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March 28, 2017

John Lee Sauer-A family man, hard working and civic minded person

Our Deep condolences to the Sauer Family
John was a pillar of the Woodburn Community for almost 50 years. John met many of our residents via his work. When he was not working at the pharmacy, he was enjoying his family and participating in various civic organizations; Education was one of John's passions.

In the early 1970's, his daughters Kerry and Wendy attended Nellie Muir school where I had the privilege of working for eight years. His wife Linda was a volunteer and was always cheerful and supportive. John was involved in various school district and civic committees. I especially appreciate having John in our Parent Advisory Committee which helped oversee the first Bilingual Education Program in Woodburn and the State. His involvement gave permanence to a theory of education that has become common in Woodburn, as well as, in Oregon.

Most recently, John and his wife Linda came to our Pioneros de Oregon Reunion (Tex-Mex Families who came here more than 60+ years ago); at that time, there were less than 10 Tex-Mex Families in town. Being part of this timeline and early migrant arrivals, makes John's help more significant and appreciated. John's name is in the annals of Educational Change in Woodburn and the state of Oregon. GRACIAS John!

Sincere thoughts and prayers,
Miguel and Lidia Salinas