Tracy Leigh Sautter

LISBON FALLS – Tracy Leigh Sautter, 57, of Lisbon Falls, passed away June 22, 2022 at Maine Medical Center in Portland, surrounded by family and close friends. She was born Nov. 14, 1964. in Jacksonville, Fla., the daughter of Douglas and Catherine (Crews) Sautter.

Tracy recently worked as an account manager for Biomedical Services of the Red Cross. She was very passionate about her work, maintaining a safe and stable blood supply during the difficult COVID pandemic. This reflected her strong desire to give back and support others. She recently received the Driving Success Award which celebrates and recognizes the special efforts of those who work to ensure blood collection goals are met.

Tracy was happiest at the beach or on the water. On weekends, you could find her in her favorite beach chair reading a book and soaking up the sun. She enjoyed watching sports and was an avid fan of the Miami Dolphins and Atlanta Braves. As evidenced by her ability to cultivate lifelong friendships, friends were often considered family. Her son Timothy and grandson Braiden were the light of her life. She was proud of them both, finding comfort and joy in spending time with each of them.

She was preceded in death by her father, Douglas Sautter. She is survived by her son Timothy Sautter; grandson Braiden Edens; mother Catherine Sautter; siblings Terry Indermuehle, Mark Fish, Kim Mason, Kelley Sautter, Jody Sautter, and Doug Sautter; as well as many nieces and nephews.

A special thanks to her close friends Lori, Carol, Kim, Karen, and Chris for their lifetime friendship and most recent support of Tracy and Timothy during this difficult time.

A memorial visitation will be held 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, July 7, 2022 at The Fortin Group, 217 Turner Street in Auburn.

Arrangements are with Crosman Funeral Home, Lisbon Falls. Online condolences may be shared with her family at

Flowers can be sent to:

217 Turner St.

Auburn, ME 04210 or:

Donations in Tracy’s memory can be made to:

the Tracy Sautter Tribute Fund prioritizing Blood Services at

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