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Billy Wayne Montgomery
Louisiana State Representative for
District 9 (Bossier Parish)

In office
1988 – January 14, 2008
Preceded by Jesse C. Deen
Succeeded by Henry Burns
Personal details
Born July 7, 1937(1937-07-07) (age 85)
Political party Democrat turned Republican in 2006
Alma mater Northwestern State University
Occupation Educator

Billy Wayne Montgomery, also known as Coach Montgomery (born July 7, 1937), is a former educator who represented the Bossier City-based District 9 in the Louisiana House of Representatives from 1988-2008. He was elected as a Democrat, but he switched affiliation to the Republican Party on October 3, 2006.

On August 6, 2016, Montgomery and four others were inducted into the Ark-La-Tex Sports Museum of Champions at the Shreveport Convention Center. Since its opening in 2007 through 2015, 132 persons had already been selected for this honor. Inducted with Montgomery are Ray Germany, a Louisiana Tech Bulldogs basketball All-American in 1959 and 1960 who resides in Haughton; Mickey Slaughter, a former Denver Broncos quarterback and Louisiana Tech coach; hot air balloonist Bill Bussey, a dentist from Longview, Texas, and the professional golf caddie Freddie C. Burns, Sr., an African-American from Shreveport, who for thirty-eight years was associated with Hal Sutton.[1][2]


Political offices
Preceded by
Jesse C. Deen
Louisiana State Representative for District 9 (Bossier Parish)

Billy Wayne Montgomery

Succeeded by
Henry Burns

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