Jack Montgomery is taking in his shingle. After 53 years as an attorney, he’s retiring from private practice and turning in his keys to the office as an assistant Bossier-Webster district attorney.
“In Ecclesiastes, Solomon says to every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose. Well, it’s the appropriate time for me to step aside,” Montgomery said.
Retirement isn’t going to be easy, the Springhill native said.
“It’s going to be hard. I’ve never sat on the bench in anything. I played athletics beginning in the ninth grade and was a starter in the ninth grade,” he remembered. “I