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Pauline Price Savage died peacefully on November 14, 2022 at her home in Naples, Florida. At her side was her devoted husband of 54 years, Charles E. Savage.
Pauline was born on July 14, 1932 in Jersey City, NJ. She was predeceased by her father, Raymond F. Price, and her mother, Lillian M. Price; her two brothers, Raymond F. Price, Jr. and David Price; and also her eldest sister, Lorraine Price Kinsella. She is survived by her loving sisters Ann Price Fary and Ruth Price Manning; her beloved sister-in-law, Barbara Price; her brother-in-law Bill Savage and his wife, Patty; and her many, many nieces and nephews. Most importantly, she is survived by her son, Tom, his wife Daisy, and her three grandchildren, Virginia, Chase, and Lily Savage, whom she loved more than anything else in the world.
Following her 1968 marriage to Charlie at St. Mary’s Church in New Monmouth, NJ, Pauline pursued her love of interior design and decor and attended the New York School of Design. She continued to cultivate this passion throughout her life, from designing her own homes to helping others do the same and even dabbling in real estate sales. She was an excellent cook who loved to host her family for the holidays. She read historical romances and modern mysteries and often swapped book suggestions with her grandchildren.
Pauline and Charlie relocated to Naples, Florida in 2000. For the next two decades, they welcomed friends and family to their new home, while they continued to make new friends and develop new interests. Pauline was active in her community and neighborhood. She volunteered for fifteen years at Naples Community Hospital, largely in the surgical waiting room. She loved playing bridge and mahjong and taking textile craft classes, and she and Charlie became the proud parents of two puppies, Harley and Ginger.
In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation in Pauline’s name to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.