Sadie Lee Rauser

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Her Funeral Service will be held at 11:00 AM on Monday, October 23 at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Williston. Rev. David Maxfield will officiate.


Friends may call at Everson-Coughlin Funeral home on Sunday, October 22, from 1:00 PM until 5:00 PM and for the hour preceding the service at the church on Monday.


Interment in Riverview Cemetery will follow the funeral service.

Sadie Lee Rauser
December 14, 1982 - October 14, 2017

Place of Birth : Williston, North Dakota
Residence : Williston, North Dakota
Age : 34

Sadie Lee Rauser, 34, of Williston passed away on October 14th, 2017.

Sadie was born in Williston, ND on December 14th, 1982. She started her first 2 years of elementary school in Mount Pleasant, Michigan then moved to Williston, ND to continue, graduating from Williston High School in 2001. After high school she moved to Bismarck, ND to work for a group home then moved back to Williston to raise her daughter, Kylie Sunshine. While raising her daughter Sadie started working at the El Rancho and later moved to work at Joan’s Hallmark. In 2010 she decided to continue her education by attending Williston State College, graduating with honors obtaining an LPN nursing degree in 2012. After graduation Sadie began her new career by accepting a position at Trinity Regional Eye Clinic.

In Sadie’s free time from being a mom and working full time she was also a beloved daughter, sister, auntie, granddaughter, friend, cousin and niece to many. She had a great love for the outdoors, specifically spending time at the lake with family and friends. She also had a great passion for photography, capturing beautiful landscape moments through the eye of the lenses. Above all, Sadie was a terrific artist and truly excelled at painting. She has created numerous paintings that we will get to enjoy over the years and will last forever. With being the only girl in the family Sadie was able to have a big brother who protected her and a little brother to guide and listen to her. She was a wonderful mother to her daughter Kylie and always wanted the best for her. Kylie was the biggest blessing Sadie ever received. Sadie also loved spending time with her closest cousin Lacey. Sadie and Lacey were two peas in a pod sharing a sister like relationship since neither had a sister. Sadie’s personality would light up a room as soon as she entered it. Her laugh was contagious and her charisma would draw people in. Sadie lived her life to the fullest and has touched so many people in so many different ways. The world will not be as bright without Sadie in it; however we have gained another angel that will show us the beauty that still exists. Sadie will be forever missed by all. Her legacy will live on.

Surviving Sadie is her daughter, Kylie Sunshine Lynde, father, Martin Rauser; mother, Lynelle Iverson; grandparents, Jim (Loyce) Rauser; brother, Budd (Tiffany) Rauser; grandmother, Betty Halseth; grandfather, Larry Iverson; aunt, Laurie (Mike) Evanson; uncle, Rick (Brenda) Rauser; uncle, James Rauser; aunt, Cori Chizek; aunt, Kim (Tim) Thompson; nephews, Brody and Brockton Rauser; cousins, Michael (Sherri) Hamers; Mikayla (Chris) Hanson; McCade Evanson; Kirstie (Brooke) Gilbertson; Melissa Evanson; Chase Evanson; Nathan (Melissa) Rauser; Lacey (Blaine) Stevens; Trevor Rauser; Shelby Brokaw.

Sadie was preceded in death by her brother, Erik Martin Rauser.