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Obituary for Cody Todd Montgomery

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Cody Todd Montgomery

February 9, 1959 - May 29, 2016

Cody, 57, was born February 9, 1959 to loving parents, Donald C. Montgomery and Marcene Wayment Montgomery.  He is preceded in death by his dad by just three months.  He finished his valiant fight with cancer on May 29, 2016.  He has been very courageous, patient and optimistic these last three years.  He still had much he wanted to do and he was not ready to leave us yet.

 

Cody was a tough and quiet cowboy with a tender heart who loved the outdoors.  He lived in Liberty, Utah all of his life and loved it.  The mountains were his playground and he enjoyed spending time in them with his dad and his sons.  He loved to hunt, fish and ride his horses.

 

He especially loved fishing trips with his family to their cabin in Island Park, Idaho.  He enjoyed watching his kids and grandkids play sports.  He would be the most excited and energetic person on the side lines.  He couldn’t sit down!

 

Cody graduated from Weber High School in 1976.  He married his high school sweetheart, Karen Hillstead on December 28, 1977 in Liberty, Utah.  They were later sealed in the Ogden LDS Temple on June 5, 1981.  They were married for 38 years and enjoyed working in their garden together and spending time with their children and grandchildren.

 

He worked for Wadman Corporation for 35 years and the family would like to thank them for their outstanding love and support.  He was a superintendent there and he put his heart and soul into every project he ran.  Cody was a peacemaker and got along with all different types of people.  He was a hard worker and a good provider for his family.

 

He is survived by his wife, Karen Hillstead Montgomery; mother, Marcene Wayment Montgomery; five loving sisters and an Indian brother along with their spouses.  He is also survived by his children, Jessica Montgomery Mann (Marcus), Cody Montgomery Jr. (Ann), Chad Montgomery (Tianna), Jaine Montgomery Arias (Carlos) and Paige Montgomery Sherrod (Vallan).  He has two grandsons and eight granddaughters and one more on the way.

 

A viewing will be held Wednesday, June 1st from 6:00 to 8:00pm at the North Fork LDS Chapel located at 4279 No. 3300 E., Liberty, Utah.  The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, June 2nd at 11:00am at the same location where friends may visit from 10:00 to 10:45am. prior to services

 

He will be laid to rest in the Liberty Cemetery.

 

Services under the direction of Leavitts’ Mortuary, 836 36th St.

 

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Hematology Oncology Foundation:  5290 So. 400 E. Ogden, Utah 84405.

 

A special thanks to all the medical staff who have helped Cody through this time.

 

Condolences may be sent to:  www.leavittsmortuary.com on his behalf.

 

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Service Schedule

Visitation Information

Date: Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

4279 No. 3300 E., Liberty, Utah

Friends may visit with the family prior to services from 10:00 to 10:45 AM


Service Information

Date: Thursday, June 2, 2016

Time: 11:00 am -

4279 North 3300 East, Liberty, Utah

 


Cemetery Information

Date: Thursday, June 2, 2016

Liberty Cemetery

Address:

3900 N 3500 E, , Liberty , UT,

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Born: February 9, 1959
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Condolences for Cody Todd Montgomery

Ross DeVries posted on 7/5/16

We are very sorry to hear of cody's passing

 

Stephen Baker posted on 6/4/16

Dear Montgomery, I hear about Cody passing away and I just wanted to send my love and condolences to the family. I am sorry for your loss and I imagine it the loss must be difficult. I remember all of the fond memories spending time with Jane and Paige and getting to know Cody and the great man he was. We truly are so blessed to have the knowledge of eternal families and that we can be together forever even after death. I know that you all will see Cody again after this life and that through your faith in Jesus Christ and his atonement you will be a forever eternal family. Cody will be dearly missed. May your lives be filled with hope and joy as you all strive through this difficult time and one day be reunited forever. Love, Stephen Baker

 

Gay Montgomery posted on 6/3/16

Dear Karen and family, I know I can't say anythimg to help youu feel better. Iwant you to know you will . You think you will be missing so much because Cody isn't there. You will know one day why this is how is must be for now.You are such a good example for us all.I know you have had a good life with Cody and you will again. You will know that this is but a second in the Lord's time. He will do all he can do to make this light for you.You have a beautiful family that will help you go on.There just has to be a great reason this to have has happened. My prayer will be for you to be able to have the strength to make it through all of this. You Friend , Gay

 

Linda G. Skeen posted on 6/2/16

Montgomery Family, Thinking of you with sympathy and hoping you find comfort and peace, in the love and memories you have of Cody. We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Dave & Linda G. Skeen Alice Grow

 

Stacie Ingram posted on 6/2/16

Our thoughts and Prayers are with you all at this time. Cody will be missed. We have been blessed to have been able to know him. Love, The Ingram Family.

 

Lee R Walczak posted on 6/1/16

I enjoyed working with Cody, I will miss you.

 

Teresa and Alan Nichols posted on 6/1/16

Cody was our gentle giant. He was kind and humble. He always had a smile on his face. He would do anything for you at any time. He had amazing courage. His cheerful attitude, even in the face of this journey, will always inspire all that know him. Our larger-than-life brother will sorely be missed. We Love you Cody.

 

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