Linda Saviola

Linda Saviola

Tuesday, October 6th, 2020

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Obituary for Linda L. Saviola

Linda Lange Saviola, a resident of Dallas, Oregon died on Tuesday, October 6th in Salem, Oregon. She was born on December 30, 1959 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota the daughter of Loren and Doris Lange. The family moved to Dallas, Oregon when she was just six months old. They settled out on Salt Creek at the Lange Farm. Linda attended schools in Dallas and graduated from Dallas High School in 1978. She wanted to become a veterinarian as she had a love of animals. Upon her graduation she attended Merritt Davis Business College and received her accounting degree. She started her career with Hampton Lumber in Willamina as an accountant in charge of payroll for the loggers. She took great pride in serving Hampton and the loggers with her honesty and attention to detail. Linda retired in September of 2019 after working for 33 years with Hampton Lumber. Linda and Dan then started their next chapter in serving as missionaries for the Nakalanda Project in Uganda, Africa. They have been serving there for the past year and had just come home to visit family and friends this last week.

Linda had a lifelong love of horses that began when she got her first pony at the age of three. She began barrel racing at the age of nine and continued for 19 years, making the “top ten” riders list for many years. She had a true affinity for horses. In one instance, she took on the challenge of breaking a very wild horse and was successful. She was gifted with providing very special care to all of her animals. Linda also raised Limousin Cows. Her son Anthony helped her and they were both very involved in 4H. Linda was actively involved in supporting Anthony with his baseball career starting with peewee t-ball up through college. She never missed a game. Linda attended Salt Creek Baptist Church for many years and most recently became actively involved with Church on the Hill in McMinnville.

She is survived by her husband, Dan Saviola, son, Anthony Saviola, daughter-in-law Venisa Saviola, mother, Doris Stefani, sister, Joni Lange and brother, Randy Lange. She was preceded in death by her father, Loren, on August 3, 2017.

A memorial worship service will be held on Thursday, October 15th at 7:00PM. The service will be live-streamed to the Salt Creek Baptist Church in Dallas.

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In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Nakalanda Project of Uganda. In honor of Linda and her work with the Nakalanda Project in Uganda, the family would like to share a little about the project that was near and dear to Linda.

Nakalanda is the village in Uganda where Rev. Stephen and Stephanie Bredesen were ministering with Eagle's Nest Ministries. The goal is to minister the love of God in Jesus Christ to the bodies, minds, and spirits of the people in the area. The ministry is now run by Doug and Debra Banks, with whom they served with this past year.

The work here is bringing the good news of Christ's love and healing to the people of Nakalanda and the
surrounding area. We minister to the whole person: to the spirit with the gospel of salvation in Christ; to the body
with medicine and health education; to the mind by raising leaders up in the school. We desire to be in ministry,
not just to the community, but with them.

Please consider donating in Linda’s memory.

Nakalanda Project
PO Box 202
Darby, MT 59829

Make checks payable to “Nakalanda Project” and attach a note stating it is in honor of Linda.

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Richard W. Bouie

Dan. Anthony & Family:
We were so sorry to hear of Linda's passing. Our hearts and thoughts are with you folks at this time. We will always remember Linda's lovely smile and her love of her family and animals. We enjoyed being your neighbors and seeing Linda in the front yard tending her roses and plants. We always enjoyed joining you folks at the yearly church picnic and her cookies! We will also miss her but know that she truly served her Lord in all of her endeavors.

Bless you all.

Ferne & Richard Bouie

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