Jeanie B. Montgomery
December 3, 1925 – December 21, 2020
Jeanie Berniece Wyckoff Montgomery passed away December 21, 2020 at the age of 95. She was born December 3, 1925 to Edward and Hazel Bell Wyckoff in Alexandria, Ohio. She was big sister to brother Billy (deceased) and Sister to Donna Mae (Butt) and little sister to step-brother Emery Wyckoff (deceased). Jeanie and family moved to Johnstown at the start of her freshmen year of high school. Here she met the love of her life, William Curtis Montgomery (deceased). They married November 3, 1946 at the Johnstown United Methodist Church, where she remains a member today. They had two children Stephen Curtis (Ann Milosevich) born May 1, 1949 and Cynthia Jane (William Rogers) born March 12, 1953. Jeanie spent her early married years working at the Johnstown Federal Savings and Loan, singing in the church choir, helping with PTA and her child conservation league. But most importantly she became a second mom to many of her kids friends and kept them full of pizza, burgers and sour cream cookies. In later years Jeanie devoted her life to her beloved grandchildren Amanda Leigh (Greg Maddox), Melissa Ann (Jon McCurdy), Rebecca Jane (Matt Knollman), and her oh so loved swell guy Benjamin Montgomery (deceased). Golden Grams as she was called was always about family. Her blessed great-grandkids William Patrick, Benjamin Joseph, Rose Marie, Hazel Jane, Maisie Marie, and Molly Elizabeth got to know and love their GG. She loved to keep in touch with nephews Tommy, Mark nieces Pam, Kim, Julie, Linda and their families via phone and letters. You all made her feel so special. Jeanie touched so many lives in her 95 years. She has earned her wings and am sure she is kicking up her heels and celebrating Christmas with her Bill, Hazel, Benny, and Wilda. Heaven will be serving some tasty egg casserole and cinnamon rolls this year. We love and miss you! A graveside service will be held Tuesday, December 29, 2020 at 11:00 am at Green Hill Cemetery Johnstown, OH. There will be no social gatherings following the services. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to Driver’s Web, www.driversforesurvivors.org
- Drivers' Web
Tuesday, December 29, 2020
Jeanie B. Montgomery
December 31, 2020
Your mother was such a delight and will be remembered for her kindness to everyone she met. We were blessed to have known her. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Wayne and Carol Barb
Debbie and Tim Johnson
December 26, 2020
Cindy and Steve, so sorry to hear about your Mom...her smiling face will be missed. Prayers for your family. We send our love, Deb and Tim
December 25, 2020
Our sincere condolences to Steve and Ann. We are so sorry for your loss. May your Mom (Mom in Law) Rest In Peace.
Sending prayers for all of the family, friends and both of you. God bless.
Jerry & Rosalie Bycz
December 24, 2020
Despite not being official relatives, Jeanie will forever be remembered by our family as Grandma Jeanie. During the past 15 years or so that we have known Jeanie, we have always felt loved. From her warm greetings and hugs to Christmas and birthday cards, she always treated us as family. We even had the pleasure of enjoying some of her Christmas treats over the years. Our deepest sympathy to the family on their loss. We hope you find comfort in the many many memories shared. We feel blessed for knowing Jeanie, and she will forever be in our hearts.
Brian, Jessica, Ashlynn, and Avery Wetzel