Clarence E. Sauter, age 91, of Milaca, passed away peacefully July 1, 2019 at Caley House Assisted Living in Princeton, MN. Graveside service were held Friday, July 5, 2019 at Forest Hill Cemetery in Milaca, MN with Pastor Don Smith officiating. Clarence was born June 5, 1928 in Carson, ND to Jacob and Mary (Hintz) Sauter. He married Glenna Goebel on September 3, 1949 in Swanville, MN. They enjoyed 69 years of marriage. He performed a variety of jobs during his life, but his true passions were horses, farming and mowing his lawn. He is survived by his wife, Glenna; their children, Laren (Kay) Sauter, Gayleen Mattson, and Gale Sauter; grandchildren, Chad, Cassey (Chris), Tony and Celia; many great-grandchildren; sister, Florence Sheldon; sisters-in-law, Leah (Walt) Kreie, and Bev Sauter; brother-in-law, Norman Scott; daughter-in-law, Candy Sauter and many other relatives and friends. Clarence was preceded in death by his parents; son, Terry Sauter; son-in-law, Larry Mattson; daughter-in-law, Stacy Sauter; siblings, Emma Sauter, Robert Sauter, Rudy Sauter, Lydia Matthews, Gertrude Scott and Edwin Sauter.

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Longago

Sorry I thought this would add my name automatically. The last entry with the title Longago was from Clarence's nephew - Roger Sauter

Longago

So sorry for your lost. Will be praying for all the family. No matter how far along a person is, it still is hard to say goodbye. He was loved and will be missed. I thought when my mom died after 5 years with Alzheimer's disease that she had already left us but there was still an immense feeling of lost when she physically passed away. May God be will you and comfort you during this hard time. He does promise to always be with us and I have benefited greatly from his presence in my life.

Marianne Long

Clarence was a man of many interests. He was supportive of my questioning of our family history and entertained us with funny episodes from his childhood. He helped me by giving me permission to gather DNA from him so I could pursue even more family connections leading to more research opportunities. This was the last conversation I had with him. I enjoyed visiting with him when he and Glenna came to Oklahoma. My deepest sympathy to Glenna and the family at this time. We love you and are thinking of all of you.

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