife Katie and his wonderful daughter Mattie Sue in Lake Charles. We Munched on a huge can of cocktail peanuts and BBQ chicken. Ever since that day, I would think of Pat, everytime I would stroll down the isle with peanuts. My occupation aloud Pat and I to talk during odd hours. At times he would call me asking,"How do I get arround this traffic." I would guide him to his destination while catching up on each other's lives. One time in Texas (around Orange) he called me for directions going to Lufkin area. I-10 was closed in Beaumont. I sent him through the back roads going North. He then said,"This area reminds me of Florida." I told him,"l thought the same thing when I drove through there." I'm going to miss our long conversations and company. I will still talk to Pat and never forget the 40 years we shared. My deepest condolences to all of his family.

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