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Ann C. Montanari
April 14, 1939 - December 30, 2006



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Massengale FamilyJeff McDowell
Jennifer WilliamsRocky Seale and Family
Bo BeardJim and Phyllis Buchanan
Gary and Linda WetterGeorgia & Steven Storey
Grady & Karen KaoughGlenn & Linda Franklin
Susan & Rick Weeks

 

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By: Jeff McDowell Jan 11, 2007
Truly special parents are reflected in the truly special children they raise and the loving families they nuture. They are the warmth in our hearts not only for their lifetime, but ours as well. We can feel their presence in the love and compassion of the families they leave behind, but with whom they will one day be reunited.
By: Jim and Phyllis Buchanan Jan 4, 2007
Happy memories of so many times shared.
Our sympathy and affection to Ken and family
By: Helen and Don Lynch Jan 4, 2007
Don and I met Ann and Ken in 1995 when we all moved to Trophy Club around the same time. We became friends through golf, but then our friendship became much more than that. We have so many good memories of good times with both Ann and Ken, and I will always treasure the friendship that Ann and I had. She was one of those special people that you just knew that you were meant to meet and know. We both loved her dearly and we will miss her.

Love,
Helen and Don
By: Linda Wetter Jan 4, 2007
Dear Ken, I was so happy when you and Ann moved back to River Plantation. I had forgotten what a great smile Ann had and what a joy both of you were to be around. I will always remember the way she handled her illness; with that same smile, great attitude and with more dignity than anyone could imagine. As was mentioned in her service today, Gary and I, and all who knew her, feel we have become better people just for knowing her.
By: Chuck and Norma Isler Jan 2, 2007
Ken and Family,I read of the loss of Ann in the Chronicle.I am sorry to say we will not be able to attend the Mass or the Rosary. Norma and I will keep Ann and all of you in our thoughts and prayers.May you find the inner strength that you have had through the years to perservere through these trying times.At Pitt you relied on your outstanding mental toughness, rely on it once more. May the Lord Bless and keep all of you and bring peace in this time of grief. Chuck and Norma Isler (Your friend from the University of Pittsburgh.
By: Steve and Bev O'Brien Jan 2, 2007
Ann was so special here at St. Ives. She welcomed me when we arrived in Atlanta. Though I was not a very good golfer, she was alwas happy to have me play with her. We had a fun relationship, making each other laugh. We started having grandchildren about the same time and we got very competitive, withwho would have the most.
When she announced that Ken and she were leaving Atlanta, it was with great sadness that I said goodbye. We stayed in touch with birthday and Christmas cards over the years. She will be greatly missed in my heart.
We send our deepest sympathy to Ken and her family.
Our love and prayers, Bev and Steve O'Brien
By: Susan Weeks Jan 1, 2007
Although I have only known Ann for a little over two years, I feel like I have known her my whole life.
The first thing I realized about Ann was how much she loved her husband, kids and grandkids. I would have to say her greatest accomplishment was that of mother. It is quite obvious that she did a wonderful job with her "boys" which has been seen by how they have been at her side constantly throughout this terrible ordeal. I was lucky enough to meet her family, her sister, and nieces and crazy cousin Carol. I am very thankful for that. They have made be feel like part of the family.
Ann has been so inspirational in how she handled everything. Never giving up, always a great attitude and never feeling sorry for herself.
If I ever grow up, I want to be just like Ann.
I can't imagine not having her right across the street to have coffee with or cocktails or just to chat.
She will truly be missed

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