Anna Madge Satterwhite

Anna Madge Satterwhite, age 99 of Fort Worth, formerly of Breckenridge, died Friday, December 3, 2010, at Baylor All Saints Medical Center in Fort Worth.  Graveside funeral services will be held at 3 p.m., Monday, December 6th, in the Mount Zion Cemetery with Rev. Jim Caraway officiating.  Interment will follow under the direction of Morehart Mortuary.  Visitation will be held Sunday afternoon, December 5th, from 2 to 4 p.m., at Morehart Mortuary.

Anna Madge Robinson was born on January 28, 1911 in the Frankell Community of Stephens County, Texas to parents, Zeb Robinson and Iva Gertrude Havens Robinson.  She grew up and attended schools in the Frankell Community where she later graduated in 1928.  Madge married Lloyd Alexander Satterwhite on July 31, 1927 in Frankell.  Mr. and Mrs. Satterwhite made their home together in Stephens County, where Lloyd was a farmer and rancher and Madge was a dedicated homemaker.  For a period of time she also worked at Whitman Drug.  Madge enjoyed caring for her family, quilting and carrying out the work of the Church.  For many years, she was a member of the First Baptist Church of Breckenridge where she was quite active in the WMU.  Later she became a member of New Hope Baptist Church No. 3.  Madge was also a member of the Breckenridge Women’s Forum, as well as the Order of the Eastern Star in which she served many capacities. In 2003, Madge moved to Fort Worth to be near her children and grandchildren.  Madge was preceded in death by her parents; husband; one son, John Lloyd Satterwhite; one daughter-in-law, Jean Satterwhite and two sisters, Mona Blanton and Tennie Goes.

Madge is survived by one son, David Alexander Satterwhite and wife, Dwana of Fort Worth; four grandchildren, Kellee Cox and husband, Doug of Fort Worth, Karree Satterwhite and Sara Bell of Fort Worth, Christopher Satterwhite and Jean Ann Lopez and husband, Edwin Jr. of Fort Worth; one great grandchild, Kendalyn Grace Lopez of Fort Worth; and a host of nephews, nieces, great nephews and great nieces.

Memorials may be made to the Mount Zion Cemetery Association or the North Fort Worth Chapter of the Eastern Star No. 684 Scholarship Fund and may be left at Morehart Mortuary.  Condolences may be sent online at www.morehartmortuary.net.