Manuel Geraci

  • Born: December 27, 1922
  • Died: January 16, 2013
  • Location: Chalmette, Louisiana

St. Bernard Funeral Home

701 W. Virtue Street
Chalmette, LA 70043
Tel. (504) 279-6376

Tribute & Message From The Family

Manuel Geraci entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, January 16, 2013. He was born on December 27, 1922 to the late Bennie and Josephine Morales
Geraci. Beloved husband of the late Evelyn Pape Geraci. Loving father of Marvin, Adam and Darryl Geraci. Brother of Bazille Geraci and the late Tony and Ernest Geraci. Proud grandfather of 4 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend a visitation to be held at ST. BERNARD MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 701 W. Virtue St., Chalmette, LA on Tuesday, January 22, 2013 from 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM. A funeral service will begin at 1 :00 PM. Interment will be private.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Darryl, I was so sorry to hear of your dads passing. He was always so kind to all of us when we worked together. May you and your family keep his memory alive. Mary Comeaux Robertson

Posted by Mary Robertson - Natchez, MS - Friend of Darryl   January 28, 2013


My prayers go to the Geraci fly .your dad was a great man .

Posted by Mary Lou Lang - st.bernard, LA - friend   January 23, 2013

you will be missed what a great caring man may all your pain be gone and say hello to your wife mrs. geraci both are missed already . the 34 years I have known you and your wife and family i have respected all your family and felt like family myself. god bless both of you.r72kz

Posted by James @ Connie Hiers - okeechobee, FL   January 22, 2013


Paw you will be very much missed but we know you are together again with maw-maw and you have no more worries or pain. We love and miss you very much....

Posted by Tonya Sparre & family - Brunswick, GA - Granddaughter   January 22, 2013

Family Album

Life Stories

Your Dad was truly one of the people I missed the most when I left my job in the assessors office. He called me all the time to check on his piece of property out by the lake. He always said it had no value, just lots of memories of days gone by. We always talked about the old days. He alway ended his call with "O.K. BABY UNCLE MANUEL LOVE YOU." HE WILL ALWAYS HOLD A SPECIAL PLACE IN MY HEART. ONE OF THE LAST OF THE OLD GOOD GUYS