In Memory

Vicky Montgomery (Schroeder)

Vicky Montgomery (Schroeder)


Vicky Montgomery Schroeder (74) passed away peacefully on May 20, 2018 at her home in Roswell, GA. She was born in Jacksonville to Coatsy and Willie Mae Montgomery on February 7, 1944, and graduated from Terry Parker High School in 1962.
She is predeceased by her parents and her brother, Edwin Coatsy Montgomery. She is survived by her sister Claudia (Billy) Johnson, husband Gerry Schroeder, and her children James Scott McGehee, Lisa (Stephen) McPherson, Kimberly (Frank) Neidzwicki and many loved grandchildren, cousins, and friends.
A memorial service will be held at 10:30am on Thursday, May 24, 2018 at St Peter's Chanel Catholic Church in Roswell, GA. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the St Vincent de Paul Ministry of the church.

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08/08/18 09:27 AM #1    

Norman R. Cheney


 Me and Johnny Ward used to love hot wiring that old Pontiac of your at lunch and cruise to the A&W. Miss your sense of humor and smiling face. :)


08/08/18 12:38 PM #2    

Jane Arnold (Johnson)

Dearest Jerry, I was so heartbroken to hear of beautiful Vicky's passing. I just can't believe it! She never lost a bit of her beauty, fun and kindness. She will always be in my heart. She spoke of you often and how happy she was to have found her true love. My sympathy to you and her children. Thank you for loving her so much. She was esay to love. Jane Arnold Johnson


08/09/18 08:17 PM #3    

Tom Buscemi


Jerry, Vicky and I grew-up togather, starting in the second  grade at Arlington Elementary.  We lived just down the street from one another and spent many days and afternoons togather, telling secrets, talking about boys and feeling, and being best friends.  I have class pictures of the two us at Arlington Elementary.  My  heart goes out to you.                                                                                                                                                                

        Nancy(Ellis) Buscemi 




08/09/18 08:35 PM #4    

Sandra Abernethy (Harrington)

Vicki was a very special woman. She was beautiful, kind and always radiated a positive energy.  My ex and I enjoyed our friendship with her and Jim as they welcomed their beloved children into the world.  We lost touch for years and were reunited via Words with Friends. Linda Harlow, Vicki and I kept the game hot, challenging each other on a daily basis.  Vicki encouraged me to attend our 50th reunion. We had a wonderful weekend rekindling high school friendships.  I never had the opportunity to meet her 2nd husband but Vicki often told me how very much she loved him.  She was so proud of her children and grand children, loving them with every ounce of her being. I have no doubt she is smiling down on them from above and anxiously awaiting their reunion in the afterlife. 

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