Stephen Dwight McManaway, 75, of Cambridge, passed away Sunday (November 1, 2020) at the James Cancer Center.
He was born June 27, 1945 in Portsmouth, and was the son of the late John McManaway and Gladys (Wallace) McManaway.
Mr. McManaway retired from Centria after 30 plus years of service. After retirement he drove cars for Cambridge Used cars. He was an Air Force veteran having served in Vietnam. He enjoyed ancestry, loved taking care of his yard and loved his pets. Steve did not have a home church, but he knew the Lord.
He is survived by his wife 33 years, Carlene (Calhoun) McManaway whom he married December 6, 1986; one son Joshua (Abigail) McManaway of Canton; two daughters, Jessi (Berke) Bowland of Byesville and Holly McManaway of Florida; five sisters Karen (Mark) Froment of Byesville, Susie (William) Slifko of Cambridge, Cheryl (Doug) Barlow of Dexter City, Mary Valentine of Cambridge, and Jenny McManaway of Cambridge; six grandchildren, Mileigha, Isaiah, Josiah, Olivia, Anthony and Sean; special neighbor, Ben Kirkman and his son Nathan.
Calling hours will be Tuesday from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Black-Epperson Funeral Home, Byesville where services will be at 12:00 p.m. with Pastor Nate Davis and Pastor Troy Woodmansee officiating. Burial will follow in Greenwood Cemetery. Military services will be conducted by the Guernsey County Veterans Council.
Friends and family who want to come are welcome to attend, but due to Covid-19, we are asking that people be careful to maintain social distancing, wear masks, and refrain from embracing. For anyone who would like to attend, but has underlying conditions that could make them particularly susceptible to Covid-19, the family understands if you choose not to attend for that reason. Please take all precautions to ensure your own safety and everyone else’s should you decide to attend.
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