Steven Savage Obituary Windsor Locks, Ct, Steven Savage reportedly died

Steven Savage Obituary, Death – Steven Savage of Windsor Locks, Ct has reportedly died leaving family and loved ones in agony and sadness, according to an online publication. “After receiving his wings, Steven Savage is now capable of reaching great heights. A month ago, I had the incredible good fortune to be able to spend time with Steven. I enjoyed our time together very much. It was a fantastic chance that we took. In spite of the fact that I was concerned about his health at the time, he appeared to be in good spirits and had that irresistible smile that Savages are known for.

Since the moment we first made eye contact, I’ve been secretly smitten with him. When we were in high school, we used to park our cars at the intersection of Southwest Avenue and Elm Street, which had formerly served as the location of the WL Fireman’s Carnival, and listen to the Elvis Presley music that our friend had recorded onto a cassette. The carnival used to be located at that intersection back in those days. It was a stroke of good luck that his mother took him and his siblings to the same concert in Hartford in the 1970s that my aunt went to see. The concert was put on by the same artist.

His roots, which he planted in the community by being a talented musician and a good friend to all, will forever live on in the wonderful memories that we all have with him. His contributions to the community will not be forgotten. His many positive contributions to the neighborhood will not be overlooked. The house where he had grown up would always have a very special place in his heart. In the wake of Steven’s death, everyone who had the privilege of calling him a friend will grieve in their own unique way.

The gallery that is included as part of Steven’s profile features a number of photographs, and I’ve chosen a few of my favorites to showcase here. Accept my sincerest condolences, not only for yourself but also for Mark, Michael, and Debbie, as well as for your parents. I am deeply sorry for your loss. I had the chance to catch up with your family during the performance of your band at Eastern States on Connecticut Day. I hope everything is going well for you.”