William Lawrence Montalto
December 22, 1949 – June 27, 2018
William Lawrence Montalto was born on December 22, 1949 and passed away on June 27, 2018.
- Visitation Monday, July 9, 2018
- Memorial Service Monday, July 9, 2018
William Lawrence Montalto
July 11, 2018
Heart felt condolences to All of Bill's Family and Friends
Fare thee well my friend.
Thanks for the inspiration, the music and the laughter.
River going to take me, sing sweet and sleepy,
Sing me sweet and sleepy all the way back home.
It's a far gone lullaby, sung many years ago.
Mama, mama many worlds I've come since i first left home.
July 10, 2018
Thanks Bill for being a friend . See you soon
Deacon Larry Brisiel, St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church
July 10, 2018
On behalf of St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church, we express our deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Bill during this difficult time. It is our prayer that he will rest in peace and experience the eternal glory of God's Kingdom.
July 9, 2018
I am so sorry for your loss, Victoria. You and your family are in our prayers.
Robin, Chris, Sarah and Emily
July 6, 2018
Who would have known that over 20 years ago "Mr. Bill"and I would become best of friends on an odyssey from West to Humana to United Healthcare to The Brokerage and Insure Prosperity with Adriana Freeman. Fortunately for me, Bill provided the laugh track for this journey. Along with others, Bill and I pulled doubles at West and worked the weekends until we were so tried all we could do was laugh until our faces hurt. Misery loves company and Bill was great company. When Bill went to Humana, I wasn't far behind. In 2010, I joined United Healthcare with Adriana Freeman. We encouraged Bill to join us, too. At United and more recently with The Brokerage, we worked the Hill Country and Bexar County together. When I drove, Bill was always certain I was lost and driving too fast. I was not lost, but I was driving too fast. We grew to know each other so well that most of our clients thought we were married. When people work together, it only becomes a partnership when you can trust each other to do the right thing, the best thing for our clients and each other. Bill and I were partners. There is surely a hole in my heart that will not soon mend.
July 2, 2018
I'm writing this through tears of sadness, but also happiness for having known Bill. When Bill and Vickie moved in next door to me almost 30 years ago, I had know idea I was getting two of the best life-long friends I could ever ask for. We have shared so many good and also tough times together over the years. Bill was always so enthusiastic about everything. After sometimes going years without talking to Bill, the minute I did, it was like we hadn't skipped a beat.
One of the funniest memories I have of Bill is seeing him with a big piece of aloe vera on his forehead and him explaining to me that he had not only run into the end of a sliding glass door, but had also been hit when the tire jack slipped, causing a big X on his forehead. He said that he looked like Charles Manson and was trying to prevent permanent scarring. Bill's laughter when telling a funny story sometimes made for a long story. It was hard to finish, because we were both laughing so hard. I will miss that laugh!
It breaks my heart that Bill will not be around to see Harper and Charlotte grow up, knowing that he would have been the best grandpa ever, just as he was husband, father and friend. My sincere condolences to Vickie, Lucie & Brandon and Lawrence. I love you all!
June 30, 2018
Rest in peace Billy. You will always be in my memory . We shared a great part of our lives , in our 20's , when we were all trying to figure out our way. I'm sure you would agree that even though we didn't have much money or a whole lot of prospects , we both believed that anything and everything was possible. You turned my coat to an early lesson that served me well to this day. "BE HERE NOW"---keep playin' ---see you the other side---love ya --bobby