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Savannah Charmian Salas
April 28, 1995 ~ March 20, 2023 (age 27) 27 Years Old
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Savannah Charmian Salas of Asheboro, North Carolina, departed this earthly life and went on to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on March 20, 2023 at Randolph Hospital.
Vannah, as she was affectionately called, was born April 28, 1995 in Rockingham, North Carolina. She was the eldest of four children born to Cassandra Maness Green. Sandy instilled a strong sense of family unity in her children. This was evident by the protective nature that the siblings developed for one another as well as the close bond that they all shared.
Savannah was loved by many and to be in her presence was a pure joy. If you had the pleasure to be in her company, you would be struck by her infectious laugh and her big and bright smile. Savannah had a strong love for music. If you sang to her, she would smile and it was typically followed by the cutest giggle, which would light up a room. Savannah had an amazing bond with each of her parents which was apparent in their nightly routine. Each night prior to going to bed, Sandy would sing, “What A Day That Will Be” and Keymonte would put her to bed. If Keymonte did not put her to bed, Savannah would cry. You would often hear Keymonte say, “That’s my baby”. She enjoyed attending church at Bailey’s Grove Baptist Church. There, she attended the Gems and Jewels Department, where everyone said she was a joy to be around.
Savannah matriculated through the Asheboro City Schools System. She received her education from Lindley Park Elementary School, South Asheboro Middle School and Asheboro High School. It was a glorious day when she graduated from Asheboro High School in 2017.
She was preceded in death by her maternal grandfather, Charlie Maness. She is survived by her loving and devoted parents, Keymonte and Sandy Green, Asheboro, NC; one brother, Jacob Maness, Asheboro, NC; three sisters, Angelica Perez, Asheboro, NC, Sandy Perez, Asheboro, NC and Infinity Stevenson, Greensboro, NC; nephew, Amir Castaneda, Asheboro, NC; maternal grandmother, Jennie Tucker, Asheboro, NC; paternal grandparents, Prince and Tammie Stewart, Greensboro, NC and a host of relatives and friends. Our family is grateful for every moment that we shared with our dear Savannah and will treasure the memories we created for a lifetime.