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Armando "Mando" Nunez Macias

March 22, 1953 - December 23, 2021

Armando (Mando) Nunez Macias, age 68, peacefully departed this life and entered his heavenly reward with Jesus Christ on December 23, 2021, in Virginia Beach Virginia.

Mando was born on March 22, 1953, in Alamogordo, New Mexico, the eldest son of Manuel L. Macias and Erlinda G. Macias. Mando, as he was known by his family and friends, was raised in Alamogordo, New Mexico. He graduated from Alamogordo High School, and relocated to Norfolk, Virginia with his family as a teenager. His diverse employment history included auto repair, home and business/facility repairs, and television production. He had a knack for fixing just about anything, enjoyed the challenge of doing so, and often blessed family and friends with his many talents in this area. Mando joined the Christian Broadcasting Network in 1977 as a maintenance technician, before settling into his God-given calling as a studio and remote videographer. For 40 years, he faithfully served CBN with their mission of spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ around the world. He so enjoyed his job, often referring to it as his ministry. Mando continued to challenge and perfect his talents with television videography by bringing to fans and viewers such events as baseball, basketball, golf, football, air shows, and music events.

We honor Mando as a faithful follower of Jesus Christ, a faithful son, provider for his family, friend to many, and dedicated employee of the Christian Broadcasting Network. Of note, he was actively involved in several local churches over the years, participating as a congregant, videographer, Deacon, and Elder. Many will remember his awesome sense of humor, his home-made brownies, tamales, red chili and assorted dishes that included said chili, (hot enough to melt your teeth, make you turn red, sweat, and yet want to eat more because it tasted so good!) and many fun memories and adventures too numerous to mention.

Mando was predeceased by his mother, Erlinda Macias, and his youngest brother, Alfonso Macias. He is survived by his father, Manuel Macias; his two daughters, Danielle M. Gentry (husband Ryan) and Rachael M. Bratton; brother, Adrian Macias (wife Connie); 5 grandchildren, Noah Gentry, Mason Gentry, Lana Johnson-Rivera, Tristan Bratton and Blake Bratton.

A casual celebration service and time of fellowship with the family will be held:

Saturday, January 15, 2022, from 2:00 to 4:00 pm at:

Christian Embassy International Church, Fellowship Hall

1208 N. Centerville Turnpike

Chesapeake, VA 23320

PLEASE NOTE: Due to this season of Covid and other infections, we will maintain social distancing guidelines and mask/hand sanitizer use. This is for the protection and safety of all present.

 This will include:

*DO NOT ATTEND if you are sick, have any illness symptoms, have a fever, or any cold/respiratory infections.

*You must wear a mask (unless medically unable to do so) and use the hand sanitizer provided as you enter the building.

Service Information

Service Information

Date: Saturday, January 15, 2022

Time: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

1208 N. Centerville Turnpike Chesapeake, VA 23320

PLEASE NOTE: Due to this season of Covid and other infections, we will maintain social distancing guidelines and mask/hand sanitizer use. This is for the protection and safety of all present.

 This will include:

*DO NOT ATTEND if you are sick, have any illness symptoms, have a fever, or any cold/respiratory infections.

*You must wear a mask (unless medically unable to do so) and use the hand sanitizer provided as you enter the building. 


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