Robert Bob Lee Montague

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Robert "Bob" Lee Montague

February 09, 1929 - November 20, 2017

Robert "Bob" Lee Montague, 88, of Live Oak, Fl passed away Monday, November 20, 2017 in the Suwannee Health Care and Rehab Center after a long illness. He was born in Arcadia, Fl, February 9, 1929. Bob proudly served in the U.S Marine Corp. coming home to start a career in the dairy industry. He retired as the south eastern sales manager for Pet Dairy after 37 years in Bradenton, Fl. Upon retirement he moved his family to Live Oak in 1992. Bob went back to work years later for Suwannee County as a site attendant for the first refuse site in Wellborn, Fl. While working there he met and shared his love for Christ with others. Bob enjoyed hunting and fishing but his greatest joy was serving as greeter at his Church.
Bob is survived by his wife of 37 years: Radella S. Montague, Live Oak, Fl; Daughters: Pat Montague (Grant Gullet), Lake City, Fl, Naomi Montague, Wellborn, Fl and Donna Ann Montague, Newberry, Fl; Sons: Robert (Lorraine) Montague, Live Oak, Fl, Sam (Patty) Montague, Bradenton, Fl and Jeremy Montague, Port St. Lucie Fl; Eleven Grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, sisters and daughter: Pandora, son: Roger and granddaughter: Shellie.
Graveside service will be held 1:00 pm, Friday November 24 2017, at Mt. Olive Baptist Church Live Oak, FL.
The family of Mr. Bob wants to thank the nurses, certified nurse assistants, and auxiliary staff members of the Suwannee Health Care and Rehab Center south wing for their care, love and compassion. Without each of you these past 4 years would have been impossible to endure.
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Daniels Funeral Homes & Crematory of Live Oak and Branford, FL is in charge of all arrangements.
Published on November 27, 2017
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