Robert Edwin Montz III

13 July, 194823 March, 2020

Robert Edwin Montz was born on July 13, 1948 and passed away on March 23, 2020 and is under the care of Grand View Funeral Home.

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Robert Edwin Montz III

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Maria Ferrusca

8 April 2020

Era un gran profesor y siempre vivirá en mi mente, le pido a Dios lo tenga en su gloria

Alfredo Ixcaquic

8 April 2020

It is very sad to lose such a dear person and more because he is the best teacher I have ever had in my life.He was a good person with a good heart who taught us a lot and we learned a lot from him, I admire him and I know that he is already resting in heaven. We will miss you so much. Rest in peace and we will never forget you, master.

Nancy Arroyo

8 April 2020

Estoy muy triste por la pérdida de el maestro ROBERT !!
Para mi fue un maestro excelente muy estricto pero es lo que necesitamos para aprender . Yo aprendí muchas cosas nuevas y me pronunciación la mejore .
Agradecida con el profesor por que como maestro tenía un propósito que todos sus estudiantes aprendieran .
Gracias maestro Robert por que siempre me inspiro a aprender más y llegar más lejos y no conformarme

Ingrid Artiga

8 April 2020

Mr.Robert was an excellente teacher, i will miss him, he was a great and funny person, sometimes i got in trouble in his class because i was talking with my classmates, overall he was a great person, rest in peace ..

Katarina Vukasinovic

7 April 2020

My favorite memory of Robert is probably all the times we sat in the office talking about his students. Robert wasn't much of a talker, and he usually carried himself in a very self-composed and succinct manner, but when he would talk about his students, he would turn into a completely different person. His eyes would get brighter and he could always find a different word to describe each and every one of his students. My most favorite memory is the day when Robert asked me if he could send postcards to his students. It was a holiday season, and there were a few in his class he hadn't heard from and who were not answering his calls. So, he decided to send his whole class holiday postcards and invite them back to class in the new year. It was such a loving and original way to reach out that I definitely could not say no to. Hope this wall serves as a postcard of what he meant to the team.

Melanie Fisk

7 April 2020

I vividly remember my first experience meeting Robert. We were at a team building event and he was just sitting back watching, but not participating. I was new to the team, so went over to see if there was anything wrong. For the next 20 minutes he went from a frown to a smile as he talked about his students. His passion for teaching and for helping his students radiated in his shining eyes. That time with him never left my heart. You could count on Robert to tell you exactly how he felt about a something, especially if he didn’t approve! You could also count on him to show up for his students, every time. I consider myself lucky to have been gifted Robert’s grin more than a time or two. He will be missed by many!

Maria Torres

4 April 2020

Saddened to hear the news of Mr. Montz passing. A sharp man that devoted his time to teaching and when least expected would do small actions that never went unnoticed.

My condolences to his family.

Elizabeth Jasso

4 April 2020

Mr. Montz was an exceptional human being, he was our Executive Director at Kaplan College in Brownsville, Texas. When I interviewed with him I was awed by his style of professionalism. I am honored to have worked with Mr. Montz he was a great mentor and someone that always inspired me to be my best. He will truly be missed.

Angelica Hernandez

3 April 2020

Mr. Robert was very kind. A gentleman. I loved the way his humor was, acidly funny.
In the occasions when he covered my class when I was absent, my students used to tell me that they were so scared, because he was very strict with them. I always told them that he was a very good person, but needed to be strict otherwise they could not learn.
It was so sad for me when I heard the news of his passing, but I know he is making somebody else smile in another better place, with his unique sense of humor.


3 April 2020

From: Mark Gillum

I WILL MISS Mr. Robert Montz who always shared his wisdom!!!
He never called me Mark but the term BUDDY!!!

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