Obituary of Savanna Jackson - Larrier
Savanna Lee Jackson-Larrier passed away suddenly on January 8, 2024, at Christiana Medical Center, Newark, Delaware. She was 44 years old.
Born, Savanna Lee Gross, at Rolling Hill Hospital in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (now Jefferson Moss – Magee Rehabilitation Hospital), on May 26, 1979, to Frederick William Gross and Eugenia Gross (Fabulian).
Savanna had lived in Fairless Hills, Pa. in her childhood, Philadelphia, Warrington, Schwenksville, Harleysville, Telford in Pennsylvania. She had also lived in San Antonio, Houston and Texas City in Texas. And, briefly in Colorado for work. Savanna left Texas City, Texas to moving back to the Northeast to Delaware to be closer to family and friends.
Savanna was educated in the Pennsbury School District and pursued a higher education in Criminal Justice at Liehigh Valley Community College. Savanna was a mother and homemaker as well as a career-oriented entrepreneur. She spent time as a pharmacy tech, contractor and a natural disaster relief worker. She was a spirited dancer, an even better chef, and a celebrated hostess.
Savanna treated everyone like family and accepted all without judgment. In her younger years, she was a gifted painter and always kept her creative spirit. It was a rare treat to hear her sing and those of us who have heard it will forever cherish the memory. Her smile lit up a room, and she laughed with her whole body. A true Renaissance woman, there was nothing she couldn't do. She was one of the most expressive people you could ever meet, and she will be missed by all.
Savanna is survived by her husband Ricardo B. Larrier Jr., her mother Eugenia Gross, her father-in-law Ricardo B. Larrier Sr., her four children: Aulora Dylece Jackson, Jarell Ashton Jackson, Isabella Colette (Nickie) Larrier and Ricardo B. Larrier III, and one grandchild, Audriana Davis and her former husband Ryan A. Jackson, her eight sisters: Donna Antonewicz, Christeen Dunn, Heather Bombicca, Erina Howell, Tatiana Roop, Monnique Gross, Colette Mason and Jerrica Alford and two brothers: Frederick William Gross III and William Frederick Von Grossen, as well as many friends and even more family.
Savanna was preceded by her father, Frederick William Gross Jr. in 2023 and her mother-in-law, Arlene S. Larrierin 2020.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend her viewing, Thursday, January 18,2024, 9am – 11am at the Goes – Scolieri Funeral Home, 212 Veterans Parkway, Willingboro,NJ. Interment will be private and at the convenience of her family.To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Savanna Jackson - Larrier, please visit Tribute Store