Obituary of Edith Satterfield
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Edith “Ginger” Satterfield, 81, of Morgantown entered her eternal home on October 17, 2021. Ginger was born on April 6, 1940 in Grafton, Taylor County, WV. She married Edward L. Satterfield on November 25, 1961 in Winchester, VA. And together they had one son, Russell whose wife, Stacy died in October 2005. Ginger graduated from Morgantown High School in 1958 and worked as a secretary in various places including a bank in North Carolina, the WV State Police, and First Baptist Church. She was a lifelong member of Suncrest United Methodist Church, formerly Drummond Church. Ginger is survived by her Husband, Edward of 59 years, Son, Russell, Mother, Mabel, and brothers Jeff of Morgantown, Bob of Canada, and Joe of Washington State, brother-in-law David Satterfield and Wife Trudy. One of her favorite pastimes was their weekly NASCAR contests with Ed and Russ. One of her special talents was knitting slippers for feet of those that touched her life. She loved people and showed much kindness to neighbors and friends. Special thanks to all the Hospice workers and the staff of Pleasant Acres Christian Haven who provided very good care for her. Hastings Funeral Home has been entrusted with a private graveside service held for the Family. Send condolences online at www.hastingsfuneralhome.comTo plant a beautiful memorial tree in memory of Edith Satterfield, please visit our Tree Store
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