RANDY-SAVAGE-Obituary

RANDY LEE SAVAGE

Ontario, California

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57, of Ontario, California passed away in a local convalescent home October 10, 2009. Born in Los Angeles on March 21, 1952, he spent his entire life in Ontario. A handsome, athletic, musically talented Eagle Scout attending Chaffey High School, Randy was rendered comatose by a drunk driver in...

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God speed Randy

Carl Vince
Yucaipa,Ca

My thoughts and Prayers will always be with you Randy,you will be missed forever in our hearts

I first met Randy when I took Guitar lessons from him. Later we dated. Although I never remembered that night of the accident, it changed both our lives forever. While we both came through it, it altered both of our lives forever. Over the years I have lost touch with the Savage Family but occassionally would hear of Randy through his lifelong, loyal friend, Barry Epperson. Yes Brenda, there was the Randy before and the Randy after, but the smile, humor and warmth was present in both. ...

I am really sorry to hear about both passings. I will pray for the families and offer my deep sympathies. God bless.
With love.

Reading all the entries in Randy's guest book I was inspired to make a few comments of my own. I met Randy when Brad Epperson and I started dating. Brad would talk about how he and Randy played guitar in the band. Over the years Randy would attend the Epperson "get togethers" and it was always a pleasure to make sure that Randy had his Pepsi. I will miss visiting Randy and sneaking in Carl's Jr and special treats. But, I know that Randy and Brad are playing guitar together in...

I'm sorry to hear the news of Randy and your Dad. I remember when Randy drove us to the junior high programs at Westminster Presbyterian Church. I remember when he helped out in my mom's classroom at Hawthorne school. I remember seeing him ride his bike around the neighborhood and greeting everyone he saw. Our prayers and love are with you.

I would like to thank all the people who took the time to leave the the comments here in the guest book. It is of great solace that I read your memories of Randy- before the accident and after. As his "little sister", God gave me two brothers. The one before the accident and after. With my Dad's passing on the 1st of October, I was in NO way prepared to loose my loving brother who followed so soon after. I thank all the people who knew and loved him through the years. The best way...

Can't begin to express what Randy and Harold meant to me and to my family over the last 50 years. I hope some of you can join us at their memorial Sunday at noon at Vince's Spaghetti, 1206 W. Holt in Ontario. Here's a small YouTube tribute to Randy from my family: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iHwMBdtKRc

I was one of the many students that Randy's life touched. As a student at Hawthorne Elementary School in the 1980's I can remember the excitement that my classmates and I would have when we'd see Randy riding his bike onto the campus. We'd excitedly whisper, "Randy's here!" to one another. He was so patient with us and gentle, and he taught me that being differently-abled is a good thing. Now, as a grown woman, I attribute my love of teaching, working with, and befriending the...