Linda L. Montgomery

June 27, 1961 ‒ March 31, 2017

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Linda L. Montgomery, age 55, of Mount Vernon passed away on Friday, March 31, 2017at her home.

She was born on June 27, 1961 in Zanesville, Ohio to the late Dale and Elmonta (Duvall) Bowers.

Linda is survived by her children, Wayne Rittenhouse, Mandy Rittenhouse, Robert Love, Marinda Rittenhouse; six grandchildren, Zoie Cook, Cloie Smail, Wayne Rittenhouse III, Faith Love-Ard, Jordyn Horlacher, Tiegan Majors; three sisters, Minnie Jo Dayton, Helen Bowers, Vada Clark; and her brothers, Charles (Angel) Bowers and Bill (Kris) Bowers.

In addition to her parents, Linda was preceded in death by her husband Charles Montgomery and her brother Jeff Bowers.

There will be no calling hours. The family will observe a private graveside service at a later date.

To send the family a condolence online visit: www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

The Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Linda L. Montgomery.

  • Sending love and prayers to ALL who knew and loved Linda.

    “Janet” … Dylan (and Girls) – YOU are in my daily thoughts and prayers. I’m with you, if only in spirit.

    “Don’t Dream It, Be It”

    #ARND

  • Sincere condolences to Linda’s family. May the good memories linger longer than the pain of loss. May the beautiful promises in the Holy Bible comfort you. Psalm 46:1, Revelation 21:4,5

  • Linda was well Linda. She was a very outspoken person but had a huge heart. She did a lot for people and went out of her way. She and her late husband Chuck went above and beyond and helped my parents are few years ago when they were in need and I could never thank them enough for what they did, and I will always consider them family.

  • Sendings love & prayers to all the family!

    I met Linda @ the MT. Vernon colt football field. I had the pleasure of having Jordan on my cheer squad. Linda was always there & eager to help in any way she could. She had a way of making your feel like you’ve known her all your life & feel comfortable talking to her about everything. R. I.P. Linda you will be missed by many.

  • So sorry to hear about Linda. Enjoyed knowing her when she worked at StRt 95 as a waitress. My late husband Don enjoyed teasing her. Last time I seen Linda was at Don’s viewing. She will be missed.

  • Jordyn,

    Sorry to hear about the loss of your grandmother. I met you and Linda when you attended Head Start in Centerburg. It was a fun time; your grandmother was always there for you! I am glad to of known your grandmother personally outside of the classroom. I am glad to have taken time to be her friend when she needed it. You remind me so much of your grandmother. How awesome!!!

    Miss Deb