Alonzo Montague

(Class of 1991)

Born in the Bronx, N.Y., He was a 1991 graduate of Brooklyn Tech, While at Tech, Alonzo was a 2-year starter at left offensive tackle. He was a 300-pound blocking
machine. In his Junior year, he lead Tech’s Offensive line, with their dominant wishbone running attack, to the semi-finals. Alonzo was on the All-Brooklyn team in his Junior and Senior years. As a Senior in 1990, he was a dominant player and wound up playing in the Brooklyn All Star game. After high school Alonzo received a full athletic scholarship to U Conn, where he started for 3 seasons as an offensive lineman.

Football was a constant passion in his life. After college he continued with his love of the game, passing on his knowledge through coaching, most recently with the Pop Warner League’s Manchester Sentinels, and at Manchester High School as the junior varsity coach.

Alonzo had formerly worked for Coca Cola Co. and had owned his own business, Montague Property Management. While at UConn, he became a member of the Nu Psi Chapter of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.

He was also a Little League baseball coach, a volunteer at the Manchester Fire Department, and received his emergency medical technician certificate.

Alonzo sadly passed away at a young age of 40 he is survived by his wife, Dr. Kathy (Cunberbatch) Montague and his 2 daughters, Khari and Nina.