Jake Vautour Obituary, Death – Jake Vautour has unexpectedly passed away. Jake Vautour, the son of Robert and Shari Vautour, was born on December 24 in Rock Springs, Wyoming. Austyn, his son, and Kaylee, his cherished sister, survive him. Austyn was the light of his life, whom he adored and deeply loved- Jake cherished every minute with him and they had a special, unbreakable bond; his parents, whom he deeply loved and to whom he openly expressed his love with hugs, kisses, and “I love you’s”; his sister, Amber, with whom he had a special connection, whom he always protected, and deeply loved; and his nephew, Mason Audorff, whom he
Jake was predeceased by his paternal grandparents, Leonard and Janet Vautour, as well as his maternal grandparents, LaMoine and Patricia Jaquish, and his uncle, Tim Vautour. He was basically a helper to everyone. Always the first to offer a helping hand and spring into action to help those in need. Jake was a generous and caring person who continued this after death by giving his organs. Jake will save and enhance many people’s lives, and he will inspire others to do the same.
Jake had a diverse group of friends and employees from all walks of life and ages. He adored and treasured them all. He was a Mason by trade and had spent the majority of his adult life in construction and the oil sector. He began his career with Modern Masonry in his teens before moving on to work in the North Dakota oil fields before returning to his vocation with Hanson Masonry for the last 13 years. He formed lifelong friendships with Pat and Israel Howard, Paul Karlen and Junior, and a slew of others.
Jake was incredibly proud of his outstanding work ethic and accomplishment in all he undertook. He was always eager to put in the time and effort needed to complete a task or master a new skill. Among his many interests were vehicles, travel, fishing, music, art, the ladies, tattoos, sports, cooking, working out, and, most significantly, nature. Jake never passed up an opportunity to be out in nature. He was a diligent worker, a formidable competitor, and an even more formidable lover. Tough as steel but as soft as a teddy bear- the ideal combination of hard and soft. He had a huge golden heart and was always ecstatic about his family. His family, particularly his son Austyn, was his greatest love.