Kathryn Satterfield, age 87, of the Mill Springs community, passed away on December 16, 2021, after a brief illness. She was a member of Mill Springs Baptist Church. She retired from Rittenhouse Paper Company (Nashua) and was a former employee of Magnavox of Jefferson City where she was selected to help build the world's first video game, The Odyssey. She worked on the family farm for hours on end, even after a shift at her factory job. She cared for and fed several Agricultural Education students (FFA members) at both Cherokee High School in Rogersville and Jefferson County High School for over 30 years and was a member of the Jefferson County FFA Alumni Association, the National FFA Alumni Association, and an honorary member of the Jefferson County FFA Chapter. Preceded in death by parents, Carl and Nannie Smith, husband Donald Satterfield, sisters Pauline Tate and Lenora Talley and brothers James and C.F. (Snuffy) Smith. Survived by son Jim Satterfield of Jefferson City, granddaughter Lora Satterfield (Clayton Thompson) of Strawberry Plains, brother Elmer (Bobbie) Smith, sisters-in-law Ruby Smith and Doris Smith, several nieces and nephews, and many others that she considered family. The family will receive friends from 4 until 7 PM at Mill Springs Baptist Church on December 20th with a funeral to follow at 7 PM with Dr. Greg Lindsey officiating. Family and friends will meet at 9:45 December 21st for a 10 AM graveside service at the Old Mill Springs Cemetery. Instead of flowers please make a donation to the Jefferson County FFA Alumni Association or the Mill Springs Baptist Church Cemetery Fund in Kathryn's name.
Farrar Funeral Home in Jefferson City is in charge of arrangements.