July 26, 1953 ~ May 24, 2020

Born in: Fowler, Colorado
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Donald “Donnie” Sartor, 66, passed away May 24, 2020. Survived by his “Loving” Annadean; his sons, Brian (Kelly) and Craig (Paula); stepson, Dylan; stepdaughter, Le Anna; sisters, Janet (Jerry) and Lajune; brother, Butch (Sue); 12 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren with one more on the way; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents, Raymond and Louise Sartor; sons, Michael and Danny; sisters, Bonnie and Janie; nephew, Quenten and stepson, Shon. Donnie was born to Raymond and Louise Sartor in Fowler, Colorado on July 26, 1953. He enjoyed watching NASCAR and telling jokes.
Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium and no services.

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  1. MY LOVING BABY BROTHER I MISS YOUR MORNING TEXT YOUR DAILEY BLESSINGS FOR MY FAMILY,THE LOVING WAY YOU LOOKED AT ME AND TOLD ME HOW BEAUTIFUL I AM,NO ONE TO CALL ME THE QUEEN BEE. I FIND CONFORT IN KNOWING YOUR AND BONNIE ARE TOGETHER WALKING HAND IN HAND WITH THE LORD YOU BOTH LOVED SO MUCH. TILL I SEE YOU AGAIN REST IN PEACE.

  2. My dear, sweet, funny uncle! Oh what memories I have! You took me in for 2 years so that I could go to the school that I wanted to go to and let me live with you and your family – I am so grateful for that! I remember the time I caught a bull snake and put it in your tool shed and how you let out a scream when you saw it in there! You weren’t too happy about that at the time, but we did have some good laughs about it later! All the years of you working at the station with my dad and the jokes that were played and all of the laughter that we had will forever live in my memory! I remember the time my dad got a perm and how you teased him about it and then one day you showed up at work with a perm yourself and how we laughed and laughed!! The years spent racing…oh my goodness what memories linger there also! You will always be an icon in my life and how I will miss you!! Thank you for all you ever did for me and the memories you left with me! I will never forget any of them – and there are MANY to choose from!! Rest easy my dear uncle. I will always love you!
    Your Niece – Tammy

  3. Annadean, my dearest longtime friend, I’m soooo sorry to hear this news of your husband. My heart is breaking for you 💔 I’m going to be in Pueblo week of July 17, I’d love to see you. Love you girl, sincerely Sandy (Allen-Johnson) Betts

  4. Annadean, my dearest longtime friend, I’m sooo sorry to hear this news about your husband. My heart is breaking for you. I’m going to be in pueblo week of July 17. I’d love to see you. Sincerely, Sandy (Allen-Johnson) Betts

  5. CandleImageOur prayers are with you all as you mourn the precious life you all loved. May you all rejoice with the promise of being together again in the place Jesus went to prepare for our spirits to reside.
    Hugs ❤️

  6. So very sorry. I have lots of fond memories of him with Quenten and the family. Prayers for everyone. Love Carla. RIP

  7. What a great person Donnie was. I’ve known him about 52 years….. we liked to make each other laugh. Donnie was a great mechanic also. He loved his boys and their famillies . RIP, Donnie !!

  8. I will never forget you. I love you. I can’t believe you are gone. Rest In Peace my friend now you are out of pain. I will miss you.

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