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November 21, 2016

Mary Jane Savery 1957-2016 Warrensburg, Missouri She was a loving daughter, sister, grandma and devoted mother known for her laid back heart, gentle soul, and contagious carefree spirit.

Mary Jane Savery
August 19, 1957 - November 19, 2016

Mary Jane Savery, 59 of Warrensburg, Missouri passed away, doing what she loved, on Saturday, November 19, 2016
Mary Jane was born August 19, 1957 in Clinton, Missouri to Harry P. and Maryanna (Keller) Savery. Her first few years of her life were spent on a farm near Clinton. She attended Central Elementary School and later, graduated from College High in the mid seventies.
After marriage, Mary Jane’s employment was usually within medical support staff. She worked for the Department of Social Services, where she became dedicated to helping people in need. In 1997, she graduated from UCM in Warrensburg with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration.
She was active in Girl Scouts, Good Neighbors 4-H and youth fellowship at church. Mary Jane, though not an official member, often rode with the Patriot Guard. She also was a member of American Legion, Post #131 Auxiliary. She rode with the American Legion Riders and participated in the annual Wreath Across America Program at the Missouri Veterans Cemetery at Higginsville.
She is survived by her daughter: Melissa Ferioli and husband, Sean Greco and their children, Alexander and Savannah, of Aventura, FL; son: Henry Chapman of Warrensburg, MO; mother: Maryanna Savery of Warrensburg, MO; brother: Keith Savery and wife, Deborah of Lee’s Summit, MO and sister: Patricia Tenholder of Warrensburg. She was preceded in death by her father, Harry and her brother, Steven.
She was a loving daughter, sister, grandma and devoted mother known for her laid back heart, gentle soul, and contagious carefree spirit. She could often be found wearing her colorful, hippie style patched jeans. Mary Jane was respected and loved by those who knew her and offered the same in return.
Her greatest love and admiration was her two grandkids (Alexander and Savannah) and riding her Harley with the wind in her face. Mary Jane was also known as someone who was always game for a “No Plan” plan. We can see her now, riding her Harley through heaven with a gleaming smile on her face, showering love down upon her two grandkids and everyone else whose life she touched. Free and easy down the road she goes...
There will be a Celebration of Life Service 7:00 p.m. Friday, December 2nd at Northside Christian Church in Warrensburg with Rev. Sid Tiller officiating.
The family will receive friends from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Friday at the church.
Memorial Contributions may be left to the family to go towards Mary Jane’s grandchildren’s college funds.
Arrangements entrusted to Williams Funeral Chapel in Warrensburg.
Online condolences may be left at www.williamsfuneralchapel.net
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Mary Jane Savery, Warrensburg, Missouri
1957-2016

Youtube Video Tribute to Mary Jane Savery

November 19, 2016 Motorcycle Accident Claims the Life of Mary Jane Savery
The Missouri Highway Patrol is investigating the cause of a wreck that killed a motorcyclist Saturday near Holden. Mary Jane Savery, 59, of Warrensburg was killed after the Harley-Davidson she was driving pulled into the highway and collided with a 2014 Jeep near U.S. 50 and Missouri 131.
The wreck happened shortly before 1:40 p.m. Mary Savery was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the Jeep, a 60-year-old Blue Springs man, was not injured. This intersection has seen its share of serious accidents in the past. A serious crash occurred there at the end of August, and in March, 15-year-old Shirley Tran was killed in an accident in the same area.

Mary Jane Savery, Warrensburg, Missouri
1957-2016
Mary Jane Savery, Warrensburg, Missouri
1957-2016

Mary Jane Savery, Warrensburg, Missouri
1957-2016
Mary Jane Savery, Warrensburg, Missouri

Mary Jane Savery, Warrensburg, Missouri
1957-2016

Mary Jane Savery, Warrensburg, Missouri
1957-2016

Mary Jane Savery, Warrensburg, Missouri
1957-2016



Mary Jane Savery, Warrensburg, Missouri
1957-2016
Adam Sandoval and Scooter pose for a photo with fan Mary Jane Savery, of the American Legion Riders Post 131 in Warrensburg, Thursday afternoon at Yeager’s Cycle in Sedalia. Sandoval is holding a $100 check given to him by Savery on behalf of the Post to help with Sandoval’s expenses during the trip. March 2016























Mary Jane Savery, 1976




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Wednesday, July 31, 2013


Tying the Knot Main Stage

By Mike Elliott and Mary Jane Savery of Missouri
Forty years of riding and I finally found someone who enjoys riding as much as I do! Mary Jane and I met 3 years ago on match.com, we knew right away we were soul mates.  After a year of riding behind me, Mary Jane took the MSF course and bought her first motorcycle, an 883L Sportster. We rode to BBB last year for our first time.  We had such a great time riding and hanging out on Dickson Street that we decided to do the same this year.

At last year's rally, we met a couple from Louisiana who were staying in our hotel.  They married during the rally, but not at the event.  We thought that sounded like a great idea, so we checked into getting hitched in Arkansas and the prerequisites. Then we had a brainstorm and inquired about having the ceremony at BBB. A resounding yes was the reply. My sister and brother in law married at a rally in Georgia 21 years ago where I was the best man. They are going to be our best man and maid of honor this year.

This year is even more special as Mary Jane has stepped up to a new Fat Boy and is looking forward to tackling some of Arkansas twisties that we didn't get to ride last year.  With friends coming in, it is sure to be very memorable.  This will be our second trip to Bikes, Blues and BBQ, and we are going to get hitched on Friday at 6:10 pm on the main stage! We are very excited and looking forward to celebrating with all our Brothers and sisters.
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November 19, 2016


Woman killed in Johnson crash

A Warrensburg woman was killed in a two-vehicle accident at 1:17 p.m. Saturday in Johnson County.

According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report, Mary J. Savery, 59, was driving a motorcycle south on state Route 31 when she pulled into the path of a westbound vehicle driven by Randy C. Smith, 60, of Blue Springs, on U.S. Highway 50. Savery was ejected.

Savery was pronounced dead at the scene by Johnson County Coroner C.L. Holdren at 2:05 p.m.

Reports indicate Smith was wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident, but Savery was not wearing a helmet.