In Memory of

Aaron L. Montgomery

March 23, 1972 - July 22, 2019


Aaron L. Montgomery, 47, of Lee’s Summit passed away peacefully on July 22, 2019. Visitation will be Friday, July 26, at Langsford Funeral Home from 6-8pm. Contributions may be left to his family.

Aaron was born March 23, 1972. Growing up, Aaron and his step-dad, David, loved dirt bikes and would take them to Enduro races every year. Aaron had a great sense of humor and was the master of creating song lyrics to replace the original words. Often, the results were dirty, but always funny. His sister can still hear “his lyrics” when she hears certain songs. Aaron loved his daughter, Lyric, and granddaughter, Violet, more than anything in the world.

Aaron is preceded in death by the tragic death of his mom, Linda; sudden death of his father in-law, Michael; and horrible death of his son, Micah. These events took a huge toll on him both emotionally and physically.

Survivors include his wife, Stacey; daughter, Lyric; granddaughter, Violet Aleena; sister, Vanessa VanBuskirk; father, Don Montgomery and his wife, Toni; step-father, David Nore; and 2 half brothers, Chad and Clint Montgomery.


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I am so sorry for your loss. Aaron was a great guy and friend. My best memory of him was in high school. We took driver’s education together and we learned to drive together. He always made me laugh and he always had a smile on his face no matter what. He will definitely be missed by all and I pray that God gives all of you some peace soon. God Bless you all and again I am so sorry for this great loss.

So sorry to hear of this. Aaron Were friends since we were kids. I remember how happy he was when he finally got his own family. My thoughts go out to Stacey and Lyric. I hope you both find peace and happiness. Until I see you again my friend. Rest easy. We got it from here

This is very sad! I think everyone had a crush on Aaron in junior & high school cuz he was so funny, cute & nice to everyone. I don’t know anyone that went to Belton in the 80-early 90’s that didn’t like Aaron. I had a couple of classes with him & he always had everyone laughing. I remember one day he came in to class & said no frowns today cuz I don’t have the energy to make y’all laugh today, I got big plans tonight that I have to give it all my attention too, someone said what are your going to be doing, he said washing my hair & the watching TV lol, we all laughed so hard. RIP Aaron you will be missed

Dear Stacey, Lyric, Vanessa, and All Family,

We are so sorry to learn just today of Aaron’s passing.
Janice and I will be praying for you to have a measure of peace and strength for this hard time .

Joe and Janice
Lakeland, Fl.

It has been a long time since I last saw Aaron but every time I saw him he had a nod and a smile for you. I hope the whole family finds some comfort in stories, pictures, and memories of Aaron during these coming days and beyond. My thoughts are with all the family and friends now. That smile that everyone talks about was real. Always made me smile

I am so sorry for your loss. Condolences to The entire family. He will be missed. I hope his wife and daughter remember all the great times that they had with him and cherish those times. Prayers for the family.

I was so shocked and saddened of the news about Aaron. I always thought of him as a gentle soul. I got to see him a few years ago and it was so great to catch up with him. He was always a nice guy with a sweet smile. I pray that God will wrap you in comfort and peace during this difficult time. Please know that Aaron touched a lot of lives and left a huge imprint on a lot of hearts. He will be missed by so many people.


Friday, July 26, 2019
Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063


Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063