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— L. H.
Tyler Michael Montgomery
July 25, 1992 - May 04, 2012
Tyler M. Montgomery Final Obituary
Tyler Michael “TwoCanSam” Montgomery, age 19, a lifelong resident of Plainfield, IL, died suddenly on Monday, June 4, 2012 from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. He was born July 25, 1992 in Hinsdale, IL.
Loving companion of the late Alexis Banuelos, who died in the same accident. Tyler and Alexis shared a short amount of time on earth and now will be together forever in Eternity.
Beloved son of Michael (Laurice) Montgomery of Plainfield and Lydia (fiancé, Min Kang) Pabis Montgomery of Bartlett, TN, adored brother of Tiffany Montgomery; Sarah and Jennifer Altenbernd, cherished grandson of Myron and the late Maxine Helen Montgomery (nee Arneson) and the late Stanislaw and Anna Pabis, dear nephew of Michelle Doty of Joliet, IL, and Mark (Kim) Montgomery of Mendota, IL; Regina (Ed) Armour, Alina Pabis and the late Mario Pabis, fond cousin of Jennifer (Matt) D’Addio, Brad (Cyra) Doty, Heather (Vince) Taylor, Allison and Ashley Montgomery; Candice Armour, Lucy and Isaac Montezuma, loving second cousin of many including Michael, Tyla, Benjamin, Faith and Zachary, friend to all stranger to none.
Tyler grew up in Plainfield, was a 2010 graduate of Plainfield North High School and was currently attending Joliet Junior College where he studied music production and business. He was the leader/producer of the band Midwest Mathmatics. Tyler was a talented musician, who could play the guitar, piano, drums, keyboard and many other instruments. When he was not playing music he was employed at Shell Circle K at 135th/ Route 59 in Plainfield. Tyler also enjoyed skateboarding.
Tyler will be remembered as a caring, compassionate person who profoundly touched everyone he came into contact with.
Visitation Friday, June 8, 2:00-9:00 P.M. at Overman-Jones Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 15219 S. Joliet Road (Corner of Rts. 30 & 59), Plainfield.