Floyd E. Savage, Sr. • July 13, 2020

Floyd E. Savage, Sr., 74 of Gulf Breeze, Florida went to be with our Lord on July 13, 2020.
Floyd was born in Panama City, Florida to Grover and Hazel Savage on January 14, 1946. He was married to Theresa Hanson Savage and they shared 54 years together.
The outdoors is where Floyd spent most of his time. He loved fishing, tinkering, friends and family. He was a loving husband and father and will be forever missed.
Floyd is proceeded in death by his parents, Grover & Hazel Savage; his brothers, Grover (Eleanor) Savage, Jonny Savage (Scharlet); brother, Richard Savage. He is survived by his wife Theresa H. Savage, his two children, Gene (Erin) Savage, Heather (Randal) Savage-Renfroe; his grandchildren, Toni (Drew) Hodson, Devon Savage, Dalton and Quinton Renfroe and one great-grandchild, Oliver Hodson.
A Service of Remembrance will be held at Pensacola Memorial Gardens Funeral Home on Friday, July 17, 2020 at 11AM. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to Covenant Care Hospice at choosecovenant.org or to Alzheimer’s Association at alz.org.

  1. David Hardin says:

    I am sorry for recent loss. Floyd and I worked together with in the Construction group with Gulf Power from 1980-87. Others in the group included Tom Hinote, Ralph Bird, Anthony Chestang, and Ed Smith. I was fortunate to work with such a great group of guys, especially just coming out of college. Floyd’s many stories focused on his family and he needed very little prompting. Always the true professional who would only settle for your very best, but would also take the time to teach you what to do. Always open to a joke and it was had to get the best of him because he could always do you one better. The years working in this group were some of the best of my young life. Although we have moved on in life, I am periodically reminder of his constant smile and love of life. It was such an honor to know and work with such a great person and friend. David

  2. Ray Cowick says:

    I worked many of his projects at the plant he to me was one of the best at the plant to work with. He will be truly missed. Ray Cowick

  3. Bill Dickup says:

    My times that I spent with Floyd will always be treasured. When I was in his presence it was clear I was honored to be with someone special. His kindness and gentle spirit was an inspiration. My prayers are with Theresa as she grieves her loss.

  4. We really miss him. He was a kind gentle soul. Theresa we will pray for you

  5. Dee Niswonger says:

    I am sorry for your loss.

  6. Rob & Terry Chiodo says:

    Cousin Floyd has ended his journey here on earth with family and friends. Now he begins his new journey. God bless all his family left behind to find the strength and courage to move forward until reunited once again. Tess ,Gene, Heather and family you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Roby & Terry

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