It is with great regret and sorrow that I must notify you of the death of our
Classmate, Manny Scivoletto, on 26 December 2021, in Reno, NV.
Manny is survived by his wife Kay; their sons, Kris and his wife, Emily, and
John and his wife, Claire; and their grandchildren Nicholas, Morgan, and Mattie.
Manny’s remains were cremated and will be interred in Nevada at a later time.
Condolences may be sent to Kay at 5735 Lone Horse Drive, Reno, NV 89502-9001.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Manny’s memory may be sent to Veterans Guest
House, 880 Locust Street, Reno NV 89502.
Well done, Manny. Be thou at peace.
Class Memorial Pages\C-2 Manny Scivoletto.pdf
I am saddened to learn that Manny Scivoletto has
I remember him only as a Cadet, during our 2 years together. I was a Plebe in a
neighboring Company -- and he was 2 years my senior -- but somehow we met and
became friends. Manny once said that he "recognized" me because I was one of the
few Cadets who could pronounce his surname correctly. I must credit my 4 years
of high school Latin for that achievement.
Manny had a great sense of humor, an engaging smile, and an air of optimism
around him. He never failed to greet me with a smile, each time our paths
crossed. He showed genuine concern about my performance in Plebe Year academics
and was pleased to learn that I was o n the "Dean's List".
We said our goodbyes when Manny graduated -- and our paths never crossed again.
He served his country, while I served mine -- in our full military careers.
Well done, Manny! Be thou at peace!
And now, my final salute to a nice guy, a good friend and a fellow soldier...
Brigadier General Ramon M. Ong (Retired)
Armed Forces of the Philippines