Tracie Lee Sawinski
1983 - 2020
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Feb. 23, 1983 - Jan. 5, 2020
Tracie Lee Sawinski, 36, of Colorado Springs passed away on Jan 5, 2020. She was born at Madigan Army Medical Center Tacoma, WA on Feb 23, 1983. Tracie moved to Colorado Springs with her family in 1993 where she attended Coronado High School. Tracie had a long time career as Office Manager with State Farm Insurance. She was married to Shane Sawinski in Jun 2007 and had three beautiful children. She was a wonderful mother, daughter and wife. She is survived by her husband Shane, children Kayla, Andrew and Michael, mother Julie Sessler, father Robert Burkenbine (Step-Mom Shirley), half siblings Andy Gochenour, and Galene Magnuson, and nephew Kai Holdridge. Funeral service will be at Swan Law Funeral Home, 501 N Cascade Ave on Wednesday Jan. 15, 1030 AM. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to (American Foundation Suicide Prevention)

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Published in The Gazette on Jan. 12, 2020.
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January 25, 2020
To My Beautiful DaughterIn-Law (Daughter), First, May God the Father recieve You into His Loving Hands for You are Good mother, Wife and Daughter. May Rest In Peace. Love Dad In-Law (Tony Sawinski, Shane's Dad)
January 15, 2020
The first time I got to meet my Cousin was when she was an infant when my Aunt and Uncle were stationed in Aschaffenburg Germany. We were in Germany also not far from Darmstadt where my dad had been previously stationed. I'd go for an occasional weekend to watch my cousins as I was 12 and 14 years older then them. The first thing I noticed about Tracie was her contagious smile. She was such a sweet baby to watch. It was a few more months and my mom had my lil sister Mary-Ellen. Over the years her smile remained the same, but her heart ❤ became loving, kind and highly true to all that knew her. Sweet, Sweet Cousin this is not how life was supposed to go. You will be greatly missed! ❤❤
Eileen Osborne
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