Dr.Vicente Montemar, Jr.

Dr. Vicente V. Montemar Jr., 79, of Bryan passed away Saturday, December 22, 2007, at his residence. A memorial Mass will be 2:30 p.m. Friday, December 28 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church.

Dr. Montemar was born in the Philippines and was a resident of Bryan since 1982, after moving from Marlin, Texas. Prior to his retirement, he was a physician, practicing in the Philippines where he performed charitable surgeries for children. He also practiced in Chicago, Pennsylvania, Marlin and Bryan. Most recently, he was the medical director of Westgate Plasma Center. He attended St. Mary’s Catholic Church.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Nita Gonzales.

Survivors include sons, Al Montemar and wife, Riz, of Plano, Texas, and Vincent Montemar and wife, Cathy Flores, of Chicago; daughter, Grace Montemar and husband, Anthony Garcia, of Chicago; sister, Micaela Pasasadaba of the Philippines; and two grandchildren.

Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association, Brazos County Division, P.O. Box 4358, Bryan, Texas 77805.


  1. To express our deep sympathy to you in your loss. We thank Dr. Montemar Jr. for being in the medical field as a physician – performing charitable surgeries for children. May God’s Speed Be With You Dr. Montemar.
    The American Legion
    Earl Graham Post 159

  2. Grace, Vince and Al ~ I’m so sorry for your lost. I shall pray for you, your father and your families. Love, Naida

  3. Dear Al, Riz, Vince, Cathy, Grace and Anthony,

    My deepest condolence for the passing of your father Tiyo Vic. May you have peace in your hearts knowing he is now with God. I pray that God will bless you to have peace in these sad times.


  4. Dear Grace,

    I am so sorry to hear of your father’s passing. Know that you and your family are in my prayers. Take care and God bless you during this very difficult time.

    Sarah Boreen

  5. Dear sweet Grace – family,

    I’ve been praying for you this week, for peace, understanding – comfort from the Lord. My hope is that you will continue to sense your dad’s presence at every future holiday gathering. May this awareness be a blessing with tears of joy, not tears of sorrow. And as you reflect on memories of your father, please remember this as well, he isn’t ‘gone’, just different. He is now made perfect – surrounded by the love of his Creator, which is the ultimate goal of us all!

  6. Oh Grace! I am so sorry! What a terrible loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

    Dana – Joe Balaz

  7. with heartfelt condolences to my beloved nephews ;vince and al and my neice ,grace and their families.may he rest in peace in the arms of the Lord.

  8. My family and I expresses our great misses for our brother, MANONG BOY…
    May his spirit be with the Lord our Creator and gives him the eternal rest.

    He is like a father and a great brother to me…

    With all my heartfelt condolences.

    Neil – Family

  9. My family and I are thinking of all of you during this difficult time.

    Much love,
    Cinnamon, Vicky, Larry and Yancy

  10. We miss both Dr. and Mrs. Montemar. They were good neighbors and friends. Our deepest sympathy to the family.

  11. we’re sad to hear your loss. He will always be in our prayers and your family will be in our thoughts. Take care – will get in touch with you soon.

  12. Vincent. Al and Grace,
    Here’s our most heartfelt sympathy for all of you. May your Dad and rest in peace
    Happy New Year!
    Our new phone # 512-508-0440

    Uncle Manding – Auntie Rose, Mary Ann, George – Ellen

  13. We are truly sorry for your loss. I remembered your dad as a fun and loving person. I am here for you and your loved ones.


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