Trevlene May Montgomery

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Trevlene May Montgomery

  Trevlene May Montgomery, born Dec. 7 during the blizzard of 1934 in Shamrock, Texas, was a blessing to her parents, James and Ula Montgomery. 

  Trevy, as she was known, is preceded in death by her husband Henry Foor Sr. and daughter Tina Holt.  Trevy is survived by her children Beverly Campbell of Altoona, PA., Terry Aden and Tracy Francisco of Apache Junction, AZ., Tami Foor of Stanfield, AZ. and her son, Henry Foor Jr. of Birmingham, AL. Trevy leaves a legacy of many grandchildren and great grandchildren. Trevy is also survived by siblings Robert Montgomery, Doris Miller and Susan Montgomery.

  Trevy knew at an early age that she wanted to be a mother. In 1953 Trevy met her our father, Henry “Hank” Foor in Superior, Arizona. Trevy and Hank were married in 1955 to start a family and to make her dreams come true of building a legacy of a loving God-centered family.

  Trevy spent most of her life as a homemaker and worked as an EMT for a few years because of her passion to help others. Trevy served God as a Sunday school teacher and even took on the chore of cleaning the church our family attended. In Trevy’s retirement years she loved making quilts, painting, jewelry making and sewing clothes for children.

Trevy dedicated her life to God at a young age and had a deep passion to be a humble servant of God and His word. Trevy ministered to all who would listen and made every effort possible to transport as many children to service each week that wanted to go. Her life was as a servant to God and she was grateful for the opportunity to lead people to Christ. Trevy left this earth on Nov. 23, 2018 passing her torch to all of us to continue God’s works.

  Services will be held on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018 Apache Junction First Assembly of God, 651 N. Ocotillo Dr., AJ, AZ 85117, Memorial Service 10 a.m. Viewing 1:30 p.m. at Bulman Miles Funeral Home 237 S. Sutherland St., Globe, AZ 85501 with Graveside Service 3 p.m. Globe Cemetery, 1700 Hackney Ave., Globe, AZ 85501.

  The family was assisted by Bulman Miles Funeral Services Globe .

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