Jayne Marie Savage

Jayne Marie Savage

February 1955  ~  February 2021

Jayne Savage was born February 25, 1955, in Chicago, Illinois to James and Margaret (Irwin) Savage.  She was raised in Youngstown, Ohio where she graduated high school in 1973.  Jayne moved to Fremont for a few years before settling in Modesto in 1977.  She retired after 30 years as a Senior Loan Officer. She also worked as an assisted living caregiver for the elderly.  She enjoyed riding her bike and trips to the thrift stores. She loved spending time with all her grandchildren, and enjoyed taking them to Holiday events and trips to the park. She was a very kindhearted woman and always went out of her way to help others.

Jayne is survived by her daughter Melissa Lehman; son Bradley (Jenna) Lehman; grandchildren Isabella Ramirez, Avianna Alvarado, Andrew Lehman, Aleah Lehman, and Lilyana Lehman; and a great granddaughter Eliana Ellis.  She is also survived by 5 sisters and 3 brothers, James Savage Jr., Sue Vitale, Judy Deibel, Mary Savage, Patrick Savage, Anne Nock, Michael Savage, and Madeline Savage.

A memorial service to celebrate her life will be held on Saturday, March 13, 2021, 1pm at Allen Mortuary located at 247 N. Broadway in Turlock.

Please share your memories and condolences at www.AllenMortuary.com

9 Comments

  • Shaelyn Smith February 20, 2021 6:28 pm

    Jayne was my BEST friend. When she passed it took a piece of my soul. I will miss her for the rest of my life.
    I love you Jayne the pain Savage.

  • Beth Daver Ortz February 21, 2021 1:16 am

    Jayne was my best friend in Youngstown, from grade school,high school and adult life.I loved her dearly along with her family.I was blessed to see her a year ago.You will be in my ❤️ forever.Love,Beth

  • Bradley Michael Lehman February 21, 2021 6:01 am

    Jayne Savage was my wonderful Mother. She raised my Sister and I on her own and always made sure we came first even before her own needs. She was a very kindhearted Women. She was Extremely intelligent and very successful in the Real Estate and Mortgage banking business. She taught us to work hard and to always be kind to others. She absolutely loved ALL her Grand Children and spent the later years of her life dedicated to spending as much time as she could with each of them. Sometimes she spoiled them a little too much but that was OK. There honestly are not enough pages to explain how much I loved my mom and how many wonderful memories I had of her. She managed to give us a great Childhood and instilled essential moral values in us as we navigated through life. She was the Rock of our family, She was loved by all who knew her and she will live in our hearts until we meet her again in Heaven. She will be missed and never forgotten. The world will not be the same without Jayne Savage and all who knew her would agree. I truly believe She is now at Peace and smiling down from Heaven upon us. I love you Mom, your Son Brad.

  • Andrew Lehman February 21, 2021 6:09 am

    Grandma Jayne was so loving and kind I loved to make chicken salad sandwiches and drink Pepsi she always took us to Dolor General and we would buy toys and can I love her and will always remember her and always love her always she loved me and she cared for my family I hope one day I can see her again I will remember all the good fun and funny memories I had with her.

    Love your favorite and only grandson love you 🙂

  • Jenna Lehman February 21, 2021 5:34 pm

    Jayne was my mother in law. She was the best Grandma to my kids. She would always go above and beyond during holidays and special events. Always doing arts and crafts with the kids. She spoiled them rotten! I will always hold all the memories we shared close to my heart. She was always there whenever we needed her. She was an amazing woman and she will be truly missed. Love you Jayne

  • Aleah Lehman February 21, 2021 5:44 pm

    Grandma Jayne was so kind and loving and helpful she used to walk us to the store and and to the park. I miss her so much and I know she misses me . I will always remember her and I know she will remember me . Me and Lily and Drew always used to try to drink her Pepsi but she would always give us some we would always try to find peppermint patties for her. I miss her so much but I know I will see her again one day.

  • Aleah Lehman February 21, 2021 5:45 pm

    Grandma Jayne was so kind and loving and helpful she used to walk us to the store and and to the park. I miss her so much and I know she misses me . I will always remember her and I know she will remember me . Me and Lily and Drew always used to try to drink her Pepsi but she would always give us some we would always try to find peppermint patties for her. I miss her so much but I know I will see her again one day.

  • Melissa Lehman February 25, 2021 2:39 pm

    As I write this today my mother, Jayne Savage, would’ve been 66, I miss her very much. She was such a good mother to my brother and I. I have so many great childhood memories. Growing up we didn’t have much but my mom always made sure we lived in a nice house and stayed in the same school with all of our friends. She always let me have sleep overs growing up. She was such a kind-hearted woman. And also a very hard-working woman as well. She taught me the importance of working hard, family and believing in God. I will forever cherish all of our memories we shared together. She taught me how to be a mother at 18 years old when I had my first daughter. It was then I got to see what an amazing grandma she was! Sometimes we didn’t always agree but I know you were just worried and loved us so much. Now you are free in Heaven. No pain. No worries. No stress. And that is how I am able to deal with losing you on earth. I know we will meet again one day in Heaven. Until then keep watching over us all.
    I love you mom! Your daughter Melissa aka Missy ❤️

  • jacqueline Dale Wristen March 1, 2021 10:53 pm

    Brad and Melissa I am so sorry for the loss of your Mom and my dear friend of more than 40 years ,, it seems impossible for her to be gone so young and so soon. We were talking about going to Fanny Ann’s for her birthday and walking around old Sacramento, she had never been there so I wanted to take her. She was a wonderful person, A great friend and will be missed greatly by many. I love you guys and I am here for you if you want or need me, Love Auntie Jaci

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