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Mrs. Nancy Matthews Satterwhite

06/19/1959 - 07/01/2022

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Mrs. Nancy Matthews Satterwhite, age 63, of La Crosse, died on Friday July 1, 2022. She was a long time local delivery coordinator for the Richmond Times-Dispatch newspaper. Nancy is survived by her husband, Michael W. “Micky” Satterwhite of La Crosse; her three children: Michael W. Satterwhite and his wife Lindsey of La Crosse, Bethany Satterwhite Williams of La Crosse and Aaron Satterwhite and his wife Katie of Lawrenceville; her seven grandchildren: Jordan Taylor Satterwhite, Riley Shelton, Paynter Satterwhite, Paschal Satterwhite, Tannen Williams, Kimber Satterwhite and Jade Satterwhite; her brother, Tony Matthews of Baskerville; her uncle, Chambers Allgood of Baskerville; her two aunts: Carolyn Arrington and Carolyn Wagoner of South Hill and her cousin William Arrington and his wife Kathleen of South Hill. Nancy was preceded in death by her parents, Leonard and Marion Matthews; her son, Justin Satterwhite and her aunt, Etta Allgood. A graveside funeral service will be conducted on Tuesday July 5th at 11:00 A.M. in La Crosse Cemetery. Online condolences may be made through our website, www.crowderhitecrews.com. Crowder-Hite-Crews Funeral Home and Crematory is serving the Satterwhite family.

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  1. Deepest condolences to the family and friends. Nancy was an amazing person; kind and loving. I’m grateful to have known her, many wonderful memories of time spent together.

  2. Extending hearfelt sympathy to her family. i have know her a long time. Nancy was a very loving, kind and sincere lady. I will miss her but I know in my heart she had suffered and endured pain. R.I.P Nancy. Never forget our chats.

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    This saddens me to hear this. We have friends for a long while. I trained her for a job at F.E. Watkins Motor Co. until Mickey was transferred in the military. i will miss her. Prayers and hugs to Mickey and the family.

 

 

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