Truly Mae Montgomery Taylor

December 9, 1942January 28, 2021
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Truly Mae Montgomery Taylor was born December 9th, 1942, in Lafayette, Louisiana, and passed away on January 28th, 2021, in Spring, Texas.

Truly spent her growing up and early adult years in Port Arthur before moving to Houston in 1977. She was a hard-working, devoted mother, and was blessed with 4 children, 9 grandchildren, and 2 great grandchildren.

She is survived by her son Bervick Alexander Taylor, her daughter Stacy Taylor, her grandchildren Luis C. Montano Jr. and wife Crystal, Crystal D. Dorsey, Diamond V. Dorsey and former son-in-law Christopher Dorsey, Ronald Waters and wife Kisha, Johnny Stevenson, Khali Mooten, Aanaya Jones, Janaya Jones, and La’Deja Taylor; two great grandchildren Luis A. Montano and Rhaegan E. Montano, along with her sisters Julia A. Johnson (Bernard), and Gaylon R. Hall (John) and a host of cousins, nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by her husband Felton Taylor, her sons Ronald Joseph Taylor and William Otis Taylor, her parents Hilda M. Green, Frank Montgomery and Leonard Jenkins, her sister Dolores Joubert, her brother Michael Montgomery and her grandson John Dove.

A gathering for Truly will be held Saturday, February 6, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM at Brookside Funeral Home - Champions, 3410 Cypress Creek Parkway, Houston, TX 77068. A celebration of life will occur Saturday, February 6, 2021 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM, 3410 Cypress Creek Parkway, Houston, TX 77068.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Taylor family.


  • Gathering

    Saturday, February 6, 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Saturday, February 6, 2021



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Patsy (Pat) Arceneaux

February 6, 2021

RIHP !! Cousin Truly..The Last of A GREAT GENERATION !!! We will miss You, but You're with the Best of All of us... Dance Your way into Heaven...put them moves on them Cuz... May You live on in All Our Memories Forever...
Good Night Truly We'll See You In the Morning...💔💔💔😪😪

Dede PARKER-Nichols

February 6, 2021

Rest in Peace Cousin Truly,🙏

I will miss seeing you smile and dance at family gatherings, your laughter, and the way you always had everybody playing cards.
I know you are happy with all the family that greeted you in your new home.
You all will never be forgotten🙏❤️

Love Always,


Darlene & Brent Cramer

February 6, 2021

We knew Truly for almost 3 yrs. She was one of the first neighbors we met when we moved to the neighborhood. We always enjoyed her company, she would always come down to our house to visit over a cup of coffee. She loved our German Shepherd Simba, she called him her boyfriend, she would love to watch him run around and play. We will always treasure the time we spent with her and how we had the pleasure of taking her to lunch one year for her Birthday to Pappadeaux where she enjoyed her big plate of Catfish. All the neighbors loved her and knew who she was because she kept everyone in line, if she didn't like your yard, you would know about it. That's what we loved about her, her great personality and her honesty, straight forward. She will be truly missed by everyone that knew her, she has touched many of us in different ways and will never be forgotten. Rest in Peace Truly, we love you! Thoughts and prayers to her loving family whom she loved and cared about more than anything. GOD BLESS

Regina Strange

February 5, 2021

My condolences to each family in the passing of your love one. May God give to strength and comfort.

John D. Hall

February 5, 2021

In loving memories of my sister-in-law Truly. You always kept me smiling with your dancing down through the years. I will miss your warm smile and happiness.
John D.

Galyn Hall

February 5, 2021

In loving memories of my sister Truly. May your soul rest in peace in Gods arms. You're gone, but never will you be forgotten. You will live each day of my life, in my heart. Until we meet again.
Love you
Your baby sister

Kenneth/Stephanie Frank

February 5, 2021

Where ever a beautiful soul has been, there is a trail of beautiful memories.
Ms. Truly you definitely left my family with some absolutely beautiful memories and we thank you for each and every one.

To the family, blessed are those who mourn for they shall be comforted- Matthew 5:4

Frank family🙏🏿🙏🏿

Linda Johnson

February 5, 2021

Aunt Truly I have so many memories so many you have a special place in my heart. As I sit here thinking about which memory to share I can’t choose because every one of them are so special how we used to travel and you were always the one sitting in the front seat and watching the speedometer you say Linda the speed limit is 55 you hear me then you say you doing over 55 slow down I look at your face and couldn’t do anything but laugh because you were serious. And let me not forget those long nights that we played us some 1500 me you and my mother I would be falling asleep on y’all and you say open them eyes Linda Ann let’s just finish this game, game over you say one more then we going to call it a night . Aunt Truly was like a second Mother even though she was my Aunt people would ask is that your mother and Aunt Truly would say no that’s my niece they didn’t believe it they say y’all look like moma and daughter, Lord help me my heart heavy right now Aunt Truly and my mother Delores was like Lucy-and Ethel and and I love and miss both of you so much I will always cherish every memory you may not be physically here but you’re forever in my heart you and my mother . I will forever Love You

Alice Marie Obey-Guidry

February 5, 2021

It is hard to believe you are gone Cuz. I will always remember you as mild-mannered, fun-loving, hard-working, and loving mother. Gonna miss your face in this place.

Kandra Robinson

February 4, 2021

To Aunt Truly...
I will never be able to think about my childhood and not think of you. Those long road trips with you telling us ever time we drove another 5 miles will always put a smile on my face. Or think of my beloved grandmother and not think of you. If you saw one, you saw the other. I will never be able to attend a family function, hear music and not see you out dancing everyone in the party. Your energy was truly unmatched.
Your memory will live in us forever. Your smile, your special personality and your talks (lol) will forever live on in our hearts. You definitely left your mark on earth Aunti.
Forever is never ending and forever is how long We’ll cherish the memories.
I’ll see you on the other side.