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Sharon Satterfield

Sharon Satterfield

Sharon Joyce Satterfield died Feb. 23 at a local hospital. She was 60.

In accordance with her wishes, no services will be held.



Mrs. Satterfield was born Sept. 1, 1947, to Clyde and Virginia Beverly in Huntington Park. She was raised and attended schools in Downey. After college, she worked as a bookkeeper and buyer for women’s fashion. She married Gerald Satterfield in 1971 in Las Vegas, Nev., and they have been residents of Nevada County for 30 years.

Mrs. Satterfield loved antiques, and she and her husband shared a space at Palace Antiques in Grass Valley, traveling several days a week throughout the state in search of items for their booth. She specialized in glassware, loved decorating their home and was a member of the Lady Shriners.




Mrs. Satterfield is survived by her husband, Gerald Satterfield, of Nevada City; son, Christopher Satterfield, of Grass Valley; daughters Jeanna Satterfield, of Fort Bragg, and Shannon Satterfield, of Grass Valley; grandchildren Savanna Satterfield, Alexander and Andrew Carvallo, all of Grass Valley; mother, Virginia Minard, of Newport Beach; sister, Marla Brinkerhoff, of Laguna Beach, and three nephews.

Memorial contributions may be made to Shriner’s Hospital for Crippled Children, Northern California Unit, P.O. Box 21-4477, Sacramento, 95821.

Services are under the direction of Hooper and Weaver Mortuary in Nevada City.


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