Larry Savoie passed away on Thursday, October 21, 2021.
Larry grew up in Villeneuve where he later helped his dad run the Shell gas station the family owned. He
never tired telling stories about his childhood friends and adventures in the little community.
In 1970, Larry married Marlene, “his sweetheart”. They settled in St. Albert where Larry started his own
trucking business which he ran until his retirement in 2006, and where he and Marlene raised their
three children: Kimberly (Mark), Todd, and Greg (Gina).
Larry was a wonderful husband and father and always supportive of his family’s interests, sports, and
hobbies. He was an incredible grandpa to all of the grandchildren: Cayden (Lea), Gage, Mikerline,
Ethan, and Thea. Todd’s dog Maggie was always affectionately referred to as “the other
granddaughter”, as she was very special to him.
Larry enjoyed camping, family reunions, “happy hour”, and playing cards with his friends. He was a
great story teller!
Larry was predeceased by his parents Laura and Ed Savoie. He is survived by his wife Marlene, his
children and grandchildren, and his sisters: Judy, Barbara, Connie, and Maureen as well as by his nieces
and nephews, and many cousins and friends. He will be so sadly missed.
Sincere thanks to our home care providers this past year, especially Terrisita and the doctors and nurses
at the Royal Alexandra Hospital who provided such care and compassion.

Serenity Funeral Service
North Central Chapel

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Thomas & Therese (Riopel) MELNYCHUK & family

Dear Marlene & family
Our sincere sympathies to the entire Savoie family. Our prayers are with you. We will always remember Larry and the time we spent with you not only as a relatives but also, the years as awesome neighbors.

Bernadette Serafinchan (Riopel)

Savour family,
Our most sincere sympathy on the passing of Larry. May God’s arms always be around you to bring you comfort. May Larry Rest In Peace.

Glen & Bernadette

Colette Tardif

Chère Marlene,
Nous t’offrons nos sincères sympathies à l’occasion du décès de Larry. Nous sommes avec toi en pensée et en prières.
Colette et Hervé

Joanne Bugnet (nee Savoie)

Larry. like Uncle Ed, had so many wonderful stories and I know his children and grandchildren listen and laughed with him as he told them. So many wonderful memories for me too of all our family BBQ’s in our parents back yards.
“Those we love don’t go Away
They walk beside us Everyday
Unseen, unheard, but always near
Still loved, and still missed.”
I know he is happy and you will have such wonderful memories of him. Hugs to all of you.

Howard Schumacher

Larry, I will remember you always for the kind, fun-loving person you were. I remember clearly our visits with laughter at some of the games, and stories that surfaced in our gatherings. Special holidays, such as, Christmas with family gatherings, were just that – special. Many a good time, again with laughter and great conversations. I will miss you as I have been already, with your illness. May you be safe in your new place.

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