June 7, 1933 – August 7, 2019
Neame, Dr. Savathrey (nee Naidoo) – It is with extreme sadness and great loss that the family of Dr. Savathrey Neame announce the news of her passing. Savi died peacefully, on August 7, 2019 at the North York General Hospital in her 87th year. Dear wife to the late Dr. Peter Brereton Neame and loving mother to Dion (Michelle) and Mizan (Christopher). Devoted and adoring grandmother to Caitlin, Tara, Sawyer, Turner (Chanel). Sister to Ramu, Pushpa and Prakash (Chinaam, Manor, Leela, Shawba, Chowie, Rabin). Predeceased by dear friends Naz Vellani, Amir Nazerali and Gun Bhatt. Savi’s irreplaceable presence, generous nature, kind soul and playful laughter will be dearly missed. A visitation will be held at the Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main St. Dundas, on Wednesday from 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. with a memorial service immediately following in the Chapel. Cremation to follow. A private interment will take place at Grove Cemetery.
Very sorry to hear about your loss. She appears to be very beautiful with a striking resemblance to Turner. Our deepest condolences.
Mizan, Dion and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. I’ll fondly remember Savi as a kind attentive listener with a great sense of humour and infectious laugh.
My deepest condolences to both of your families,
Sorry to read about Savi’s passing. She and Peter were an important addition to our medical community when they moved here from kingston. I learned so much from them both. Ted Wilson, F.R.C.P.
I miss her very much!
I miss her shouting, and her laughing in the middle of the night !!
I miss saying to her, everything is ok and I love you. She always smiled and said I love you too.
What an adorable soul she Is !
I miss you ❤️
I miss you grandma, your stories, our silly dance parties in the living room with Tara. I miss your laugh your generosity, and your loving ways.
“I wish I’d paid better attention. I didn’t yet think of time as finite. I didn’t fully appreciate the stories she told me until I became adult, and by then I had to make do with snippets pasted together, a film projected on the back of my mind.“
I love you.