In Memoriam : Jennifer Savage

Jennifer Savage Jennifer Ellen Savage - age: 83
(June 24, 1929 to November 25, 2012 )
Resident of Saco, Maine

Visitation Information:
Visiting hours will be on Wednesday, from 4 to 7 PM, at the Dennett, Craig & Pate Funeral Home, 365 Main St, Saco. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Thursday November 29, 2012 at 11 am at Most Holy Trinity Church- Good Shepherd Parish, Main St., Saco. Jennifer will be interred at Laurel Hill Cemetery on Friday November 30, 2012
In lieu of flower memorial contributions can be made in her memory to American Diabetes Association P.O. Box 11454 Alexandria, VA 22312

SACO- Jennifer Ellen Savage, age 83, of Hillview Avenue, passed away on Nov. 25, 2012 at Southern Maine Medical Center in Biddeford surrounded by her family.
She was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts on June 24, 1929, a daughter of the late Joseph and Carmela (Visicale) Chiaramida.
After graduating from Lawrence High School, Jennifer went on to work for the Internal Revenue Service, in Andover, MA, the Morning Star in Kennebunk, Maine, and Burlington Coat Factory in South Portland.
She will always be remembered for her joy of cooking, walks on the beach, her kindness, generosity, sense of humor, and spending time with her family- especially her grandchildren.
Jennifer is predeceased by her sister- Grace Iannini.
She is survived by her beloved husband- Gerald Edward Savage of 53 years; 2 sons- Gerald E. Savage Jr. and his wife Sandra of Harrisburg, PA and John K. Savage and his wife Michele of Old Orchard Beach; 3 daughters- Cheryl Legendre of Saco , Ellen Lumb and her husband David of Winter springs, FL, and Jennifer Jo Savage of Saco ; brothers- James Chiaramida of Hampton, VA and Joseph Chiaramida of Newbury, Mass; sisters- Diane Demarco of Methuen, MA and Marie Hansonof Tucson, AZ, ; and nine grandchildren, Christopher, Jonathan, Kayce, Lauren, Stephanie, Natalie, Alex, Hailey and Miranda .

Shauna D'Agata - November 26, 2012Contact this person Contact this person
Uncle Gerry & cousins Gerry, Ellen, Cheryl, Jennifer & John, Our most sincere sympathies go out to all of you for the loss of Jenny, wife & mother. Auntie was such a very kind soul. She was loving, fun, caring, generous and genuine. I will always remember her laugh, she had such a wonderful laugh. She will be missed. She was loved by many and that alone says a lot. Our thoughts are with all of you. Lots of love, Shauna

Maggie Branam - November 27, 2012Contact this person Contact this person
So sorry for your loss my thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Ellen please let me know if I can do anyhting. Love Maggie

Jennifer J Savage - November 27, 2012Contact this person Contact this person
Mom , there are no words to describe what a wonderful kind human being you were, you were my rock. you have left us with so many fond memories. you will forever live in my heart, there won't be a day that will go by that I will not think of you. I know you are in a better place and have know more pain. I know you will be an angel watching over all of us rest in peace my dear mother. all my love Jen

MaryEllen King - November 27, 2012Contact this person Contact this person
Mrs. Savage was superwoman to us! I feel fortunate I got to meet her when I moved to Butler St, Lawrence Ma. 45 years ago. She was always busy, always laughing and loved life! The Savages invited me to spend summers in Maine every year when they moved during our 6th grade year. She cooked the best french toast and carted us to the beach every day without a complaint...always joy. Even when I got my head stuck in the bannister and I turned on the shower while a group of us were hiding during a birthday slumber party, Mrs. Savage always forgave me and had a good laugh afterward. I feel blessed to have known her and her wonderful family. I no longer pray for her but to her to keep us all safe, healthy and to help us model her values and goodness. Mr. savage, Chery, Gerry, Ellen, John , Jen and your families...our deepest condolensces on your loss. Love, Mary Ellen , Ron and Family

Charlene Williams - November 28, 2012Contact this person Contact this person
To uncle Gerry, and my cousins and friends, Cheryl, Ellen, Gerry Jr., John and Jennifer. Our hearts go out to you, with love and sympathy, peace and serenity. Auntie Jen has always been so Important to me and instrumental in my life. She was a tower of strength, and love and everything good. She would put things in perspective for me, offer support and encouragement, and always make me laugh. Auntie Jen will forever be in my thoughts, and always found in my hopes, keeping my heart happy, inspiring my smile, and gracing my favorite wishes and memories. Song of Tribute, by Worell. Though our paths may widen, I will always think of you. Wherever you go, wherever you are, I will think of you. There is no place among the stars that is too far to keep me from thinking of you. When I drink, I will think of you. When I eat, I will think of you. When I rejoice, I will think of you. Ah, when I think of you I will rejoice, and rejoice, and rejoice. Love forever, Charlene, Fred, Travis, Karen, and sister Marie.

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