Obituaries

Brandi Mae Satterlee

07/09/1980 - 07/07/2021

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Obituary For Brandi Mae Satterlee

Brandi was the first born daughter of Tamara Yeager and Ronald Satterlee. Brandi moved to heaven the summer of 2021. She was 40 years old.
A celebration of her life will be held at 11:00 am, Saturday, July 24, 2021 at Estacada First Baptist Church. Directly, following her Celebration of Life an open house gathering will be hosted by Jeffrey & Tamara Yeager at their residence.
Brandi Mae Satterlee was born July 9, 1980 in Portland to Ronald Satterlee and Tamara (Cooley) Yeager. Brandi spent her early years in Portland and moved to Eagle Creek in her early teens with her mother and stepfather.
Brandi had an amazing sense of humor and a strong personality. She was beautifully brilliant. Near the end of her journey on this side of eternity she had finished the hard work of sobriety and change. She was working hard to make healthy changes in her life.
Her body and soul were tired. God had other plans and must have decided it was her time for rest in pure love. She was welcomed home with arms wide open.
Survivors include her children, Giovanni Jackson, Maricela Jackson, George Hutchinson, Toni Medina, Brande Sevilla, and Noelia Sevilla. She is survived by her mother Tamara Yeager, stepfather Jeffrey Yeager, father Ronald Satterlee, and Grace Savage. Brandi’s surviving siblings include; Joshua Satterlee, Jeffrey Yeager, Jr., Ronald Satterlee, Jr., Ashley Yeager, and Natascha Kinne.
In addition Brandi is survived by her grandparents, Barbara and Clarence Satterlee and Dani Starr-Choate and many aunts, uncles, and cousins, nieces and nephews.

Services

24 Jul

Funeral Service

11:00 AM

Estacada First Baptist Church 29101 SE Eagle Creek Road Estacada,, OR 97023 Get Directions »
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  • 10/11/2021

    to my mother who did her best, missing you everyday with love

  • 07/26/2021

  • 07/26/2021

    The Hail Mary

  • 07/26/2021

    Hail mary

  • 07/24/2021

    To my sister in Christ I'm going to miss you so much I'm so sorry I won't be able to be there. You're my little Rooskie. You always made me laugh when I was down. You helped me with my bible study and scriptures. you will always be in my heart and prayers. ~~~ Elida Figuerora ~~~

  • 07/19/2021

    Brandi always supported you no matter what. She had a kind heart and was protective in her mothering nature. I could be having a breakdown but she's always pull me aside to distract me from being triggered. She was someone I looked up to and could share a tearful laugh with. My babushka.

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