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Phillip David Montague

1989 ~ 2012

Phillip David Montague lost his battle with drug addiction on September 17, 2012.  We are so grateful for the years we had with Phil and for his influence in our lives. He loved his family and he loved his friends. Our hearts are aching but we find comfort in knowing he is free from the drugs that bound him and that he is now at peace and surrounded in love.

As a small child, Phil was imaginative and loving. He loved cub scouts, cousins and the many neighborhood friends he fought and played with.  Phillip played the standup bass and bass guitar.  He also was a talented lyricist

He loved the computer and would log his mother into DOS when he was barely 4 years old because she didn’t know how. Phillip was absolutely brilliant when it came to technology.  He was an avid computer “geek” and loved building computers. He loved online computer gaming and would max out levels in record time. He loved business and won several regional and state competitions in Decca. He loved selling and was highly competent in as much as he was always ranked as a top performer.  Phillips friends referred to him as charismatic and funny with a heart of gold.

Phil loved his 7 year old nephew, Ethan and spent time playing with him when he could. Ethan was like the little brother he always wanted.

Phillip is survived by his father, David R Montague of Spanish Fork, Utah,  his mother, Marian Allan ( Paul) Knight of Arlington, Washington, his sisters, Danielle Montague of Spanish Fork, Utah, Arianne (Troy) Benson of South Jordan, Utah, his nephew Ethan, His Grandparents, Collin and Peggy Allan of Mapleton, Utah and  many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Friends and Family are invited to pay their respects at a viewing Friday Night 6 pm to 8 pm (211 E 200 S, Springville, Utah) and the Funeral, Saturday at 11:00 am with a viewing from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the LDS Chapel, (1316 South Main Street, Mapleton, Utah)

5 Responses to “Phillip David Montague”

  • Tina Merryweather:

    The Phillip Montague Family:

    Phillips, life was so fragile, his passing so sudden, our hearts left broken. During this time of grief be not burdened by questions of things not understand.

    For solace may not come from answers.

    Rather, look for comfort in the belief that Phillip’s everlasting love. Let that lift you, hold you close, comfort you and give you peace to day and forever.

    Our continued thoughts and prayers are with each of you during this difficult time. May God bless you and keep you.

    With love and Sympathy,
    Tina Merryweather Family

  • Paula J. Lloyd Densley:

    Dave, Marion and Family,

    I have passed over this obituary several times the last few days for some reason today I chose to open it, only to make my heart ache so much!!!!!!!!!! Another wonderful child has lot the battle to the demons of addiction. I had no idea this was the little Phillip that I know.I too, have the addiction running rampid in my family. No end in sight. I can only say he is safe and in good hands. Only he could’ve made the decisions to fight and win the battle. It is out of our hands for the most part really…. I am so sorry please know I am here if any of you would like to give me some insight or if I can help in any way…….

    I love you all so much and treasure our friendship.


    • Marian:

      Dear Paula,

      I never responded to this and wanted to thank you for your kindness. Even after almost 2 years it helps to read your words of love. I know you know what it is like to loose a son and know the hole in your heart that is never filled. I hope the addiction that you mentioned in your family is under control at this time.

      Much love to you,


  • Hapairai Family:

    Dear Montague family:
    Phillip was in my primary class when I lived in Mapleton. One day he got on the table and yelled “Teacher, catch me”. I caught him. Soon after I found myself catching other kids who thought this was a great game. Mike Stark was supposed to help me but like me he had his hands full. Then I heard Phillip say “Teacher, why didn’t you catch me?” I was speechless.
    Today I find myself speechless at this news, but I am certain that Heavenly Father caught Phillip in his loving arms.
    May Heavenly Father dry your tears and comfort your hearts,
    The Hapairai Family (Bryson)

  • Marian:


    I was reading this again and thank you so much for sending it. I know it has been almost 2 years, and I should have responded before. I remember how much Phillip liked you as a primary teacher. Phillip used to jump off everything and yell ‘Catch me!’.

    Thank you for your kind thoughts. Even this much later they bring comfort and fond memories.


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