Juanita Kay Saville

Juanita Kay Saville


Juanita Kay Saville, 74, of Cresaptown, passed away peacefully at her son Clinton Saville’s home in Berkeley Springs on Sunday, February 6, 2022. She had been under hospice care for the last month.

Juanita was born December 15, 1947. In addition to her parents, Beulah Rexrode and George McGhee, Juanita is preceded in death by her husband of 57 years, Terry L. Saville, who passed away in 2000.

She is also preceded in death by her youngest son, Garrett, who passed January 7, 2022; and brothers, Marshall, Sheridan, Charles, Harry, Willard and Wendall Wiland; and sister, Ruth Jacobs.

Juanita was a 1965 graduate of Valley High School.

She was the mother of seven children, she sold Avon, Tupperware and Home Interior for years. She was also a title clerk and accounts payable and receivable at Jenkins Chrysler for many years.

She lived for and loved her children, grandchildren, dancing with her husband, Country and old R and B music, dressing up, jewelry, crossword puzzles, murder mysteries and her Jesus.

She had a fierce sense of humor and was the most loyal, selfless, kind person you would ever meet.

She is survived by six children, Curtis Saville and wife Diana, Stacy Saville, Shannon Harris and husband Shannon, Lori Saville, Clinton Saville and wife Cindy, Brandon Saville and wife Sherrie; eleven granddaughters; seven grandsons; nine great-granddaughters; and four great-grandsons; sisters, Jean Kimery, Karen Sines, Wanda Garlitz and Sandra Gardner; and 32 nieces and nephews.

Juanita was loved and respected by many friends, neighbors and co-workers, and will be greatly missed.

Pallbearers will be Curtis Saville, Clinton Saville, Brandon Saville, Cameron Saville, Bryer Saville and JR Weitzel.

Funeral services were held at Scarpelli Funeral Home, P.A., 15205 McMullen Hwy SW, Cresaptown, on Tuesday, February 15, with Pastor Mike Leedom and Reverend Harold McClay presiding. Interment immediately followed at Restlawn Memorial Gardens, Cash Valley Road, LaVale.

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