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July 18, 2018

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August 1, 2016
The Man that properly introduced me to GOD. My heart is sad to say goodbye but also rejoices because your labor in this life has come to and end. Sis Montoya I know GODS comfort surrounds you because you know where Pastor now resides, in GODS HOLY presence. Thank you both for all the wisdom and common sense that you both instilled in us that sat under your Leadership. Tony Montoya a true Man of GOD and I have yet to taste a better Menudo than yours.

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Sis Elizabeth Daniel Hopkins
August 1, 2016
Brother Montoya was a pivotal point in my life. I will always be thankful for having met him & shared our time together. You are loved, John
July 31, 2016
I am honored to have known Tony. He was an amazingly gentle man who had survived a horrific string of events during WWII. Events I am not sure I could have handled my self. I have watched him recount the horrors of war to others, reliving that hell each time he recounted it, all in the hope of effecting an end to the senselessness of war. After the war, he dedicated his life to God and brought hope to many in the Pacific. I am a better man for having know you Tony, thank you.
July 30, 2016
Thank you for your service and sacrifice to our country. My dad, Eddie was in the 59th coast artillery and was POW for 42 months in Japan. May you both rest in lasting eternity in Heaven. RIP.