Marie Montgomery (7 Jan 1943 - 28 Jun 2022)

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Funeral Service

Location
Bournemouth Crematorium Strouden Avenue Bournemouth BH8 9HX
Date
18th Jul 2022
Time
1pm
Funeral Director
Nicholas O'Hara Funeral Directors Ltd, Verwood

Funeral Reception

Location
Crane Valley Golf ClubThe ClubhouseVerwoodBH31 7LH
Date
18th Jul 2022
Time
2.30pm

Marie-Louise Montgomery of Verwood, passed away on 28th June 2022 after a long battle with Parkinsons Disease. Mum loved bright colours especially pink and turquoise so if guests to the funeral want wear these colours that would be great.

Marie was born on 7th January 1943, found at the entrance of the Yeatman Hospital in Sherborne aged just a few hours. She was named Mary Yeatman. On 26th March 1945 Marie was adopted by Dora and Jim Morley, they named her Marie Louise Morley. The family later moved to Tanzania where Marie spent the next 18 years.

On returning to England Marie lived in London where she was a secretary.

In 1969 Marie met Patrick Montgomery in Bournemouth. Marie and Patrick went on to have three children, Anna, Theresa and Anthony. Patrick served in the RAF which led to the family travelling to Eastbourne, Scotland, Malta and Lincoln. Marie made life-long friends in the many places she lived.

Marie stopped being a secretary and remained home looking after her children and enjoying hobbies, such as baking, gardening, skittles and keeping fit. Marie also loved to listen to classical music. She late became an active member of the Women's Institute and British Legion when the family moved to Hordle, New Forest.

Patrick passed away in 2004 after short illness. Marie remained in Hordle until 2014 when she moved to Verwood to be closer to her daughter, Theresa, and her family. Marie was a loving parent and grandparent to her ten grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

In Verwood Marie enjoyed attending local groups where she made some friendships.

Marie had been diagnosed with Parkinsons Disease in 2005.

Angela Pimlott donated in memory of Marie

She was a very special lady and I know will be missed. Much love to all the family.

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Anthony Montgomery wrote


Hey mum, I am sat here at Edinburgh Airport writing your Eulolgy, which is so hard. Not because your not a wonderful to write about, but because your gone and I miss you so much. I miss your warmth, love and wicked sense of humour, I miss you Mum. You will always be in our thoughts, I hope your giving dad hell for leaving you behind. Love you always Anthony x

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Celia and Brian Smithers wrote

We have many happy memories of Marie coming up to visit us in Camberley with her father who she was devoted to. Rest in peace.

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Yvonne and Tony Berwick wrote

Time to rest now Marie. Will always treasure our bond as grandma xx

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You will be forever in our hearts. You are at peace now Mum xx

You will be forever in our hearts. You are at peace now Mum xx

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Robert Webb donated £30 in memory of Marie

With fond memories from old friends.

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  • Hey mum, I am sat here at Edinburgh Airport writing your Eulolgy, which is so hard. Not because your not a wonderful to write about, but because your gone and I miss you so much. I miss your warmth, loved and wicked sense of humour, I miss you Mum. You will always be in our thoughts, I hope your giving dad he'll for leaving you behind. Love you always Anthony x

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