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Margie English Montanez

February 17, 1964 - December 7, 2020

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

Margie English Montanez departed this life on December 7, 2020 after a brief illness. She was
born February 17, 1964 in Springfield, MA to William C. English and Evelyn Cheltenham
English. She is survived by her husband Emilio Montañez and her daughters, Alexandria Doyles
and Emily English and granddaughter Avery Farquharson. She is also survived by sisters
Lynne LaBombard (Ronald) and Judith English and a host of relatives and friends.
Margie grew up in Springfield, MA and attended public schools in Springfield and Westfield, MA.
She moved to Los Angeles, CA and began her Healthcare career at Hollywood Community
Hospital where she developed lifelong friendships. She relocated to New Haven, CT in 2000
and became an invaluable member of the New Haven Rheumatology Practice for 18 years. She
was well loved by patients, colleagues and staff.

Margie was a member of Faith Church in Wolcott, CT along with her husband and served in the
Propel SHE Women’s Ministry. At the time of her passing, she was pursuing her Bachelor’s
degree in Human Services at Post University. Most recently, she worked at Newport Academy
in Bethlehem, CT where she was actively involved in the rehabilitation of at-risk youth.
Margie was an adventurous free spirit. She was an avid reader and loved the feeling of turning
the pages of a good novel. She loved the beach and spent many lazy summer days under a
colorful canopy watching the waves and enjoying a sea breeze with her husband and daughter.
She loved her 80s music and enjoyed indoor and outdoor concerts and was always a presence
on the New Haven Green for the summer concerts. She loved to giggle and you would never
see Margie without her signature red lipstick.

Margie’s passing is a great loss to all who knew and loved her. We were not ready to let her go
but she is at rest with her Lord.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.