Beaverton Historical Society
Gladwin County Obituary/Death Notice

   May 4, 2005 in Inverness, Florida. She was born March 3, 1929 in Hope, Michigan to Durward and Elva (Long) Keyes. She moved to Beverly Hills, Florida in 2003 from New Port Richey.

   Mrs. Savage worked as a bookkeeper for many years and most recently for the family business, Savage, Inc. She volunteered her time helping war veterans with both the Gladwin County VFW Auxiliary, presiding over the Auxiliary Honor Guard and the Michigan Blue Star Mothers of Michigan, and then in Florida, where she was appointed The BSM representative to the North Florida/South Georgia Department of Veterans Affairs relating to improving conditions at veterans’ hospitals. She enjoyed golfing, bowling, vacationing a few days each month at the Beau Rivage Resort in Biloxi, Mississippi, and spending the summer months in Michigan. She was a lifetime Methodist.

   She was preceded in death by a son, Mark Olin Savage, in April 1957, and a daughter, Pamela Jo Randall in April 1993. Survivors include her husband of 50 years, Marlin L. Savage of Beverly Hills; two sons, Clay Savage and Dewey Savage (Melinda), both of Crystal River, Florida; one brother, Victor “Bud” Keyes of Crystal; six sisters, Mary Miller of De Funiak Springs, Florida, Carol Collins of Evansville, Indiana, Sharon Holt of Stanton, and Hazel Grant, Eleanor Crocket and Margaret Killian, all of Beaverton; four grandchildren, Brian and Mardi, Marlina and Laura; and three Great grandchildren, Dale, Harley and Kayla.

   Arrangements are in charge of Hooper Funeral Home, Beverly Hills, Florida.

Personal Information
Death Date
Burial/Final Location
Publication Information
Pub. Date
Pub. Page
Gladwin County Record, Gladwin, MI
P:A2 C:?
Transcription Information
Transcribed by
Source Media
September 2009
Bob Frei
Use your browser's BACK button to return or go to Obituaries Main Page
You may also want visit Beaverton Historical Society or Gladwin County Historical Society

This transcription is copyright 2009 by the transcriber. Private use is permitted,
but republication may be only with written permission of the transcriber.
Posted by Bob Frei with the assistance of Jeff Naugle