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DEATH: PAUL A. MANCINA

Paul A. Mancina, age 83, died August 30, 1992 in a Price hospital as a result of a stroke.

He was born August 16, 1909 in Sunnyside, Utah, the son of Fredrick and Constance Succurro Mancina. Paul married Frances Coli April 22, 1939 at Notre Dame DeLourdes Catholic Church, Price, Utah. His early childhood years were spent in Salt Lake City at St. Ann's and Judge Memorial. Graduated from Carbon High School, Price, Utah. In his youth, he boxed and later trained many young athletes and refereed numerous matches. He owned and operated the Silver Dollar Club in Price for 43 years and the Wagon Wheel Tavern in Moab. Paul was a tireless worker on many projects for Notre Dame Church and school. His deeds are still greatly appreciated. He loved hunting and fishing and sharing his Scofield cabin with his family and friends. Honorary life member of Price Elk's Lodge #1550.Survived by wife, Frances C. Mancina, Price; two daughters, one son and spouses, Judy and John Lamb, Paul Jr. and Marie Mancina, all of Price; Marilyn and Benton Hildebrand, Salt Lake City; 12 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren, who brought great joy to his life; sister, Mary Dalpiaz, Helper; and many special nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by two brothers, John and Tony; sister, Clara and granddaughter, Vanessa.

Funeral Mass Thursday, 10 a.m. at Notre Dame DeLourdes Catholic Church. Vigil service Wednesday, 7 p.m. Committal service, Price City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions are welcome to Notre Dame Regional School in Paul's memory.

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