Bryan Felix Montoya

Obituary
  • "RIP, Bryan. Until we meet again. It was fun doing a gig..."
    - Irma Avila
  • "My thoughts are with Bryan's family and friends. I knew him..."
    - Heidi Schulte
  • "Condolences to the Montoya family. May your memories of..."
    - Edwina Foreman
  • "My sincere condolence goes out to the entire Montoya family..."
    - Don Fuhrman
  • "Bryan, I will never forget the incredible good times we..."
    - Michael Roney

Montoya
Bryan is preceded in death by his parents and is survived by his sisters Cindy Montoya and Rachel Owens-Montoya, his brother Steve Montoya, his son Austin Montoya and his wife DeeAnn Montoya.
Bryan was a lifelong resident of Colorado. He grew up in Black Forest with his close knit family, including his Uncle Eli and Aunt Flo and beloved cousins. Bryan made his home in Elbert, Colorado for a time where he raised his son Austin. He spent the rest of his days in Black Forest where he met and fell in love with his wife, Dee Ann. He was an avid music enthusiast and "doctor of music" and was an exceptional salesman. He enjoyed cooking, doing things around the house on the weekends and was a fervent writer of letters and poems. He was known for his quick wit, his infectious laugh and his kind, compassionate spirit. All who were blessed to cross paths with Bryan will miss his sense of humor, love for football and nature, and devotion to the ones he cared for. We're sure he's dancing and singing in Heaven.
BRYAN FELIX MONTOYA
July 23, 1960
November 17, 2018
Bryan Felix Montoya passed away comfortably in his home in Black Forest, Colorado on Saturday, November 17, 2018. He was 58 years old. Bryan was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado on July 23, 1960 to Felix Joe and Ema Mae (Chavez) Montoya.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, December 1, 2018 at La Foret Conference and Retreat Center at 11 a.m.


Published in The Gazette on Nov. 28, 2018