(Roberts) (Thompson) Montgomery
Aug 22, 1916 - Mar 1, 2007
Submitted by: Glenn
Burial will follow in Kingfisher
Cemetery. Arrangements are by Cordry – Gritz Funeral Home.
She was born August 22, 1916, in Thackerville to James and Lela Mauldin Roberts and died Thursday, March 1, 2007, in Hennessey.
She married George Thompson in 1935 in Crescent. They made their home in the Dover and Hennessey areas. He died November 22, 1962. She married L. J. Montgomery in 1979. She worked as a cook for Hennessey school lunch program.
Surviving are three children, Cathrine Schwarz, Wanda Choate and Melvin Thompson, all of Hennessey; three stepchildren, Joe Montgomery of Wichita, Kansas, Ona Gay Glazier, and Rex Montgomery, both of Yukon; two sisters, Mary Moffett of Tucson, Arizona and Lu Wells of Sumter, South Carolina; one brother, James Roberts of DeKalb, Texas; 20 grandchildren; four great – grandchildren; six step – grandchildren; and five step – great – grandchildren.
Memorials may be made in her name to Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation through the funeral home.
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