Montana Kohler Death, Obituary – The pain in my chest is unbearable! A little more than a week ago, we had just finished our conversation. We were more like sisters than friends when I was in elementary school because I spent so much time at her house. She was my first and best best friend. Together with her, I created some of the most wonderful memories of my youth, and I will always be grateful for that.
We lost touch with one another while we were in school, but we rekindled our friendship after graduation, and it strengthened even further when our daughters were born approximately one year apart. The last time we got together was hands down one of the most enjoyable times I’ve had with a buddy in a very long time.
She had such a stunning appearance throughout her life and a huge heart, making her a fantastic mother.
A wonderful friend, a goofball, and someone whose grin could light up an entire room. My heart aches for her beautiful newborn girl as well as for the man she loves, Casey. Her entire family was there. Those people who had the good fortune to have known her. I’m really sorry that we didn’t spend more time together. The difficulties of postpartum are quite real.
Make sure your pals are doing well, make it a priority to hang out with them more frequently, stay with them for longer, and give them more bear hugs. I will look through my storage unit for other pictures from my youth, and I really wish I had a more recent one that included us and our daughters together. You are going to be greatly, deeply missed.