Posted: Wednesday, June 17, 2015 - 2:39pm
Visitation for Nick and Jack Savage will take place at Penn High School, Thursday, June 18, from 3:00-8:00 p.m. (EDT).
Many within the P-H-M family and the community wish to show their support for the Savage family after the recent losses of their sons, Nick (19) and Jack (18). At the family’s request, their viewings will be held together at Penn High School, in the Main Arena, to accommodate the expected outpouring of community support. Both Nick and Jack were Penn alumni.
Those planning to attend the viewings are advised to enter at the traffic signal in front of Penn High School (off of Bittersweet Rd.) and park in the front main lot. All guests should enter through Door D, which is located on the northwest corner of the building. Door B will be used as the exit.
Upon entrance through Door D, guests will be directed through the corridor and into the Main Arena. There they will have the opportunity to express their condolences to the family, pay their respects and view memorials. Guests will then be invited to proceed to the Cafeteria for an opportunity to share memories with each other and contribute to a memory scrapbook for the family. The Savage family is asking friends to bring in printed photos that they may have of Nick and Jack. Guests are invited to add the pictures to the scrapbooks and write messages and memories of Nick and Jack.
The funerals are planned for Friday, June 19, at Sunnyside Presbyterian Church at 115 S. Frances Street in South Bend.
Deliveries of flowers and all inquiries related to the funeral arrangements should be directed to McGann Hay Funerals, (574) 232-1411.
The Nick and Jack Savage Memorial Fund has been established at Teachers Credit Union. Donations may be made at any branch office.
Note that some summer camp programs that take place at Penn High School are being rescheduled or relocated in order to accomodate the public visitation. Here are details on which summer camps are affected. We appreciate our patrons’ understanding during this difficult time.
Posted June 16, 2015 / 2:00 p.m. EDT