Jane Ann Sautner
1939 - 2021
BORN
1939
DIED
2021
Sautner

Jane Ann

(Gisi) Sautner

January 16, 1939

September 11, 2021



Jane Ann Sautner, age 82, was a long time resident of Colorado Springs. She moved a few years ago to Battlement Mesa, CO to live with her daughter, Serena. She passed away early on September 11, 2021 at her home surrounded by her family. She was retired from the United States Civil Service. She was a Budget Analyst at Peterson AFB and United States Air Force Academy. Jane was born on January 16, 1939 in Onaka, South Dakota to Jacob and Magdalena Gisi. She attended school at Cresbard Independent School, SD.

On June 10, 1959, she married Raymond John Sautner in Onaka, S.D.

Jane Sautner is survived by her three children, Serena Kay Jacobs of Battlement Mesa, CO; William Jacob Sautner (Deborah Sautner) of Stevensville, MT; and Julie Marie Boots (William "Chip" Boots) of Colorado Springs, CO. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Ryan, Amanda, and MaRinda Jacobs, Jennifer (Stevenson) Ludwig and Jeremy Ludwig. Step-grandchildren Will Boots, Rachel Van Gorder (Drew), Sammi Jo Boots and Jillian Boots. Great-grandchildren, Madison Ludwig and Hailey Stevenson. Step great-grandchildren James, David, Isaac, Moses, Devyn, Elena, Emma, Lexi and Lakota.

Also, surviving are her brother George (Kathy) Gisi of Watertown, S.D., and sister Phyllis (Sonny) Wheeler of Custer, S.D. Sister-in- law Diane Gisi of Aberdeen, S.D. Preceding her in death were her parents, Jacob and Magdalena Gisi, her husband Raymond Sautner and her brother WillIe Gisi.

She enjoyed family time, hunting, fishing, gardening and canning. She loved to watch her Rockies, Broncos and Av's.

How she will be remembered "She was so tough."
Published by The Gazette from Sep. 17 to Sep. 18, 2021.
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She was always very kind to me. She treated me like family. I will always miss her.
Brooks
September 24, 2021
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