Marie Ann Reynolds Savage

Marie Ann Reynold Savage

1937-2020Reynolds, Marie

Marie Ann Reynolds Savage passed away peacefully at her home on November 6, 2020. Marie was born April 27, 1937, in Orchard Nebraska to Conrad and Edna Liebsack.

She graduated from Orchard High School and Nebraska Christian College. While in high school, Marie played basketball, volleyball, and was a majorette. While in college she met her first husband Curtis Reynolds.

Curtis and Marie enjoyed 46 years of marriage. During their nearly five decades together, Curtis and Marie ministered to many churches in seven states. In 2002, Marie was preceded in death by Curtis.

In 2009, Marie married her second husband LeRoy Savage. Marie and LeRoy were married five years before LeRoy passed away in 2014.

Marie loved spending time in the word of God, traveling, doing crossword puzzles, and spending time with her immediate family, her church family, and her innumerable friends.

Marie was known as a mighty prayer warrior ministering to all with whom she came into contact.

She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, and her husbands. Marie is survived by her three children: her daughter Rona Simants and her husband Rick; her son Barry Reynolds and his wife Sondra; her daughter Leslie Savage and her husband Chet; her stepdaughter Lori Bunton; eight grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to North Side Christian Church and Oklahoma Palliative and Hospice Care. A memorial will be held on Wednesday, November 11 at 11 a.m. at North Side Christian Church.

For Donations:

North Side Christian Church

2526 NW 122nd St

OKC 73120

Oklahoma Palliative & Hospice Care

8241 South Walker Ave, Suite 204

OKC 73139

5 thoughts on “Marie Ann Reynolds Savage”

  1. Our family loved Marie. She prayed for us regularly. She will be greatly missed, but we know that she is in the presence of her Savior.

  2. Dwight and Eva Juliuson

    Marie was such a sweet blessing to me and my husband. She prayed for us and encouraged us regularly. We will miss her until we meet again. Praying for all her dear family and friends ?

  3. LaVonne Kiser

    Marie was always a blessing to me. Her prayers and leadership were deeply appreciated.
    The light of the Lord shined brightly through her. Until we meet again, she will be dearly missed. ♥️

  4. Marie was a gift from God to each of us who knew and loved her I will always treasure my memories with her God took an Angel home

  5. Lynn Pahdoco

    My dear friend, prayer warrior, and mentor. You have truly received your victory in Jesus.

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