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Manuel Hernandez Biscaino Jr.

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Manuel Hernandez Biscaino Jr. was born April 6, 1941, in Carlsbad, NM, to Manuel and Dionicia Biscaino. Manuel passed peacefully into the arms of the Lord on February 27, 2019, after a long illness with Multiple Myeloma.

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He will be missed by so many, including his spouse and love of his life, Sheila; son, Rudy Biscaino and wife Cynthia of CA; stepsons: Michael Donovan and wife Cheryl of TX, Tim Donovan and wife Holly of MT, Ryan Donovan and wife Cristi of TX; stepdaughters: Kelly Skiles and husband Jeb of Texas and Lisa Donovan and companion Todd of TX. Manuel also had 18 beautiful grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren in his blended family. He is also survived by sisters: Mary Lou Carrasco and Vernon of NM and Celia Marta and husband Angel of CA; and brother, Leon Biscaino and wife Emma of CA; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and many friends, including constant pet companion, Oscar.

He was preceded in death by his parents and second wife, Virginia.

After graduating from High School in Carlsbad, Manuel moved to California to pursue his future career as a contractor. He started from the bottom and worked his way up to major projects in the Bay area, including many high-rise buildings and homes. Upon retirement, Manuel returned to Carlsbad and continued his love of woodworking, as well as hunting and fishing. In 2001, having been a widower for 18 years, Manuel met his wife, Sheila, and fell in love. After living in Carlsbad, they relocated to California and Arizona before settling down and calling Roswell, NM home. Together they enjoyed traveling, riding his Harley, camping and keeping his lawn green. Manuel loved spending time in his workshop making furniture and unique items for family and friends. He will be greatly missed by all that knew him and loved him.

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Cremation will be completed as he requested and will be followed by a Mass at San Jose Parish in Carlsbad at a later date.