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Manuel "Meno" Sierra
November 1, 1958 ~ November 3, 2023 (age 65) 65 Years Old
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Manuel was born in La Pastoria, Inde Durango Mexico to Eusebio Sierra and Adela Delgado he was the 2nd of 3 children. He married the love of his life, Bertha Nuñez on July of 1980.
Manuel was raised in Rancho de Peña, Inde Durango Mexico working the fields along side his siblings and parents. He decided to try different horizons and left his hometown at the age of 13 years old by himself going to reside in Juarez, Chihuahua Mexico to work to provide for his family back home. He made his living off of construction jobs and spent his life there until 1979 when he was able to gain US residency and traveled to Denver, CO.
Here in Denver is where he met the love of his life Bertha, they dated for a year when they decided to get married to form a family. In July of 1981 they welcomed their first daughter Brenda Sierra, while working in the landscaping field. He was always a hard worker and never failed his family once. In February of 1987 their son Manuel Sierra Jr. added to their joy. Manuel and Bertha lived happy and united always, they then welcomed their 3rd child in October of 1990, Perla Sierra. He spent his life working in landscaping and he soon was promoted to foreman where he enjoyed working for the same company for over 20 years.
Slowly he was able to open up his trucking company in August of 2000, Sierra Trucking. The trucking company was his pride and joy. It was a family business, all the family helped and his business grew. Bertha was his pilar, she was always there helping him, they were inseparable. Their weekends consisted of working on the trucks, Bertha was always there helping to fix and maintain the trucks and the business.
He was a very generous, happy, playful and loving man. He loved his family with all his might, he was also an avid dog lover. There was nothing in this world that was more important than his children and grandchildren. He leaves behind a great family who will forever miss his smile and charisma.
He is survived by the love of his life Bertha, his children Brenda, Manuel Jr, Perla and his granddaughters who he raised Jackiee and Alondra. Brenda gave him 5 grandchildren, Jackiee, Alondra, Mareli, Julissa and Juan Jr. Manuel gave him 2 grandchildren along side his devoted wife Joanna, Brianna and Manuel Santiago. Jackiee gave him 3 grandchildren along side her loving husband Elliott who he saw like his son, Arabella, Sebastian and Adella, named after his beloved mother. All his grandchildren were just like his children, he always had a smile and love to give to anyone who met him. There is no one that met him that did not love him.