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McGilley Antioch Chapel

3325 Northeast Vivion Road, Kansas City, MO

OBITUARY

Patti Lynn Savoy

December 28, 1949July 31, 2019

Patti Lynn Savoy, 69, passed away July 31, 2019 at her residence. Private services will be held at a later date.

Patti was born December 28, 1949 to Earl and Harriett (Tice) Holton in Kansas City. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Gordon Hadley Harlan. They were married from 1969-1980. He passed away on November 23, 2004. In 1992, she married Richard (Dick) Francis Savoy of the home.

Additional survivors include two sons, Richard Todd Harlan and wife, Theresa Hernandez Harlan, Christopher George Harlan and wife Lorinda Kaye Harlan; five grandchildren, Brittany DeJong, Erin Leatherman, Jackson Harlan, Samuel Harlan and Richard Harlan; great grandson, Tylenn (T.J.) Hamilton; sister Debbie Hobbs. Dicks’ six children Chris Savoy, Cindy Mitsopoulos (Greg), Charmin Savoy (Steven), Carole Davila (Gerry), Celeste Finegan, and Cheri Prather (Rich). Twelve grandchildren Adrianna Mitsopoulos, Alie Davila, Megan Mitsopoulos, Alexa Clodfelter (Matt), Nick Davila, Katie Davila, Courtney Finegan, Noah Finegan, Eden Prather, Addison Finegan, Mia Savoy and Emery Prather.

Patti enjoyed singing and entertaining as a dynamic duo with her husband Dick for many years. She also loved decorating, traveling, scrapbooking and helping others relax as a massage therapist.

  • FAMILY

  • Richard (Dick) Francis Savoy, Husband
  • Richard Todd (Theresa Hernandez Harlan) Harlan, Son
  • Christopher George (Lorinda Kaye) Harlan, Son
  • Brittany DeJong, Grandchild
  • Erin Leatherman, Grandchild
  • Jackson Harlan, Grandchild
  • Samuel Harlan, Grandchild
  • Richard Harlan, Grandchild
  • Tylenn (T.J.) Hamilton, Great Grandson
  • Debbie Hobbs, Sister
  • Chris Savoy, Dick's children
  • Cindy (Greg) Mitsopoulos, Dick's children
  • Charmin (Steven) Savoy, Dick's children
  • Carole (Gerry) Davila, Dick's children
  • Celeste Finegan, Dick's children
  • Cheri (Rich) Prather, Dick's children
  • Dick's twelve grandchildren Adrianna Mitsopoulos, Alie Davila, Megan Mitsopoulos, Alexa Clodfelter (Matt), Nick Davila, Katie Davila, Courtney Finegan, Noah Finegan, Eden Prather, Addison Finegan, Mia Savoy and Emery Prather.

Services

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Dennis Hayden

August 23, 2019

I will miss this dear soul. She had a infectious laugh that could be heard everywhere. It came from the soul. Always had a smile on her face and a good word to speak about anyone. I worked with Patti for years. Sometime side by side doing couples massage or chair massage at an event. Other times, she was the admin for the massage company with a willingness to help out in any way she could.

Denny Fitterling

August 22, 2019

Patti was one of the rare ones. Always a beautiful spirit with a smile that matched. Patti worked for me for years but quickly became a friend after just a short while. She was always easy to get along with, genuine with her feelings, sincerely caring about her friends, co-workers and clients. She talked lovingly of her family and always had a story to share. I will miss Patti as she had a great impact on the lives of all she touched including mine. Patti helped make me a better person by watching her interaction with others. We will miss you Patti but Heaven just got a GREAT massage therapist and an even better personl.

Eleanor Schaeffer

August 7, 2019

Patti and I worked together for Massage Masters and then NewLife Massage. We used to trade off chair massages in her home and had lunch on the Plaza-her favorite place being Winstead's. She was always upbeat and happy and had all of the positive qualities anyone would desire. I knew she'd been sick, but I didn't know how seriously. She was devoted to her family, especially the grandchildren. I'm sure going to miss her. My prayers are with all of you.

Eleanor Schaeffer

August 7, 2019

Patti and I worked together for Massage Masters and later for Newlife. We used to exchange chair massages in her home or meet for lunch on the Plaza. She was always so upbeat and joyful. She was beautiful, fun-loving, kind, generous...well, every good quality there is. She was so proud of her family, especially the grandchildren. I'm so sorry for your loss.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY