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Guy Leonard Savelli

03/01/1937 — 12/01/2020

Guy Savelli, beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, teacher, friend, and healer passed away December 1, 2020. We are heartbroken and grief stricken, but the prayers, well wishes, kindness, and support from friends and family near and far has been a source of great comfort. Love and blessings to everyone. Due to Covid-19, the family plans to have a private service. In honor of Guy’s lifelong desire to feed the needy, please give a donation to your local food bank in lieu of flowers.

Messages

  1. T. Hargrove

    I want to send my deepest condolences to the Savelli Family. He was a beautiful soul whom I did not get the chance to meet in person, yet altered so much of my life over past 2 decades. Not long ago I emailed him and he responded by wanting to meet in NJ. I will honor request for donation to food bank. May God wrap his soul in eternal peace.
    Amen

    T. Hargrove
  2. Tom and Cathy Ferraro

    Please know that a gift in Guy’s name has been made to the Second Harvest Food Bank, here in Erie, Pa. This gift will help perpetuate Guy’s wish to feed the needy.

    Tom and Cathy Ferraro
  3. Steve greene

    Please except Pattie and my sincere condolences and prayers during your time of loss. I trained with Mr. Savilli in the seventies in both Cleveland and Painesville. I was a hard luck kid from the east side of Cleveland and I am and will forever be grateful for Mr. Savillies guidance and support during a difficult time in my life. I will never forget him telling me that he teaches students how to fight but that it was far more important to him that he taught us how to live. I will always hold your family and Mr. Savilli in my heart. RIP Mr. Savilli.

    Steve greene
  4. Maryann Messina

    I’m SO very sorry to hear of the loss of dear Guy!! His legacy will forever remain through the beauty, love and generosity of his wife, children and grandchildren. May he Rest in Peace until we meet again one day in that great karate studio in the heavens. Will be more than happy to donate to the food bank in his name. My sincere sympathy and love. Maryann Messina

    Maryann Messina
  5. philip vandrasik student and consultant

    I wanted to see him before he moved on and tell him what an influence he has ben in my life, He was also a good Christian Man and raised a great Family. Rest in peace TEACHER and friend.

    philip vandrasik student and consultant
  6. Robert Bezoski...student of Guys

    I too was hoping to see Guy again…never wait too long to see someone who truly made an impact on you life. God Bless you Guy! You are truly loved!!!

    Robert Bezoski...student of Guys
  7. Judy Burr

    My sincerest sympathy goes out to you Diane and the family. May God comfort each of you and give you peace. He had an impact on so many lives and will continue to for years to come. Please know my heart is with you. God bless you and sustain you. Judy Burr, Project Hope for the Homeless

    Judy Burr
  8. Donna Modica

    So sorry for your loss. You are all such a special family. I hope all of you can find peace. You are in my thoughts and prayers. God bless and keep you. Donna

    Donna Modica
  9. Hunter Nebe

    My condolences go out to master Savelli’s family im sad to hear of him passing away and so sorry for your loss my thoughts and prayers go out to you all. I won’t forget the times he came in to teach us something in class and him attending our demonstration classes showing our best trying to impress him.

    Hunter Nebe
  10. Bruno Kazenas

    Eternal rest master. You changed my life for the best. I still do my daily meditations as you taught me some 30 plus years ago. My condolences to Diane and the entire Savelli family. His spirit lives on in everyone that came in contact with him.

    Bruno Kazenas
  11. Rick Motko

    I want to send my sincerest condolences. I was a student of Grand Master Savelli at the Cleveland, Ohio dojo from 1973 to 1975 until I enlisted in the US Coast Guard. (I taught the first five free lessons for him. Guy showed me that we are far, far more than what religion, science and government tell us we are. I saw him levitate 360 degrees around a student while demonstrating a move. His feet never once touched the floor until the move was complete – and that only begins all the remarkable things I witnessed. I can never forget him.

    Rick Motko

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