Few details available at this time
LANSING, Ill. (June 21, 2020) – Village officials released a brief statement confirming that Michael Manno, currently serving as Trustee, passed away Sunday evening at Munster Community Hospital after suffering a heart attack.
Manno lived in Lansing for almost 60 years and served the community as a member of the Lansing Police Department, a Village Trustee, a member of the District 171 School Board, and in a wide variety of other volunteer roles.
As further details become available, they will be released at that time.
This man made me wash cop cars, he lectured me on smoking and drug use, he cared more than any officer I have ever known, the world has lost a true friend.
Moved to tears what a wonderful person
Officer Friendly who had a better smile
My sympathy to you Kathy and family
Sad day in Lansing. Never met him, but I’ve heard all great things about what a great human being this man was. Heaven got themselves another good soul. RIP Mr. Manno ?
We have lost an absolutely wonderful man.
He was the most dedicated, compassionate, inspirational person we have ever had the honor of knowing. He made us laugh, smile and volunteer!
Our prayers go out to his family.
I remember him well, as I was born and raised in Lansing for 21 years. He was the kindest, sweetest man, and an incredible role model. The Police, the town of Lansing and the community lost a good one. Condolences to Officer Manno’s family.
Too soon, Too young….
Rest in Peace
Our hearts go out to Kathy and the girls at this difficult time. Please take peace in knowing the many lives he has positively affected through the years.
Sleep with the angels Mike Manno.
You were a good police officer…
a good man…
who will be missed by anyone who
had the pleasure of crossing paths with you.
This old world is a little darker without your presence ..
but heaven must be even brighter with you there.
Sleep with the angels my friend.
A Very Passionate Man! He sincerely cared about the future of our children and this community! He was a fair and just man who had the respect of this family.
I am so very thankful for the program D.A.R.E, that he was so involved in. I believe it made a huge difference to our young people!
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