Constance A. "Connie" Savage
1940 - 2020
November 7, 2020
Constance "Connie" A Savage of Las Vegas NV was born in Los Angeles CA on Aug. 3, 1940; she passed Nov. 7, 2020 in Las Vegas,NV around close family. Connie moved to Las Vegas in 1960 where she met and married Don Savage of Bozeman Montana in 1962 who passed away in 1997.She leaves behind her daughter Evie Savage Anderson and granddaughters Sady and Sara Savage of Las Vegas,NV. Her sister Lee Ann Haslam Cameron And brothers Pat Haslam and Randy Haslam. Many extended family members located in Montana and California. Connie was a graduate of Fullerton High School in California. Her devotion to friendship had her going to all the many class reunions and relished keeping in touch with many classmates and friends over the year's. Her love of reading and expanding her vast knowledge of various topics fueled her passion for travel to interesting places that always included a learning experience. She lived her life with love and integrity and will be deeply missed. Services will be private.
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Published by Las Vegas Review-Journal on Nov. 18, 2020.
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Love you Gram - forever.
April 21, 2021
I’m so sorry for you loss she was a great lady and I learned a lot from her xoxox
Pauline egbert
November 25, 2020
I am so sad learning about the passing of my friend Connie. She was a beautiful person both inside and out. I will miss our telephone talks and dinners out.....much love to you Connie and rest in peace.
Jeff Johnson
November 21, 2020
I worked with Connie in the late 1970s, where we all wore red uniforms and typed with red typewriters with red ribbons. Those were some great times, not sure I appreciated them as much as I should have. She was an amazing co-worker, and I have thought of her many times over the years. I also played Trivial Pursuit with her once, and never got a turn - she ran the board!!! I know Evie was the joy of her life then, and I am sure the granddaughters were another blessing. There will always be a special place in my heart for Connie. Peace and prayers to the family.......
Carol Claiborne
November 19, 2020
Connie..Oh Connie Savage a fellow employee at the Imperial Palace. Her appearance was most often in a suit, very professional. Great memory of Constance ‘Connie’ Savage.
My arms are stretched out to her daughter , granddaughters, sister. & brothers along with other family & friends.
Connie Engh
November 19, 2020
Our deepest heartfelt sympathy to all of Connie's family. We will forever treasure the almost 25 years we got to spend with Connie and call her our best friend. She will forever hold a place in our hearts and we will miss her dearly.
Pat and Kim Brown
November 18, 2020
Connie, You were the greatest friend anyone could have asked for. We may not have spoken as much as we would have liked but you were always on my mind and always in my heart. I love you my dear friend. Rest easy in heaven and I will see you again one day! I love you and you will be missed by so many. R.I P. Connie.
Kathy and Mark Clark
November 18, 2020
Dear Connie, it was always so great to work with you in the hospitality industry. I always admired you and looked up to you with respect and admiration. I have been blessed to know you and it Great being able to connect with you again these past few years. You are greatly loved by so many people and you will never be forgotten.
Becky Rhodes Snyder
November 18, 2020