Paul Anthony Montello
September 7, 1937 ~ January 21, 2022
Born in: Omaha, NE
Resided in: Stone Mountain, GA
Paul Anthony Montello, 84, of Stone Mountain, Georgia, passed away on January 21st .
Paul is remembered as a cheerleader, comforter, sage, shepherd, giver, and entertainer. He was among God’s athletes.
Paul was predeceased by his parents, Bernard “Red” Montello and Mary Ann Montello, and his brother, Biagio Montello. He is survived by his wife of fifty-six years, Phyllis Bartek Montello; his children, Paul (Kim), Mark (Kristie), Maria, and Ben (Cheri); and his eight grandchildren; Alexa (Ryan), Miles, John, Mark, William, Andrew, Mary, and Benji.
A funeral Mass will be held on Saturday, January 29th at Saint Stephen the Martyr Catholic Church at 11:30 a.m. 5373 Wydella Rd. Lilburn, GA 30047.
Funeral Mass: January 29, 2022 11:30 am - January 26, 2022 12:30 pm
St. Stephen the Martyr Catholic Church
5373 Wydella Road SW
Lilburn, GA 30047
Dear Montello Family,
You are all in our prayers as you grieve. May you experience the peace that surpasses all understanding.
Cristina (Garcia-Carreras)Zakis and familyl
My condolences to Phyllis and all the Montello family. I was pastor at Holy Cross Church for several years. Paul was always a great help on any project going on at the time. His enthusiasm was contagious. A great person. Again my prayers for all of you. God bless. Fr Patrick Kingery
My condolences to the entire Montello family. Paul was so kind to me while I worked on my degrees at Georgia state. We kept in touch while all of his children attended St. Pius. He will be missed. Ruth McCullough
So sorry for your loss.
Mark, Mrs Montella & Family:
My sincere condolences at this time. Loss is never easy, but we are blessed with cherished memories of our love ones. May you all be embraced by those memories and blessed by our heavenly Father.
Mary Beth Marino
Kevin Goff’s Mother
We extend our sympathy to Phyllis and family. May God comfort you, we pray. Paul was one of the most generous, kind and gentlemanly persons! He will be especially remembered for his professional work and investment in putting together and printing the Bartek Family Genealogy book in 2009. His labor of love has left our family a great legacy for generations to come! May God reward him and grant Paul eternal peace and happiness in heaven with Jesus our Savior and with all his loved ones who went before him.
With love, prayers and sympathy,
Elaine (Bartek) and Warren Davee
Condolences from extended family back in Nebraska.
Prayers and hopes that Paul is quickly escorted to heaven by his guardian angel.