ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Tony Savoy, 68 years old, born on May 30, 1953, and passed away on May 20, 2022. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Kevin Tennyson on June 9, 2022
You all have my sympathy and condolences in your loss. Tony is a great man! I worked with him when he worked for the National Park Service at the White House and knew him when he worked on the White House staff. He always had a smile and a great sense of humor,and his laugh will always be remembered. May he rest in peace. In honor of his memory, I am donating to the ALS Association. May God and Jesus be with you all and your time of grief and sorrow. He will be missed.Love to all!
Posted by Mary Ingram on June 9, 2022
To the Savoy family, I am truly sorry for your recent loss Mr. Savoy was so much more than a neighbor or father of one of my great and long time friends. He and his wife Linda were like second parents to me. When I was good Mr. Savoy let me know when I was bad Mr. Savoy let me know. In doing so he still made sure to always build me up encourage me and guide me. He will always be missed, loved and thought of fondly.

Deepest condolences Love,

Mary Ingram
Posted by Angella Reid on June 9, 2022
To the Savoy Family:
My deepest and sincere condolences on the loss of a most caring, generous and kind man. Tony was a dear friend during our time of working together and after. We were in touch up until early May and I looked forward to our communication and the stories he would share through the years. He was positive to the very end always striving to lift others up no matter his discomfort.

He persevered to the end and I wish him peace in the hereafter. And to you all, know he was a loved and respected colleague and friend and will be remembered for his impact on the lives of so many colleagues, Presidents and their families.
Rest In Peace Tony! One Love, Angella
Posted by Kelly Green on June 9, 2022
Tony,

I will never forget the kindness you extended to me until the day you retired from the White House. Your joy was contagious and you always lifted the spirits of others. My prayers are with the entire Savoy family, as I know you are running around Heaven checking everything out!

Kellico
Posted by Tilda Proctor on June 3, 2022
Tony,

You are our brother from another mother. We love and miss you so much. We miss your smile and laugh. We have so many great memories with you. A special bond that will never be forgotten. Rest in Paradise.

Love,
Bambi, Tilda
Carlos, Kisha and Dylan
Posted by Wynonia Lee on June 1, 2022
Tony,

You were one of a kind, the best of the best. I will miss our fun times together and the laughter we shared. Rest in Heaven. We love you and miss you so much.

Nonie and Family

Posted by Harriet Savoy-Hanley on May 31, 2022
R.I.P. Gone but never forgotten. You were a great friend to me and my family.

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Posted by Kevin Tennyson on June 9, 2022
You all have my sympathy and condolences in your loss. Tony is a great man! I worked with him when he worked for the National Park Service at the White House and knew him when he worked on the White House staff. He always had a smile and a great sense of humor,and his laugh will always be remembered. May he rest in peace. In honor of his memory, I am donating to the ALS Association. May God and Jesus be with you all and your time of grief and sorrow. He will be missed.Love to all!
Posted by Mary Ingram on June 9, 2022
To the Savoy family, I am truly sorry for your recent loss Mr. Savoy was so much more than a neighbor or father of one of my great and long time friends. He and his wife Linda were like second parents to me. When I was good Mr. Savoy let me know when I was bad Mr. Savoy let me know. In doing so he still made sure to always build me up encourage me and guide me. He will always be missed, loved and thought of fondly.

Deepest condolences Love,

Mary Ingram
Posted by Angella Reid on June 9, 2022
To the Savoy Family:
My deepest and sincere condolences on the loss of a most caring, generous and kind man. Tony was a dear friend during our time of working together and after. We were in touch up until early May and I looked forward to our communication and the stories he would share through the years. He was positive to the very end always striving to lift others up no matter his discomfort.

He persevered to the end and I wish him peace in the hereafter. And to you all, know he was a loved and respected colleague and friend and will be remembered for his impact on the lives of so many colleagues, Presidents and their families.
Rest In Peace Tony! One Love, Angella
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