Montgomery Place Street Signs

Montgomery Place Street Signs

In 2004 the Montgomery Place Community Association embarked on a project to explain the choice of names for Montgomery Place streets. The research and writing were undertaken by Kevin Gooding who was MPCA Finance Director at the time, with help from MCPA President Jim Earle.

The signs were produced at Abe’s Sign Design Group of Saskatoon, with owner Gerry Tunicliffe giving the Association his whole-hearted support. The paintings were done by Ray Friesen whose own father had fought at the Battle of Cassino. Ray took on the task with dedication and interest.

One fine Saturday on September 22, 2007 Jim Earle and MPCA Vice-President Dave Price, along with MPCA Secretary Larry Rempel, MPCA Communications Director Gary Berg and resident Don Janzen, rented an auger and then dug, filled, tamped and installed the first 16 signs. Three more were installed later.

Learn more about all the signs and names in Montgomery Place.

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*Please note that the Haida sign has been moved to the corner of Haida and Ortona.