Billy Wayne Montgomery

Billy Wayne Montgomery
Billy Wayne Montgomery


Mr. Billy Wayne Montgomery, 87, of Seymour, passed away with his family by his side, on Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020, at the Covered Bridge Health Care Campus.

Billy was born in Seymour the son of the late Ray and Hazel (Arthur) Montgomery.

He is survived by his wife, Catherine (Spray) Montgomery, children, Douglas (Carol) Montgomery and Beth Ann Montgomery, 3 wonderful grandchildren, Amanda (Ryan) Loudermilk, Andrew Montgomery, and Will (Samantha) Montgomery, great granddaughter, Laney Loudermilk. His niece, Kay Whitehorn and nephew, Timmy, sister-in-law, Patty Buster, brothers-in-law, Ronnie (Ruth) Spray and Steve (Michelle) Spray as well as numerous cousins.

He is preceded in death by his parents, daughter, Jennifer Lynn Montgomery, and brother, D. Warren Montgomery.

Family and friends may walk through for viewing on Sunday from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Voss and Sons Funeral Service. Funeral service is limited to 25 people on Monday at 10:00 Voss and Sons Funeral Service, with Rev. Scott Brown officiating.

The family appreciates all the prayers and concern for them in this time of loss. Billy will be missed by many friends in the community, but all services are limited to 25 for the safety of the family and friends. Cards and notes of condolence will be most welcome.

In accordance with CDC guidelines, masks are required before admittance to the funeral home as well as social distancing within the building. We kindly ask that there be no physical contact such as hugs or handshakes to protect staff and the family.

Burial will follow at Riverview Cemetery, with full military with full military graveside rites conducted by VFW Post 1925, American Legion Post 89, Disabled Veterans 47, Korean and Vietnam Veterans, all of Seymour.

Billy graduated from Shields High School, class of 1952. He then went to work at Arvin’s Industry before enlisting into the United States Army to serve in The Korean War. After the war he returned and started to work back at Arvin’s until they closed here in Seymour. He then went to work at Cummins Engine Company where he retired in 1988.

Billy always had a smile and an incredibly quiet demeanor about him but enjoyed being around people and so he took a job with Roger Kilgas Auction Services and Mensendiek Auction Service. He genuinely liked the auctions and reuniting friendships throughout the county.

Family asks that memorial checks be written to Parkinson’s Research through Voss and Sons Funeral Service.

Please visit the funeral home website at to leave condolences to the family.

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