Eunice D Montagna

eunice montagna

Southern Pines, NC
Eunice Duffield Montagna, 94, formerly of Whispering Pines and Belle Meade, passed away Thursday, January 12, 2012 at St. Joseph of the Pines Health Center.
Eunice was born in West Virginia in 1917 and was the youngest of five children. She and her husband, Monty (deceased 2007) retired to Whispering Pines in 1980 and moved to Belle Meade in 2000. They continued the social golf events begun at Whispering Pines onto Belle Meade.
A private memorial will be at a later date.
Eunice is survived by two daughters, Mary F. Donnally of Palm City, Florida and Sylvia Brook Montagna of Sedona, Arizona; one son, Charles E. Montagna of Greer, South Carolina; four grandaughters, one grandson, and two great grandaughters.
The family expresses much gratitude to the staff at Belle Meade, St. Joseph Health Center and First Health Hospice.
Memorials may be made to St. Joseph of the Pines, 160 Gossman Drive, Southern Pines, NC 28387.
Powell Funeral Home and Crematory in Southern Pines is assisting the Montagna family.
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  1. Eunice was a dear, sweet, gentle lady whom I got to know as a result of working for Monty at UCC. After we retired to Seven Lakes, it was nice to reconnect.
    God’s Blessings to Charlie, Mary and Sylvia. Emil J

  2. We all have lost a wonderful lady, Eunice brightened every room she entered. We always enjoyed meeting she and Monty at the CRC Board meetings, their contribution to CRC was invaluable. Our condolences to the family.
    Bob & Shirl Heward

  3. I will miss my Aunt Eunice’s quiet ways and gentle spirit. I enjoy remembering her absolutely consistent and straight fairway shots while I was just as consistently over the hill or in the creek looking for my ball at Twin Falls. I’m saddened to have lost

  4. I just received the sad news from Charle. I had only seen Aunt Eunice a few times since I married Rick but each time I enjoyed talking to her. Each December I would send her a card telling her about Ricks Family and then I would wait to get her card to se

  5. Charlie,Mary, Brook and Families,
    I am very sorry to hear about Aunt Eunice’s death. Though time and distance has seperated our families, we share your loss and feel your pain of losing such a wonderful person as your Mother. We were all blessed to h

  6. I am so sorry to hear of your families loss. We are never ready to loose a loved one. I have fond memories of the Montagna family and visits to their Charleston, WV home when my cousins and I were kids. It is a shame we all get so busy that we don’t stay

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