Mary Beth  Savage
Mary Beth Savage, 67, completed her earthly journey and passed away peacefully in the care of her loving family on Tuesday, March 17, 2020.
Mary Beth Winowiecki was born in Traverse City on May 10, 1952 to parents Frank and Bernice Winowiecki (Mikowski). Mary was a special woman who opened her home and heart, and who touched the souls of many with her unwavering compassion and love. She was a mother not only to her children, but their friends as well. Alongside her devotion to others, Mom had a passion for cooking and has taken her secret seafood salad recipe with her.
Her character will leave a lasting impression on those whom had the pleasure to meet her and undoubtedly are better for having known her.
Mary battled through three different cancers, but cancer could never dim the shining will for life and family that she held.
Mary is forever loved by her husband of 49 years, Ray Savage Sr.; daughters, Connie Savage, Kristy (Richard II) Williams and Kerrie Ferris; son, Raymond E. Savage Jr. She was the beloved grandmother to Alexander, Isabella and Addison; and dearest sister to Jan, who she loved with all of her heart.
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Mary and her family are in the care of the Reynolds-Jonkhoff Funeral Home and Cremation Services.
Published on March 22, 2020


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Carol Kik
Mar 24, 2020
Mary Was Loved So Much By Her Family And In-laws. I Held A Special Place In My Heart For Mary. We Always Had Fun Together, And Could Talk About Anything. I Loved Her Heart. I Will Miss Her Light. R. I. P. Sis. 💝
Paula and John Lewis
Mar 23, 2020
Mary always greeted you with her wonderful smile that lite up her in peace within Jesus's arms ...
Gerri & Frank Brzezinski
Mar 23, 2020
We are so sorry to hear of Mary's passing. Eternal rest grant unto her Oh Lord....
William Schrader
Mar 23, 2020
Aunt Mary,
We will always cherish memories of big breakfasts, plenty of food and family all around. You brightened many lives and brought forth many smiles. May you enter into God's heavenly kingdom and rest. We will always love you and miss you.