Angela Savery

Angela June "Angie" Savery

December 20, 1939 - September 27, 2020
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Angela “Angie” Savery of Middlefield, MA was surrounded by her loved ones on the morning of September 27 as she passed into death in the same manner as she lived her life: with quiet grace.

Angie was born to Ed and Laura Horalek in Gering, Nebraska on December 20, 1939. Her family moved to Middlefield when she was a young girl, where she met her childhood sweetheart, Rodney G. Savery. They were married on September 6, 1958.

As a teenager, she worked for Dr. Starbuck at the Big House in Middlefield where she honed her amazing cooking skills and impeccable housekeeping. She drove school bus for many years before settling in at the Gateway Regional School cafeteria where she was well known for her amazing cinnamon buns. She retired in 2008 after 30 years. Angie also enjoyed her summers working for Moe and Nancy Pease at their Blue Heaven Blueberry Farm for nearly 30 years.

Angie had many talents ranging from cultivating vibrant flower gardens to painting her many craft projects, but nothing compared to her joy of whipping up delicious food to share with her family and friends. Sunday dinners at the Savery house were legendary: everyone was welcome at our table and no one ever left hungry.

Angie will be remembered as a generous and loving woman who always put everyone’s needs before her own. Her love for her husband and family was unconditional. She will be remembered as a person of immense strength, never giving up or uttering a word of complaint in even the toughest of times. All who knew her will miss the warmth of her heart and the joy of her laughter. She was and will always remain deeply loved by her family and will forever be our “Angie, the Christmas Tree Angel”.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her brothers, Eddie and Bobby Horalek; her son, Thomas Savery; and her granddaughter, Emily Savery.

She is survived by her beloved husband of 62 years, Rodney G. Savery; her sons Skip, John, and Doug Savery; her daughter, Terri Mayer and son-in-law Andy Mayer; her grandchildren Jill (Chris) Strong, Madison Mayer, and Carson Savery; as well as two sisters, Dodie (Jack) Guyette and Janie (Kit) Hudson.

FUNERAL NOTICE: There will be no services or calling hours. In lieu of flowers or contributions Angie would be thrilled if you would enjoy a big bowl of ice cream with your family and hold dear the simple things in life. DERY FUNERAL HOME, 54 Bradford St, Pittsfield, MA, is handling the arrangements.
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dawn lincoln

Posted at 01:53pm
p.s. to what i already posted: I will miss seeing Angie and Rodney, especially at the Middlefield Fair and our High School Reunions where we could visit and chat. I will always think of Angie, now when I have a bowl of ice cream! Dawn (Damon-Bell} Lincoln.

dawn lincoln

Posted at 12:19pm
Angie was one of the most wonderful people I have ever known; " the salt of the earth". she was like a big sister to me, especially when we were teen agers. I will always remember when we were teens and she took me up to the cupola at the Big House, where she worked, to proudly show me a prom dress that she had bought. she was an inspiration. I am so glad that she fell in love with Rodney and they were married so long. a true success story. I will always love her and she will always be in my thoughts and prayers. Dawn (Damon-Bell) Lincoln.

Melodie Horalek-Gardner

Posted at 12:07pm
I will always remember the picnics and fun times whenever we went to Aunt Angie's house. She truly was a woman with grace and kindness. My heartfelt sympathy goes to my Uncle Rodney and my cousins. Thinking of you all. 🤗❤️ I love you.

Dennis & Sylvia Gargan

Posted at 09:10am
Thoughts and prayers for the family.

Rose Picard

Posted at 11:01pm
Dear Savery Family,
I'm sorry for your loss of your Mom.
Skip & John, as well as the rest of the family. I send you condolences & prayers. May she be well blessed in Heaven today.
God Bless All of You as well.
Rose & Jim Picard

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