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Frank Montoya

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Frank Montoya

Place of birth: Arizona

Religious affiliation: Other

Frank Montoya married Maria Christina Montoya of Douglas, Arizona in 1969, they meet upon his return from Vietnam where he served his country proudly in the United State Marine Corp. Once married he and his wife traveled the United States and started their family immediately his surviving children are Maricella Montoya Carter, Frank “Bambo”Montoya Jr, Marisol Montoya Robles and lastly Fernando Montoya. Once out of the Marine Corp he settled his family in Douglas, Arizona then moved to Sierra Vista, Arizona where they stayed for several years. For the past 15 year’s Frank and his family lived between Douglas and Tucson, Arizona. Frank is also survived by his Grand-Children Sydney, Seymone’, Savannah, Nike, Gabriel Robles Jr, Julia Robles, Cynthia Robles, Andre Olivas, Kristjan Olivas, Frank Louden Montoya III, Tristany Montoya, Angelino Montoya, Maurizo Montoya, Aaliayh Montoya, Tianna. He is survived by his Great Grand Children Brooklynn, Aniyah, Kiyan “Kash”, Cordae, Frankie Kriztina and Bob. He is survived by his sisters Marta Montoya Govan , Lupe Bacca Kyle and his Brothers Benito Montoya, George Salazar. He is also survived by his mother in-law Evangelina F. Green, His son in-laws Tyrone Carter, Gabriel Robles and daughter in-law Dessa Montoya, His Brothers in-law Lemuel Green, Herman Green, Adam Green his sister in-law Sylvia Vargas and many more family and friends.

Franks passing came as a shock to all who knew and loved him, we will honor the life he lived in the manner he would want us to with a celebration of life on Saturday August 2, 2014 at the United States Marine Corp Center in Tucson, Arizona.

Funeral Notice Detail

A Memorial Service will be held at

Celebration of Life to be held at the United States Marine Corp Service Center

Tucson , AZ

On: Aug 02, 2014 — At: 2:00 PM

1 Response

  • Maricella Carter On

    Remembering my Dad


    I think of you daily and remember all the wonderful stories you told us over and over again. I worry sometimes that I will miss the sign you promised to send me and hold out hope that I will hear your voice again one day. I miss you something awful! You will forever be The Beat of My Heart. Love, Maricella

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