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Gordon Montierth, Jr.

02/14/1968 - 06/04/2023
Service Date: 06/09/2023
Service Time: 11:00 am
Service Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at 2300 W. Javelina Avenue, Mesa
Interment: City Of Mesa Cemetery

Gordon Montierth, Jr., 55, also known as Gordie, passed away on June 4, 2023, in Mesa, Arizona.  He was born on February 14, 1968, in Phoenix, Arizona.  Gordie was a fun-loving, charming, and kind-hearted person who loved being the center of attention.  He was a good friend and loved by many.  Gordie earned the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America.  Most recently he worked in the financial services industry.

Gordie enjoyed participating in a variety of sports and attending sporting events.  In his youth, he loved to fish and ride his dirt bike at the family cabin in Greer.  He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and attended the Fiesta Ward.  He served the church for two years in the California Ventura Mission.

Gordie is survived by his children Gordon “Trey” (Kendra), Regan Smithson (Harvey), Houston, and Brighton, his former wife Sylvia (nee Lee), his grandchildren Braelynn and Remington, his mother Edna Rae Montierth (nee Clawson), sisters Sheri Skousen (Lynn), Shauna Hart (Rob), and Tamara Whitmer (Joe), and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.  He was preceded in death by his father, Gordon Leon Montierth.

A closed-casket viewing will be held on Friday, June 9, 2023, at 10:00 AM followed by a funeral service at 11:00 AM at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints located at 2300 W. Javelina Avenue, Mesa, Arizona.  Services will also be available remotely at https://zoom.us/j/98672840341.


  • Rozanna Rhoton Powell

    Oh Edna Rae…. My heart breaks for you and your wonderful family. Our prayers have been and will continue. I love you.

  • Randy D. Johnson

    Here it is a year after your death, and I just found out! You were more than just my financial adviser; I considered you a friend. In the years leading up to your passing there were times that you didn’t get back to me about questions I had due to the turmoil you suffered from going through the separation and I believe a divorce. You loved your wife deeply and was hurt badly by this separation. I understood your pain and wanted to give you space but was frustrated that you didn’t return my calls and lean on me during your sadness. I will miss not being able to meet up with you and chatting about current events, as you were very entuned on what was going on in the world. Damnit Gordie, you never came up to visit my cabin in Payson as you promised you would. You were part of the reason I was able to financially afford that place and helped me acquire it. I feel such grief at this time and can’t quit process that you’re gone. I’ll miss you my friend.

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