Manshio, Calvin K.
Calvin K. Manshio
Deceased: July 24, 2014
Memorial Visitation: Saturday, August 2, 2014 10am until 2pm and Memorial Services at 2pm
Calvin K Manshio
Cherished husband of Peggy Wallace;
Loving father of Catherine (Michael) Neuses, Michelle (Mitchell) Inskeep and Christopher (Bernadette Schöneburg) Manshio; Devoted grandfather of Grace, Adam and Rachel Neuses, Alyssa, Grant and Claire Inskeep, and Lukas Manshio;
Dear brother of Dr. Dennis T Manshio and uncle to Alia K. Manshio; nephew to Chihiro (late Masako) Sameshima and Saburo (Tsuneko) Sameshima and numerous cousins.
Calvin was an attorney in Chicago for thirty-five years. He served as an officer, advisor and director of a variety of Japanese community and professional organizations, including, Asian American Bar Association of Greater Chicago, Asian Human Services, Buddhist Temple of Chicago, Chicago Japanese American Council, Japanese American Service Committee, and Japanese Mutual Aid Society of Chicago. Until recently, Calvin contributed a monthly column to The Chicago Shimpo.
In 2006, Calvin was a member of the Japanese American Leadership Delegation to Japan. In 2008, he was honored by the Asian American Bar Association at the annual Vanguard Awards hosted by local bar associations which recognizes individuals and institutions that have made the law and legal profession more accessible to the community at large. In December, 2010, Calvin was awarded the Japanese Foreign Minister’s Commendation which noted his efforts to promote mutual understanding between Japan and the United States of America.
Memorials may be sent to Japanese Mutual Aid Society of Chicago, 2249 W. Berwyn Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625-1118.
Memorial Visitation from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and Memorial Services at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 2, 2014 at Lakeview Funeral Home, 1458 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago, IL 60657
- July 29, 2014
I extend my most sincere condolences; my thoughts are with you during this difficult time.
Ernest Davila, J.D.
Accounting, Business Management,
International Business and Paralegal
San Jacinto College
- August 1, 2014
Calvin was a true gentleman in every sense of the word. He was honest, rock solid, had a genuine center to him and was reliable in every possible way. I never hear an unkind word escape his lips and he had a quiet sense of humor that always helped to take the edge off of things. He was respected by everyone who came into contact with him.
I was truly honor to work with him at the ICC. In recent years he thoughtfully reached out to me to help me to learn more about the famed 442nd for my World War II program with Loyola students. Your children and grandchildren have a model of a man to take heart and inspiration from as they live their lives.