Jean Savage

Funeral Service will be held a later date

Served by the Stettler Funeral Home & Crematorium
Box 1780
Stettler, Alberta, Canada

Obituary of Jean Savage

Jean (Brenchley) Savage


It is with broken hearts that we announce the passing of Jean Savage on August 17, 2021, at the age of 92 years.  Jean will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Jean was born in April 1929 to Charles and Ida (Whitehead) Brenchley. Jean married the 'love of her life' Jack (John) Savage on April 9, 1955 and were married for over 65 years. Jean greatly missed Jack after he passed away on November 29, 2020. Jean and Jack had two sons Dean (Patti) Savage of Wetaskiwin and Norm Savage of Killam, two grandchildren Hannah (JD) Hill and Milo Savage.

Jean grew up on the family farm near Scollard, AB and graduated from Snake Lake School. She attended Bible College in North Vancouver before settling in Calgary. Jean and Jack also lived in Keoma, Carstairs, Camrose, and Stettler.

Jean is fondly remembered for her great love for her family and friends, gentleness, strength of Sprit, heart for God, and woman of prayer. Many people were blessed by her ministry of “Have Tea, will Travel”. Jean was a wonderful cook and baker, and crafter who attended many farmer’s markets. She also enjoyed competing in car gymkhanas / ice racing and the outdoors, especially being in Kananaskis.

Jean is survived by her sons Dean (Patti) Savage of Wetaskiwin, AB and Norm Savage of Killam, AB; grandchildren Milo Savage of Leduc, AB and Hannah (JD) Hill of Okotoks, AB; sister Josephine Cornelssen of Airdrie, AB sister-in-law Marie Brenchley of Stettler, AB; brother-in-law Ron Moore of Calgary, AB.

Jean is predeceased by parents Ida and Charles Brenchley; spouse Jack Savage; sisters Bess Moore and Francis Tingstad; brother Jim Brenchely and brother-in-law Ken Cornelssen.

Special and heartfelt thanks and appreciation goes to Points West Living Stettler for their wonderful and compassionate care for Jean. 

Please note the planned Open House to celebrate the lives of Jean and Jack has been postponed due to further Covid restrictions.  In lieu of flowers, please donate some volunteer time to a local charity or to Ducks Unlimited.

To send condolences to the family, please visit  Stettler Funeral Home & Crematorium were entrusted with the care and arrangements.  For further information please contact 403-742-3422. 

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