Dartmouth Funeral Home

230 Russells Mills Road, South Dartmouth, MA


Savannah Elizabeth Gonsalves

January 27, 2001September 26, 2019
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Memorial contributions in Savannah's honor may be made to the National Forest Foundation at www.nationalforests.org or to American Humane at www.americanhumane.org.


  • Visitation Sunday, October 6, 2019
  • Funeral Service Sunday, October 6, 2019


Savannah Elizabeth Gonsalves

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Cali McMullen

October 11, 2019

It has taken me a little while to write this, but Savannah Elizabeth Gonsalves.. I love you beyond measures. You were the bestest best friend I could’ve ever asked for. Thank you for making me a better person. Thank you for believing in me and motivating me to be the best version of myself that I can be. You turned skies of grey into skies of blue. I’ll forever be thankful for all of the memories we shared and I will always hold a special place for you in my heart. Mark and Marianne you raised the most beautiful person, inside and out. Thank you for sharing her beautiful soul with the world. All of my love.... cal

Elizabeth Grossman

October 9, 2019

Baby Girl...there are no words! Your Auntie Liz is speechless, which never happens. The words I will say are...I’m sorry we lived so far apart and I wasn’t able to see you develop into the amazing woman you were.
To your mother, my best friend of almost 40 years and to your father whom I HAD to approve of before their marriage...
I don’t know how someone gets thru this kind of pain. I don’t know how to say that the sun will come out again one day. I don’t know how to say, Everyone who loved your child was blessed beyond belief that you are her parents. I don’t know how to say, I’m so sorry and I wish I could trade places with her in a second. I don’t know how to express my sadness for you. What I can say is...I absolutely love and adore you both. You are amazing parents. You have been gifted each other and your children. So many people grieve with you and love you all so much. Savannah Elizabeth was and will always be a remarkable young woman and will forever be remembered for her love of people and making people happy. My tears....OUR tears... flow with you and for you. The sun will come back again. And when it does , you will see that lovely girl at the top of the rainbow, sending you sweet kisses and sunshine! I love you.

Pam Saylor

October 7, 2019

RIP Beautiful 👼🏻👼🏻

sabrina skeffington

October 7, 2019

I have so many memories from 2nd grade on. I am so lucky to have gotten to meet you. My heart goes out to the family and friends of someone so amazing. I love you Savannah so much. Rest easy Savannah

Cristina Viveiros-Serra

October 6, 2019

Dear Gonsalves Family,
On behalf of St James- St John School we wish to extend our deepest sympathy on your loss. We have fond memories of Savannah and we are praying for peace, comfort, and strength in this difficult time for you and your family.

Tara Couto

October 6, 2019

I’ll always cherish the memories we made and the laughs we shared. Rest easy beautiful ❤️

Kate Collis

October 6, 2019

So many memories from 5th grade through middle school. Our hearts ache for the family and friends of such a wonderful soul, rest peacefully sav❤️

allison cravinho

October 5, 2019

I’ve known Sav my whole life, we were basically destined to be great friends since our dads were friends and their moms were friends when they were kids. i remember introducing her to some of my friends and we formed a little group that would hang out almost every holiday, on birthdays, and even just randomly get together for hang outs when we wanted to see each other. our little group didn’t see each other often but when we did it was like no time had passed. it breaks my heart endlessly that you’re gone, you were one of a kind and there won’t ever be anyone else like you. i’ll miss taking photos and staying up all night with you, going roller skating and having walks in the woods, writing little things in the tube. Rest easy, i love you forever and always.

Kim Cravinho

October 5, 2019

We are so blessed to have known you. Our hearts are broken. Your family is our family and you were like one of own. I will always remember:

How you touched the hearts of everyone who met you.
Your free spirit and your courage to be different.
Your kind heart and caring soul.
Your concern and love for your friends and family.
Your strength and wisdom to know when someone needed help.
The parties and sleepovers at our house.
The chats we had. You were so easy to talk to.
You girls singing your hearts out in Allison’s car at 2am.
How you were so nice after my failed attempt at the vegan birthday cake.
Celebrating Christmas, Easter, Birthdays, and bringing in the New Year together.
The way you always hugged me and said I Love You .

I feel you there like an angel watching over everyone, giving them strength. Thank you for being you. We will miss you dearly and we will hold you in our hearts forever. Love you.

Hannah Potter

October 4, 2019

I remember first meeting Sav at a mutual friends party. From then on we became a group. We spent every New Years together. Birthday parties, daylight savings. No matter how long we didn’t see each other we would always pick right up. We would all go on adventures to the tube and through the woods. I swear every time I saw her something was different whether it be her hair, her sense of style but she was beautiful no matter what she did. That’s what I loved most about her she wasn’t afraid to be different. Rest easy beautiful soul. Until we meet again ❤️



Memorial contributions in Savannah's honor may be made to the National Forest Foundation at www.nationalforests.org or to American Humane at www.americanhumane.org.