Gary Savoth
July 2, 1955 - January 7, 2020
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Gary Savoth, 64 of Long Branch, passed away peacefully surrounded by love Tuesday, January 7th at Monmouth Medical Center. Gary was born in Neptune and grew up in Allenhurst where he had a childhood filled with family, friends, and fun. He then lived in Long Branch for many years. Never far from the beach, Gary …
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PATRICK DEGENNARO left a message on August 7, 2020:
I just decided to google his name....really don't know why? We were friends from White Sands....back when we were 10 yrs old. It was always a pleasure to spend time with him each Summer. I was floored to find his obituary. I was hoping my Google search would have found him thriving. RIP GARY.
Eileen Warn left a message on April 22, 2020:
May the perpetual light shine upon him granting him eternal rest. Amen. So sorry for your loss.
Julie Ruddy left a message on January 14, 2020:
I was so sorry to hear about Gary's passing. He was a sweet, kind soul. I have a lot of great memories of him at various events throughout the years. My sympathies to Rebecca and he family.
Jean Lohmann left a message on January 10, 2020:
A candle was lit by Jean Lohmann on 2020/01/10
BRIAN L LUKOWITZ left a message on January 10, 2020:
I met Gary when I was 18 and started working at CW Rogers and son in Manasquan around 1980.We got along pretty well and he kinda took me under his wing back then because I think he could tell I was heading for trouble. He was right ! One thing he would say to me whenever the song "lucky man" by Emerson,Lake and Palmer came on was that song was about me, what he was saying at the time was despite the difficulties I was going through that I had my whole life ahead of me. He was always trying to support me ! One thing for sure way back then was the FACT that Rebecca was the most important thing in his world ! He spoke about her ALL the time with LOVE. One funny memory(and there were many) was the time he and I were wrestling on the show room floor at CW Rodgers and the boss (Bud Rogers) came in and saw us and just shook his head and walked away. We both laughed like heck and then dusted ourselves off and got back to work as if nothing had happened. :) Also, if it wasn't for Gary pushing me along,I may never have gotten my drivers license, he made me get my permit and practice driving with him and then one day at work we went for a drive and unbenounced to me , it was to take the road test to get my license ! I freaked out but I did it and passed ! Those are just a couple of the good memories I have about Gary in the short time we spent together. He touched my life in a positive way and I was glad to have known him, I will try to be more like the example he was for me. That is to be more giving of myself and my time to others ! Getting out of myself. You will be missed Gary Love from your friend Brian(a.k.a. "goofball")
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Rita left a message on January 9, 2020:
Dear Savoth Family, We are so very sorry. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Gary was a great person, with a kind heart. . . . gone too soon. May he rest in peace. Sincerely, Rita and Alexis Cocco
Steve Trachtenberg left a message on January 8, 2020:
So sorry to hear of this. I knew Gary from Highschool.Several years ago I met up with him and he was still one of the nicest guys.R.I.P.
Chris griffin left a message on January 8, 2020:
Both Craig and I are devastated. Your Dad was one of our most cherished friends.
Tim Zeiss left a message on January 8, 2020:
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Joyce left a message on January 8, 2020:
Dear Rebecca & Raymond, Paul & Wendy, Diane & Tom, and the Savoth Family, I am terribly saddened by the news of Gary’s passing. My heart grieves with you and your love ones. Over the last few years, I am glad that Gary and I had reconnected to share family photos, life stories and cherished memories of the summers we shared at White Sands. Gary’s love has left an indelible imprint in my heart. Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts. With love and my deepest sorrow, Joyce (Hutter) “There are no goodbyes for us. Wherever you are, you will always be in my heart. “ —Mahatma Gandhi
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