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Carrie Lynne (Guerrero) Satterwhite
January 17, 1971 ~ September 21, 2023 (age 52) 52 Years Old
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In loving memory of Carrie Lynne (Guerrero) Satterwhite
Born January 17, 1971, in San Bernardino, California; she was the first of 3 children, born to Darla (Satterwhite) Fender. Carrie graduated with honors from Hillsboro High School and spent most of her life in Texas. Residing in Powell, Wyoming, Carrie was welcomed home by her son Andy, on September 21, 2023, in Billings, Montana.
Carrie was full of life, making everyone laugh with her wit, humor, and charm. She had a passion for baking, crafting, music, and dance.
She is preceded in death by her son, Andrew (Andy) John Satterwhite, and Bill & Darlene Satterwhite.
She is survived by the love of her life, her daughter, Victoria Megan Satterwhite of Bedford, Texas; her mother, Darla Fender of Whitney, Texas; her brother, John Bean of McKinney, Texas; her sister, Melissa (Fender) Perkins and her wife, Lisa Perkins of Burleson, Texas; Aunt and Uncle, Ruth and David Chenoweth of El Paso, Texas; nephews, Gavin and Dayton Bean of Keene, Texas, and Rylan McCoy of Burleson, Texas; great-nephew, Kobe Grayson Bean of Keene, Texas; a very special friend, Van Armstrong of Powell, Wyoming; and many more family members, friends, and others whose lives Carrie touched.
In memory of Carrie, please feel free to make donations to the Lupus Foundation or Pancreatic Cancer Research Organization.
"You're in the arms of the angel. May you find some comfort there."- Sarah McLachlan