Monty Graham Goff
- July 10, 1949 - November 2, 2011
- Austin, Texas
of Monty 's Passing
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To Vickie and Kate,
I was so shocked to see that the light of your life has passed away and gone home. He was such a happy person and made you feel as if he had known you for years! I will miss his jokes and most of all that big smile!
You and Kate will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Posted by: Denise/Tarrytown Dental Nov 16, 2011
Although it has been many years since our paths crossed, I was so sorry to hear of Monty's passing. I remember him as a warm and generous man during our LAA years. The tribute in the Statesman told of a life well-lived and I hope that gives you and Kate some comfort. May Kate and her new husband know many blessings during their life together.
Posted by: Cherie Deutchman Nov 14, 2011
Vickie, Kate, and Marty,
I was so sad to hear about Monty's death. He brought joy to everyone who knew him. He was so proud of Kate! He loved you all very much. Everyone was blessed that knew him. He was blessed to have such a wonderful family. I hope the many happy memories you shared will bring you comfort. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
I love you,
Mary Lou Clayton
Posted by: Mary Lou Clayton - Austin, TX - friend and admirer Nov 09, 2011
Monty was a dear, old soul who could find the positive in just about anything. With one short question he taught me not to deny myself a topic I was passionate about, thinking that it took away from the rest of my life. Monty is one of the special people I think about when I think of ethics, connection between people, caring and commitment and basically good beliefs.
Posted by: Sherry Payne - Austin Nov 09, 2011
Kate and Vicki,
It was an absolute pleasure to meet your family. I have much respect for your love for one another. Although I only met Monty a few times, I could tell how much love he had for you ladies. He was an absolute ray of sunshine. I was very saddened to hear of his passing. I will remember Monty and you girls for years to come.
Blessings, strength, and prayers from my heart to yours.
Posted by: Becke Frank - Austin , TX - Friend Nov 08, 2011
Mont was an architect/planner by training and he never stopped thinking about building or improving. This philosophy was applicable whether he was dealing with an organization, a group of people or an individual. I had the good fortune of working with him for all of his 19 years with TPCIGA and we had many a conversation on a vast range of subjects. It was obvious that he loved Vicki & Kate dearly, but also found enough time in a day
Posted by: Steve Durish - Round Rock, TX - friend and associate Nov 08, 2011
Dear Vicki and Katherine,
I was so shocked and saddened to read about Monty's untimely death. I am so sorry for your loss. I feel like you are part of my family, even though I haven't seen you in a while. Our years together definitely created a bond for me. My heart is with you always.
Posted by: Roberta Herman - austin, TX - former physician Nov 08, 2011
My prayers are with Vicki and family. What a special individual. May your memories sustain you at this difficult time.
Posted by: Pam O'Conner - Austin, TX - friend Nov 07, 2011
I had the privilege of working with Monty for the past 17 years. He always had a smile on his face and a genuine concern for his co-workers. He was such a big part of our lives here at TPCIGA and he will be greatly missed each and every day.
Posted by: Sheron Beltran - Austin, TX - friend & co-worker Nov 07, 2011
Monty was a great guy to work with. Very fun person.
Posted by: Barbara Parker - Dallas, TX - Working Nov 07, 2011