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In Memory of

Jane E. Sartin

June 21, 1927 - May 17, 2017

Obituary


Jane Elizabeth Lamando Sartin entered into rest on Wednesday, May 17, 2017.
Jane was born June 21, 1927, in Ashford, Connecticut to Oscar and Erma Lamando. She was the youngest of five children, having two brothers and two sisters. Her father died shortly after her birth and the family remained on the farm in Connecticut, but later relocated to New York City, where she continued to live until she married.
Jane is preceded in death by her parents; her siblings, Raymond, Frank, Ruth and May; her husband of 57 years, Jack; and her youngest child,...

Jane Elizabeth Lamando Sartin entered into rest on Wednesday, May 17, 2017.
Jane was born June 21, 1927, in Ashford, Connecticut to Oscar and Erma Lamando. She was the youngest of five children, having two brothers and two sisters. Her father died shortly after her birth and the family remained on the farm in Connecticut, but later relocated to New York City, where she continued to live until she married.
Jane is preceded in death by her parents; her siblings, Raymond, Frank, Ruth and May; her husband of 57 years, Jack; and her youngest child, Clifford.
Jane is survived by her daughter, Lonnie Jane Anderson and her husband Carl of League City, Texas; her daughter, Carolyn Ann McDonald and her husband Bill of Houston, Texas; her son, Craig Sartin and his wife Marlynn of Huffman, Texas; nine grandchildren; ten great grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews.
During World War II, Jane worked at the local movie theatre selling candy at the concession counter. It was there that she met the love of her life, Jack. Jack was attending the US Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut and had gone to the movie theater with friends. Jack said he took one look at her, turned to his friends, and said "that's the girl I'm going to marry". After dating for over a year, they married March 10, 1945 in Niagara Falls, New York. He brought his bride to live with his parents in Victoria, Texas, until the end of the war. After the war, Jack and Jane moved to Pasadena, Texas, and began their lives together. Jack working 42 years with Crown Central Petroleum, and Jane in her role of wife and mother.
Jane had many interests. Skating, singing, baking, floral arranging, but her greatest was her love of animals. First she and Jack raised Chinchillas for several years, of which many were award winning animals. Then she began to raise toy poodles. Again she excelled and raised championship animals that she sold to fellow breeders across the country. Her faith, morality, and love of her family carried her through life. She will be remembered for her smile and laughter.
Graveside services will be held at Memorial Park Cemetery on Friday, May 19, 2017 at 2:00 pm.
Words of comfort may be shared with the family at www.colonialfuneralhomevictoria.com