Amanda L. Savage

March 27, 1992 ‒ September 27, 2016

Butler, Ohio

Amanda L. Savage passed away after a battle with ovarian cancer Tuesday, September 27, 2016 in Riverside Methodist Hospital surrounded by her family. She was 24.

She was born March 27, 1992 to parents Robert & Kimberly (Hunter) Savage in Zanesville. Amanda moved to the Butler area as a little girl and later graduated from Clear Fork High School with the class 2010.

Not ever knowing a stranger, dedicated to her family, and loyal are only a few ways to describe Amanda. She was very devoted to her family, especially to her daughter and son. Her children meant the world to her and she did whatever it would take to make sure they were well taken care of. Not only did she commit all her time to her children but she also cared and loved her foster children like her own.

Amanda truly enjoyed the outdoors and all that came with it. She spent spare time Deer hunting, horseback riding, and gardening. She also loved having her farm, and caring for all her animals, which included horses, chickens, cats, and dogs. But most of all Amanda truly enjoyed spending time with her family and she will be truly missed.

She is survived by her daughter Savannah, and son Kayson; fiancé Travis Colvin; parents Robert and Kimberly Savage; siblings Joe, Shawnda, and Erica; grandparents Mordy and Marge Hunter; father and mother-in-law Vickie and Rob O’Connor; Travis’s siblings and his extended family; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Her family will receive friends Sunday, October 2, 2016 from 2-6 pm at the Bellville Snyder Funeral Home with a service on Monday at 11 a.m. Pastor Patrick Bailey will officiate.

Contributions in Amanda’s memory to her family may be made at the funeral home.

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  • I still cannot wrap my heart around that this is actually true! Amanda was always an inspiration to me while I was in school. She was always so nice and offered for me to ride with her to the KCCC and even to flag, she never vatted an eye at it. She will be so miss by so many! Rest easy up there with everyone, keep Harry under control. Don’t party to much!

  • Will miss you Savage! You were such an amazing person and touched all the lives you came in contact with. Keeping all the family in my thoughts & prayers. Love you guys and love you Savage may you rest in peace

  • Amanda, you will always be in our hearts and our memories. Life will not ever be the same. Your children will live on for you. I know you will protect them from above. It does not seem fair, for reasons we don’t understand, God needed a fighter and chose you. May God bless you and your entire family through this. With all our love, we will miss you till we meet again someday.

  • Our hearts are broken. Amanda was truly amazing. She had such an impact on so many people. She was a special NIECE and we will miss her and her smile that brightened the room when she was there. Prayers to Wally, Kim, Travis, and her two beautiful children Savannah and Kayson. I hope you find comfort in all the great memories. Taken away too soon. We love you!

  • I can’t begin to tell you how this has pained my niece and everyone that Amanda knew and loved. God bless Amanda in heaven and her family and friends on earth. RIP Amanda Savage, you are in a better place now and someday you will greet us all.

  • I still can’t believe you’re really gone. In high school you were always smiling and laughing, and keeping the Flag Corp entertained. I pay not have talked to you in years but you will be truly missed by your family and friends. You will always be my freshman.

  • Amanda was one the nicest girls at school and even though i wasnt in the same “cliche” she was she never thought ill to talk to me and ask how i was doing. To her family i feel for you im trully sorry for your loss. We all will miss her.

  • I am so sad and heartbroken. I watched this beautiful girl grow up. I can still see her riding in the little trailer behind Bob and Kim’s pit bike at Dragway 42. My heart goes out to Bob and Kim, Travis, her precious babies and all her family and friends. Thoughts and prayers and condolences to all of you. I know my Daddy will watch over her. God only takes the best.

  • I’m so sorry for your loss. She truly was a amazing young lady. I’m so happy I got to meet her when she worked at jeld-wen. She will be one beautiful angel.

  • I am very to hear of your loss of your Daughter Amanda, Kim. I have not seen you for many years but I still wanted to tell you that my thoughts and Prayers are with you and your Family. If there is anything I can possibly do to help you during this time, please let me know.

  • Amanda often spoke of her daughter and how much she loved her daughter, riding horses, and the people that cared for her daughter while she worked. I worked with her at Tyco Electronics and after her departure I kept tabs on her. She loved her fiance and often spoke of him. I just hope her babies will know how much they meant to her. Saying goodbye is never easy and I’m sure she found peace that her family will care for her children.
    I found peace in a poem I have that I will share:
    I am free:
    don’t grieve for me, for now I am free; following the path god laid for me. I took his hand when I heard him call; I turned my back and left it all. I could not stay another day, to laugh, to love, to work or play. Tasks left undone must stay that way. If my parting left a void, fill it with remembered joy…a friendship shared, a laugh, a kiss; ah yes- these too I will miss. Be not burdened with times of sorrow, I wish you sunshine for tomorrow. My life’s been full, I savored much- good friends, good times, a loved ones touch. Perhaps my time seemed all too brief…don’t lengthen it now with undue grief. Lift up your heart and share with me, God wanted me now, He set me free.
    Unknown author.

    • Amanda was there for me when no one else was and to know that she is now gone is the worst thing I can ever deal with when I was told that she had passed away I was torn apart I was crushed I was so heartbroken that I didn’t know what to say I’m so lost without you Amanda this is honestly the worst thing that has ever happened to me

  • Our hearts are so heavy and broken that our girl is gone. Amanda has touched so many people. Our families did everything together and it will be so hard to go on without her. She loved her family and her babies more than anything and I know she will be watching too make sure we all raise them right. I LOVE you amanda and there won’t be a day that I don’t think about you. RIP honey

  • Bob and Kim, Words cannot express our sympathy for the loss of your daughter, Amanda. She was a beautiful person with a kind heart. God has her in his forever care now. Rest In Peace Amanda.

  • Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to you All. I am so glad we got to meet Amanda and Savanna with Travis a couple years back. She is an angel looking over you all now, may she rest in Paradise. Love, Cindy and Ron

  • My thoughts n prayers for the family n especially to her children!!! Amanda was such a nice person!!

  • Extremely sorry for the loss of a tremendous person, I only met her a few times but I know and love this family, and know that God is watching over you all during this difficult time.

    with deepest sympathy,
    Cornbread and family!!

  • Amanda, I don’t know where to begin. You gave me 6.5 of the best years of my life, and you blessed with two of the most amazing and beautiful children. I don’t really know how we are going to continue with our life without you but I know that you will keep us on the right track. I love you Amanda and I hope you are resting easy. Tell Harry I said hi and kiss turbo for me. R. I. P BABY UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN

  • We are so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you all and praying for peace and comfort during this time. Her babies will definitely know their momma is up there watching over and protecting them.

    With deepest sympathy,
    Vince Storms and family