The Jamie Sauer Charitable Fund has been established by her family (Sauer, Sciandra, Fuller, Wasylyszyn) to create a lasting tribute to commemorate her life. Jamie possessed the amazing qualities and embodied the beauty which she wanted others to see in themselves: a radiating spirit, a contagious smile, inspiring ambitions, fearlessness and bravery in all her endeavors, and poise in times of reflection.
Jamie was entirely giving of herself to support and care for others. She advocated for those less fortunate by having a collection basket in her classroom for snacks for her students who were hungry. Jamie supported local businesses such as her friends’ personal companies. She loved animals, including her three fur babies. She organized and planned for fun of all ages in so many ways, including having crayons and coloring pages provided at her wedding for her nieces and nephews, and her rubber duck collection which brought out her child-like side.
Jamie’s love and gift of writing was most wholeheartedly known in the affirmations that she expressed to her family, friends, and especially her students. Scholarships will be made to honor causes that were important to Jamie during her life.
It is the family’s initial intent to raise $25,000+ for an endowed fund that can support an annual $1000+ scholarship forever in Jamie’s memory.
Jamie passed away suddenly on Sunday, January 3, 2021 as a result of an automobile accident. She was the beloved wife of Isaac W. Sauer, with whom she would have celebrated their third anniversary in April, 2021 In their hearts, they carried the heart of each other, and it will always be so.
Born in West Chester, she was the daughter of Maureen J. (Jarrett) Sciandra and Joseph J. Sciandra. Her mom and dads’ unconditional love and support attributed to Jamie’s power of determination, her patience, and her kindness. Jamie graduated from Susquehanna University with a B.A. in Creative Writing and Secondary Education in 2014. She was currently working towards her Master’s degree. Jamie previously taught in the Coatesville Area School District of which she was a graduate in 2010 and then she moved on to teach at the Marple Newtown School District at Paxon Hollow Middle School.
Send a check made payable to:
Jamie Sauer Charitable Fund, c/o CCCF
28 West Market Street
West Chester, PA 19382