Stephanie Satterwhite

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Stephanie Elaine Satterwhite, age 50, passed away to be with her family in Heaven on Saturday, April 17, 2021. She was born on April 21, 1970 in Columbus, Ohio.

Stephanie was educated in Columbus City Schools and a graduate of Walnut Ridge High School. Stephanie worked various jobs in her life and finally settled in with Fed Ex, where she had been employed for over 10 years. Stephanie had no children but loved and treasured her God Daughter Mackayla and all of her nieces and nephews.

Stephanie will be sorely missed. She is survived by her Sister, Camille Satterwhite (Richard), Half-Sister, Darlena (Doug) Thompson, Half-Brother, Dale (Kim) Satterwhite, two Nieces, Averi Satterwhite, and Zayla Younger, and three Nephews, Timothy Thompson, Colbert Thompson, and Rylan Younger.

Her Angels on earth: Kevin Gamble (and family) and Gerri Boone (and family), along with a host of more family and friends. She is preceded in death by father, William R. Satterwhite, mother, Joan C. Satterwhite, and brother, Jason A. Satterwhite.

Stephanie will be missed for her sense of humor and compassion for others. She always made light of everything no matter the circumstances and would do anything for others; even if she didn’t have it. She was the most loyal Friend, Aunt, and Sister a person could have. She will always be loved.

PUBLIC Visitation 3:00 PM PRIVATE Visitation 4:00 and Private Funeral Service 5:00 PM Saturday, May 1, 2021 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. (one block east of Noe Bixby, turn North on Lonsdale Rd).

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Condolence Messages

  1. Tameca Holcomb

    I will miss you so much Stefanie, you will truly be missed.fly high angle

  2. Daphne Triplett

    God has called another angel home I’m going to miss her so much but I know she’s is with God , love you Stephanie satellite R I P

  3. Danna Friendly

    You will be truly missed

  4. Awesome giving person. Well be very much missed.

  5. Rickie DeLancey

    I remember my luvly Stephanie at all my parties she was a true light among our friends I will truly miss my girlfriend very very much.

  6. My day’s will have one less chance to receive the light you brought to it.
    Your positivity and genuine caring for everyone will forever be remembered and cherished.

  7. Praying for Steph’s family… she will be greatly missed at work! God bless!

  8. Julio c morales

    God have a special place for you ,we will miss you

  9. James E Watkinson

    Stephanie, you were the definition of Peace, Love, Acceptance & yes, even Orneriness. You brought light to every life you touched and will be missed by us all.

  10. Nisa Brinkley

    She’s one of the kindest and funniest people I’ve ever known! Sending love to her family and friends. Miss you Steph!

  11. Steph

    One of the kindest most giving soul I ever met.
    You were special and had a heart of GOLD!
    You will forever be missed

    Ron Cooley

  12. Pastor Winston C. & 1st Lady Bonita L. Ridley

    Dearest Camille & Averi,

    Thank you for sharing such a beautiful Celebration of Stephanie’s Life that you & Family put together. We wished we could have attended. My beloved husband, Winston Christopher and I, Bonita L. Ridley (aka Chris and Bonnie) are on the Satterwhite side of the Family. My Mother, now living in Heaven, too, is Stephanie’s Aunt and her Father’s Sister. Uncle Billy, Aunt Joanne and Cousin Jason are part of the legacy Stephane inherited. She is a gentle, gracious and generous spirit just like her Mother, Aunt Joanne and she got her sense of humor from her Father, Uncle Billy. Because of her faith in Jesus she now lives in her new home, a mansion in Heaven where she will live with the Lord God in complete peace and health for eternity! Hallelujah!! Stephanie has joined the Lord Jesus, Uncle Billy, Aunt Joanne, Jason, and that cloud of witnesses that the Bible tells us about. They are praying for us to keep pressing on. Be steadfast, immoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that your labor is not in vain in the Lord. (I Corinthians 15:58) May the Lord continue to bless, keep and comfort you and Family with His everlasting Love. We love you dearly. Rev. Dr. Winston C. and 1st Lady Bonita L. Ridley and The Greater First Baptist Church Family and Friends, 2701 13th Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20009.
    Jesus said,.. “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me, though he may die, he shall live. And whoever lives and believes in Me shall never die.” John 11:25-26 NKJV

  13. Christina Bowers Jackson and Mackayla

    You will be so missed by Mackayla and me. She hopes you will now be her guardian angel. You were a sweet and kind hearted person. A sad time that you left us.

  14. Gerrie Boone

    My best friend, my sissy, my other half… it took me a minute to write your condolence and honestly I’m still not ready but here it goes. I don’t know how I’ve made it without you these last few weeks… Without our texts, our phone calls, our taco Tuesdays dates, your constant prayers for me and the family, your laughter, your smiles, your advice, your amazing outlook, your kindness, your love and your beauty inside and out. You taught me so much in our time together and I am forever grateful for that. My heart is broken and losing you and my momma within a year of each other seems like a incredibly mean joke that the universe has played on me. The only thing that I’m holding on too is that you are happy. You are so happy now, I can feel it. Until we meet again girl, I will see you in all the incredible beauty this earth has to offer. I will laugh at our memories and I will cherish every single picture that I have of your face. In life you were everything to me, my family, my friend, my soulmate and now you are my angel. I love and I will miss you for the rest of my life. Thank you for blessing me Steph.

  15. I just learned of Stephanie’s passing. I hadn’t seen or spoken to her in about 9 years, but I remember her well from my days at FedEx/McGraw. She was a wonderful woman and I’m better for knowing her. I’m so sorry to her friends and family. She was a lovely person.

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