Valerie M. Vali Montgomery
”1992 - 2023”

    Valerie M. Vali Montgomery

    Nothing Gold Can Stay
    Nature’s first green is gold,
    Her hardest hue to hold.
    Her early leaf’s a flower;
    But only so an hour.
    Then leaf subsides to leaf,
    So Eden sank to grief,
    So dawn goes down to day
    Nothing gold can stay.
      Robert Frost

      Valerie M. Vali Montgomery, 30, of Parsons, passed away the evening of Monday, January 23, 2023, following a car accident outside of Parsons.
      Valerie Michelle Montgomery was born on January 30, 1992, to Timothy J. and Valerie S. (Logan) Montgomery in Coffeyville, Kansas. As a young girl, she moved with her family from Parsons to Cherryvale and then Humboldt, where she attended high school.
      In 2010, Vali returned to Parsons. Over the years, she worked as a Certified Nurse’s Aide in nursing homes in Parsons, Neodesha and Chanute.
      She attended the Parsons Nazarene Church. A talented artist, Vali enjoyed writing songs and singing. She had a heart for helping others and was a wonderful mother and daughter.
      Survivors include:
      One son – Maximus Eugene Paine of Independence, Kansas
      One daughter – Isna Valie Rose Paine of Independence, Kansas
      Her mother – Valerie S. Montgomery of the home
      Her father – Timothy Montgomery Sr. of Humboldt, Kansas
      Three brothers – Justin Montgomery of California Jared Montgomery of Independence, Kansas Timothy Montgomery, Jr. of Cherryvale, Kansas
      Two sisters – Jasmine Montgomery of California Kimberly McGlaughlin of Cherryvale, Kansas Her infant son, Jaydyn Shane White, also passed away in the accident. Other loved ones who preceded her in death are her grandparents, and one sister, Virginia Rochell Logan.

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