Scot A. Savoie “Savy”, 50, of Reddick, died on Saturday, May 30, 2020, at his home surrounded by his family and dearest friends. He was born on October 29, 1969 in Kankakee, Illinois to Donald and Phyllis Depatis Savoie. 

Savy worked at Goodberlet Home Services in Kankakee as an HVAC Installer. Savy enjoyed fishing and four wheeling, especially with his family and “Missouri” friends at the cabin. When at home, you would likely see his two dogs, Marla and Macy by his side. He was a true Bears and Sox fan and rarely said no when his brothers would call for a tee time on the golf course. Savy could easily beat anyone and everyone at a game of bags, darts and horseshoes. One of his favorite things to do was hang out with his wonderful group of friends. Of all the things Savy enjoyed, what he loved most was to watch his sons play sports and coach them on the baseball fields. He loved to watch Daven weld things in the shed and cheer on Clay when he scored a touchdown. If Savy were not watching one on the field, he would be hunting in the woods with the other. 

Surviving are his wife, Beth Schultz Savoie; two sons, Clay Schultz Savoie and Daven Arseneau of Reddick, Illinois; his parents of St. Anne; one sister and brother in law, Donna and Jeff Moranz of Martinton, five brothers and three sisters in law, Kevin and Amy Savoie, Raymond Savoie, John and Judy Savoie, Eric Savoie, all of St. Anne, Tracey Savoie, wife of Tim Savoie, and Eli and Rosemary Savoie of Memphis, Tennessee. 

Preceding him in death is a brother, Tim Savoie. 

The Scot Savoie Memorial fund has been established for those wishing to contribute at Campus State Bank, PO Box 127, Campus, IL 60920. 

To honor Savy’s wishes, a small private Celebration of Life was held for family and close friends. 

Cremation rites have been accorded and a private graveside service will be held at a later date.