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Our beloved wife, mother, daughter, sister, granddaughter, auntie Am and friend unexpectedly passed away from cardiac arrest at the University of Utah Hospital on April 22, 2018. As, Amberly took her last breath, she was surrounded by so many who loved her. Amberly had an incredible witty sense of humor and her compassion was alluring. Amberly grew up in Fielding, UT with her brother and best friend, Branden Montgomery. She was blessed with a beautiful daughter, Madison Montgomery that she loved dearly and could not have been more proud of her and her many talents. Amberly married the love of her life, Clay Hancock on January 3, 2011 and together they lived in Fielding, UT. Clay had three sons, Caden, Cameron, and Conner Hancock that she loved as her own. Completing her immediate family was her beloved dog Charlie. Amberly loved her family unconditionally and could always be counted on to plan parties, camping trips, and insisted all family members being there. Amberly had an amazing work ethic, was employed for over ten years at West Liberty Foods and was adored by many friends and co-workers.
Amberly will be dearly missed by her husband Clay, their children Madison, Caden, Cameron and Conner. Her parents, Cynthia (Mike) Montgomery-Garn, Todd (Betty) Montgomery. Her brother Branden (Chelsea) Montgomery, sisters Krisha (P.J.) Stevenson, Jenilee “JJ” (Dax) Sederholm and stepsiblings. Nieces, Tyra (Jason) Bennett, Skylee, nephew, Gunner and great niece, Cora Bennett. Grandparents, Stan and Rula Reese. In-laws, Ron and Kathy Hancock the late Fred Hess and JoAnn Sato. Her favorite Aunt Kristy Chambers and so many more.
Amberly was an organ donor and through tragedy she will help so many.
Viewing will be held Thursday, April 26, 2018 from 6-8 pm at Rogers & Taylor Funeral Home, 111 N. 1st East Tremonton. Funeral services will be held on Friday, April 27, 2018 at 11:00 am at Fielding ward Church., 4375 West 15600 North, Fielding with a viewing from 9:30-10:30am. Interment in the Fielding City Cemetery.