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Warren J. Montag

January 1, 1937 - May 13, 2024

Warren J. Montag Obituary

Warren John Montag 87, of Verona, PA passed into his eternal heavenly life on May 13, 2024 after a long battle with cancer and ultimately pulmonary disease and their complications. Warren was born Jan. 1, 1937, in Jefferson Center, PA, the son of Franklin Edward Montag and Frances W. (Doubet) Montag.
Warren was a graduate of Butler High School (1954) where he met Martha, his wife of 67 years. He served in the US Army from 1956 – 58.  Gifted with a mind for problem solving and a lifelong thirst for knowledge, he went on to acquire degrees in Electrical, Civil and Electronic Engineering.  Having worked since a young age on the family dairy farm, Warren was inspired with an unshakeable work ethic, employed full time for 66 years until the age of 85, when he retired. He supervised maintenance of various manufacturing companies including Wiegand, Woodings, Haskell, US Tool and Die and Holtec. He was a member of First Reformed Presbyterian Church in Penn Hills, PA.
Warren will be lovingly remembered by his surviving wife, Martha P. (McCall) Montag, daughter Linda J. Montag of New York City, son David F. (Charity) Montag of Asheville, PA, twin sister Joanne Donovan, 2 grandchildren and a number of nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in death by his father, Franklin, mother Frances, infant daughter Karen Lynn Montag and sister Marilyn (Montag) Hines.
Interment was in the Summit Presbyterian Cemetery, Butler, PA.

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Warren John Montag 87, of Verona, PA passed into his eternal heavenly life on May 13, 2024 after a long battle with cancer and ultimately pulmonary disease and their complications. Warren was born Jan. 1, 1937, in Jefferson Center, PA, the son of Franklin Edward Montag and Frances W. (Doubet) Montag.
Warren was a graduate of Butler High School (1954) where he met Martha, his wife of 67 years. He served in the US Army from 1956 – 58.  Gifted with a mind for problem solving and a lifelong thirst for knowledge, he went on to acquire degrees in Electrical, Civil and Electronic Engineering.  Having worked since a young age on the family dairy farm, Warren was inspired with an unshakeable work ethic, employed full time for 66 years until the age of 85, when he retired. He supervised maintenance of various manufacturing companies including Wiegand, Woodings, Haskell, US Tool and Die and Holtec. He was a member of First Reformed Presbyterian Church in Penn Hills, PA.
Warren will be lovingly remembered by his surviving wife, Martha P. (McCall) Montag, daughter Linda J. Montag of New York City, son David F. (Charity) Montag of Asheville, PA, twin sister Joanne Donovan, 2 grandchildren and a number of nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in death by his father, Franklin, mother Frances, infant daughter Karen Lynn Montag and sister Marilyn (Montag) Hines.
Interment was in the Summit Presbyterian Cemetery, Butler, PA.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Warren J. Montag hosted by Fox Funeral Home, Inc..

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