Steven Savage Obituary – After receiving his wings, Steven Savage is now capable of reaching vast heights. Around a month ago, I had the privilege of spending some time with Steven, which I view as one of the most significant blessings in my life. In spite of the fact that I was concerned about his health at the time, he appeared to be in excellent spirits and possessed the alluring smile that is characteristic of Savages. Since the moment we initially made eye contact, I’ve been secretly smitten with him.
When we were in high school, we would park our cars close to the intersection of Southwest Avenue and Elm Street, which had formerly served as the site of the WL Fireman’s Carnival, and listen to his cassette of Elvis Presley songs. This location had previously served as the site of the carnival. The WL Fireman’s Carnival used to be held in that location back in those days.
In the 1970s, while my aunt was visiting Hartford, she went to a play at the same theater that his mother had him and his brothers to watch when they were little. It ended up being a fortunate confluence of events. His roots, which he planted in the community by being an amazing musician and a good friend to all, will forever live on in the pleasant memories that we all have with him.
His contributions to the community will be remembered for as long as the community exists. His positive impact on the neighborhood will remain in people’s memories for a very long time. The house where he had grown up would always have a very important place in his heart. In the wake of Steven’s passing, everyone who had the privilege of calling him a friend will feel loss in their own unique way.
Some of my favorite photographs from Steven’s profile, which can be accessed online, are shown below. You can view them by clicking on the links provided. Please accept my sincerest condolences, not just for yourself but also for Mark, Michael, and Debbie, as well as for your parents. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. I was able to get up on stage with your people who were at Eastern States during the performance of the band that was on Connecticut Day.