Savanah Vitiaz



image of Savanah Vitiaz

Savanah Vitiaz

Savanah Vitiaz, 52, of Millcreek, passed away Sunday, January 10, 2021.

She was born February 25th, 1968 in Putnam, Connecticut, to Donald Hall and Shirley (Thompson) Crowder.

She graduated Toms River High School East in 1986.

On April 7, 1990 she was united in marriage to her loving husband, Dale R. Vitiaz and they have made Washington their home for 27 years.

She is survived by her husband, at home; her children, Melissa B. Feskin and husband, Vadym, of Kirkland; Her mother, Shirley Crowder and her husband, Lee, Of Mansfield Center, Ct.; her father, Donald R. Hall, and his wife, Linda, of New Orleans; Her siblings, sister, Judy R. Hynes, and her husband, David, of Coventry, Ct.; brother, Scott T. Hall of Lisbon Falls, Me.; sister, Dawn Redenbaugh and husband, Adam, of Dayton, Oh.; Robyn Fay-Tringali, of Topsham, Me.; brother, Robert Fay, of Guilford, Ct.; several nieces and nephews; and lastly, but not least in her heart, her beloved dogs.

She will be missed by many but forever in our hearts.

12 Responses to “Savanah Vitiaz”

  • Dawn Redenbaugh says:

    My sincerest condolences to Dale Melissa and Chelsey. May you find comfort in knowing Savanah is at peace.

    My dear sister, you will be missed.


  • Dawn Redenbaugh says:

    My heart aches for you. May you find comfort knowing that she is at peace.

    My dear sister, you were loved and will be missed. May you walk through gardens filled with lilacs.


  • Sandra says:

    We are deeply saddened by the news .You all are in our hearts and prayers .She will be dearly missed.I have wonderful memories .They will always be treasured in my heart.
    With love
    Sandra and Family

  • Sandra Woodman says:

    We are deeply saddened by the news .Are hearts goes out to you all. She will be deeply missed. Praying for you all during this difficult time. She will always be in my heart and my memories of her will always be treasured.
    Sandra Woodman and Family

  • Lisa Andronic says:

    Our Lord Jesus Christ is the great comforter with no limitation, through every trial this world brings to us, as a family of God, we band together in prayer and lift each other up with words of encouragement & allow Jesus to mend our broken hearts. May God cover you in a blanket of comfort, peace & strength my dear brother Dale, my sweet nieces and their loving spouses Mellisa, Vaydm , Chelsey and James during your time of sorrow. Savannah will always be remembered and her memory will live on in our hearts. ❤️

  • Robyn Fay Tringali says:

    Dale, Melissa and Chelsea,
    I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  • Judy Hynes Hynes says:

    My heart is with you all. <3

  • Sarah Hoppenbrouwer says:

    I hope the love and support from your loved ones bring you peace during this difficult time. My heartfelt sympathies to you-Uncle Dale, Melissa, Chelsey, & Family. Love, Sarah Hoppenbrouwer & Family

  • Joey & Beverly Harris says:

    It’s these times that you wonder about God’s design for our lives. He took her too soon. Savannah was a vital part of our family. Each of us shared a personal love and bond with her. We are sincerely devastated for your loss and knowing we will not be with her again. But we do take comfort in knowing that you will see her again.
    May your memories sustain you. May the sound of her laughter never go silent. May the vision of her actions be only a moment away. These things are what we hold Dear.
    ALL OUR LOVE, Joey & Bev

  • Joey & Beverly Harris says:

    It is impossible to understand God’s plan of taking Savannah so early in her life. We share with you, the devastation of losing such a vital part of Family. We loved Savannah. She shared a personal bond with each in our family and it is impossible to believe we will not see her again…but we are thankful that you will.
    May your memories sustain you. May the sound of her laughter never go silent. May the vision of her life’s stories remain only a moment away. These are the Prayers we share with you.
    ALL OUR LOVE, Joey & Bev

  • Veronica Walvatne says:

    My bestie, my family… your life was not easy the pain you endured was unfair- but I know that you are now pain free emotionally and physically and you know who loved you and will always love you. My heart aches and I am so grieved you are gone . I miss your laugh, sarcasm and enormous heart that only those who really knew you saw. You’re incredible talents, intelligence and funny wit we’re never not noticed. I Loved you with all my heart and I still do and while I wish you were here I’m glad you’re not in pain. I truly hope that you knew how much I loved you, you are my best friend my family and I look forward to when I get to see you again. Take care of my baby precious and your baby Luke and all your other loved ones until I see you again meet me at the bridge. Be at peace you so deserve it. God needed you more as an angel . Love you (asshole ) Your bestie forever Veronica.

  • Mary Marogy says:

    I still cannot believe that you aren’t here with us anymore .. I can’t seem to wrap my head around the fact that I won’t be getting your random calls or texts anymore just checking in on me, because you were just that loving and caring. I loved seeing how happy you would get when we would facetime and you got to see Nathan .. I wish more than anything that you could have met him and given him one of your warm loving hugs. I seem to have the need to talk to you a thousand times more now knowing that it isn’t possible .. I have so much to tell you and I will each night before I go to bed .. I will continue to pray for you, for your family, for your soon to be grandchild … I miss you so much Savanah and I love you so much. The only thought that truly brings me comfort in all this is that you are finally done suffering .. finally done with all the pain and the heartache that was happening to you. We all love and care about you so much words honestly cannot begin to describe it. I remember when we first met at UMR and I would help you with the questions you had and that’s how we really became close .. started going out together meeting each others family (and dogs, which is still family lol) I remember that time I came to work so upset and literally nobody knew or even cared but THE SECOND you saw me in an instant you could tell .. I cherish you and our friendship so much and I know we will meet again one day to catch up with everything we will miss out on together. I still have your panda drawing and the little stuffed tiger you got me and each time I see them I just remember you. I love you Savanah and I will miss you forever.

Leave a Reply

Please be respectful. Disrespectful comments will not be published

When you have successfully submitted a comment, look in the space above to see your comment.

Your comment is awaiting moderation.

If you do not see your comment, click HERE