Amanda Montgomery Obituary, Death – Amanda Jeannine Montgomery, our lovely daughter, died in vain on December 9, 2022. She has been a blessing to us for 42 years.
She had an impact on everyone she met. As a child, she was fond of horses and other animals. She developed an interest in equestrian riding but never had a horse farm. Amanda enjoys camping, hiking, wildlife, and spending time with her friends and family. She traveled Europe, lived on the south shore and had a zoo full of animals. She was intelligent and beautiful, and college provided new options for her. Following her graduation from Bridgewater State University, she earned two master’s degrees.
She worked several jobs before settling on a vocation that matched her principles. Amanda placed a higher priority on happiness and experiences than on fashion. “This year, let’s choose experiences over presents,” she would say at Christmas and birthdays. Amanda moved to Texas from the northeast in 2010, far away from the “Boston” style of life. Texas was distinct in that it allowed her to be herself and flourish. Her Texas-born children, Andrew and Natasha, are fantastic. She had friends that were like family to her. She preferred her new Odyssey Academy teaching job to her life in Texas. I enjoyed teaching science. “Take chances, make errors, and get dirty!” Amanda constantly urged her children. She had discovered her calling, and she adored those children almost as much as her own.
Amanda was born and raised in Massachusetts before being reincarnated in Texas. She’s returned to Ma, but we can’t touch or hear her laugh. We’ll keep an eye on her. We’ll keep her in our thoughts and prayers. From above, she observes her Randolph parents, Robert and Sharon Montgomery. Rob and Ashley Montgomery of Plympton will continue to be cared for by her. She’ll see her family. Friends and family in Massachusetts and Texas will remember her. All I ask is that you do the same for your loved ones. Pay attention to them, especially what they don’t say. Our daughter was cruelly taken away, yet her legacy will live on forever. Please join Amanda’s friends and family at the Elks Lodge in Randolph, MA (21 School St) to honor her life. 6-10 pm on January 27, 2023.