We will be live streaming Mr. Castillo Escarsega services on our Love Funeral Home Facebook page tomorrow, October 27, 2020 at 10:00 am. There will be no link it will just pop up when we go live. *****Mask will be required to attend Mr. Castillo Escarsega services. There is also a maximum capacity of 50 people to be in attendance at the church. All are welcome to join us for the graveside that follows the service****** With great pain in our hearts we bid farewell to our beloved father, brother, friend, colleague Manuel G. Castillo. Manuel was born in Chopeque Municipality of Cusihuiriachi Chihuahua Mexico, on April 17, 1970. Received with great joy and love by his parents Mr. Cruz Castillo and Mrs. María De La Luz Escarcega, one of 12 siblings. Residing for several years in Ejido Benito Juárez Namiquipa Chihuahua. He found his life partner Mrs. Neiva Door contributing marriage in 1991. They welcomed their first daughter Elizabeth Castillo in 1992, in 1994 their second daughter Estefanía Castillo came into their lives and they welcomed their son in 1997 Martin Castillo. He arrived with great dreams and illusions to Burlington Colorado United States in the year 2000. With great goals he moved and bought his ranch in Scott City Kansas in 2012. Manuel also leaves his sons-in-law Rodrigo Payan, husband of Elizabeth, and Javier Coronado, husband of Estefanía, and his daughter-in-law Abigail Fernández, wife of Martin. Missing his stories, advice and scolding, he leaves his granddaughters Andrea Soledad and Brittany Payan Castillo, daughters of Elizabeth and Rodrigo. Like Dafney, Bethany and Xavier Coronado children of Estefany and Javier. They will carry the most beautiful memory that their father left engraved in their hearts. Manuel enjoyed spending time with family and friends, cooking his specialty pork rinds and carnitas outdoors. He spent his time taking care of his cattle and his mare. He liked taking selfies and being Live on his Facebook. We will always remember you with great joy for the memories you have left us and the stories that we can tell. Your departure is painful but we understand that God called you to be in his glory. Our heart and soul are broken but we will find comfort between ourselves and your story. We will love you forever.