Gerald Claude Montague

March 3, 1932February 1, 2019

Gerald “Jerry” Claude Montague, 86, a retired computer industry executive, died Friday night at his home in Southlake. Mr. Montague served in the U.S. Air Force from 1950-1955, after which he enjoyed a 37-year career in the computer industry. During his tenure as a corporate officer for Digital Equipment Corporation, he matriculated from the Harvard Business School executive program. He was an active member of White’s Chapel Methodist Church, serving on the Administrative Board and teaching bible studies for many years. Jerry’s family was the most important part of his life and he was a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. Mr. Montague was preceded in death by his mother, Betty Raine, of Salt Lake City, Utah. Husband to Connie Marks Montague, father of Brian Montague and his wife Deb of Rochester Hills, MI, and Steve Montague and his wife Janet of Justin, TX. Grandfather of Dana, Christopher, Lindsey, Alyssa, and Scott Montague. A celebration of Jerry’s life will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 2nd, at White’s Chapel Methodist Church (Grace Chapel). Jerry’s ashes will be inurned at the White’s Chapel columbarium.

Donations may be made to Missions Fund at White’s Chapel UMC, 185 S. White’s Chapel Blvd., Southlake, TX 76092.


2 March

Memorial Service

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Whites Chapel

185 S. White Chapel Blvd.
Southlake, TX 76092


Gerald Claude Montague

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Kim Clancy

February 11, 2019

Dion and I were so sorry to hear of Jerry's passing. He served with me briefly on the board at Barbara Gordon Montessori School while my children and Jerry's grandchildren attended the school. I will always remember how kind and thoughtful he was in our meetings, which were sometimes pretty stressful.
I also enjoyed seeing Jerry and Connie frequently at Costco. It was always nice to say hello and catch up.
Kim Clancy

Myrna Pickett

February 11, 2019

Dear ones Our prayers are with you. We know he is with family and friends but he will be missed. Mom and dad enjoyed many adventures with Connie and Jerry. And how special Aunt Connie is and was to us especially as we were growing up. How many stories she would tell us sleeping on the front lawn in Lewisville. And she loved the Idaho sunsets. Love and hugs to her and to you all. They were and are a devoted couple and always will be.

Helen Brough

February 8, 2019

I am so sorry for all of your Family hearing the news that Jerry has passed. We have shared a lifetime of Friendship with their entire family. So many good times that we will all keep in our Hearts. He and Bob I know have already met at the Gates of Heaven and they will be planning that first Tee Time being together and also preparing for the Indianapolis 500 cooking breakfast in the Infield of Heaven where the weather will always be beautiful, something we all enjoyed through the years Rain or Shine . Rest in Peace Jerry we will miss you but what great memories you have left with us. My thoughts and prayers will remain with all of your Family through the difficult time ahead. My Love to all of you.

Jan Agin

February 7, 2019

What a beautiful soft spoken soul we have lost! He was always a champion of all around him. Thank you for sharing your husband, father and grandfather with all of us. Love and hugs to all of you!