SAVAGE JOHN DAVID, age 60, passed away on February 16, 2013. He is survived by his loving wife of 31 years Ronna Weintraub, father-in-law Abraham Weintraub, brother-in-law Wolf Weintraub, sister Louise Savage, mother Emma Savage, and several cousins. He was preceded in death by his father George Savage and mother-in-law Evelyn Weintraub. John had a Heart of Gold and loved helping people which was demonstrated daily throughout his 35 years of working at Straith Hospital. Donations may be made to The Holocaust Memorial Center, Farmington Hills, MI, or The Michigan Humane Society. A Celebration of John's Life will be held at a later date.
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RIP my brother! Your sister forever, Louise
A kind heart and loving soul - many good memories of times gone by. You will be missed by many of us who loved you but you will always be remembered in our hearts. Rest in peace with the Lord and the Angels and one day we will see you again.
RIP, Dear John, you will always be thought of with fond memories of our younger years. Anita
Lives were changed by those that knew John. He could bring out the good and laughter in everyone that took the time to talk to him. His love of life beamed with his words. Don & I will miss him dearly, as will everyone that got to hear his laughter. Ronna, you caught a great one, may his memory give you a lifetime of smiles.
Hello Ronna, I was very sorry to see of John's passing today. My father who shared John's room last October at Providence has also passed on to our Lord. God Bless you and we will keep John in our prayers. David Doyle & Family
Sending prayers and healing. Sorry for your loss Ronna. He was a lovely soul.
Ronna, you and John were a very special couple. I could see how well you took care of him in the hospital and the love you two shared. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
RIP John, your sister loved you more than life itself.
I will miss him.
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of our cousin John. I only saw him a few times as adults, the last time, 4-6 yrs ago. He was a great guy and I remember thinking how much he reminded me of his mother. He was very funny and personable. My sincere condolences for your loss.
Dear Ronna, Mr. Weintraub and Wolf, My condolences to you on John's death. I will get in touch with Ronna soon. Best regards, Roberta
John, I miss you more each day! I love you my Brother!