Carlee Ludel ‘New’ Satterfield
Carlee Satterfield, 42, of Parachute left this earthly world behind and went to join her savior on Dec. 4, 2011 at Peach Grove Rehab Center in Palisade.Carlee was born Aug. 23, 1969 in Rifle to Terry Satterfield and Kay Pontius. She graduated from high school in Carlsbad, New Mexico. Carlee enjoyed life, she moved frequently between New Mexico and Colorado, spending the last few years with her family here in Colorado. While she was in New Mexico, she spent time with family and friends, and had a great time going to the stock car races. Carlee’s main love in life were her horses and she was able to enjoy them, both in New Mexico and Colorado. The last few years Carlee was always with family and friends at Barrel Races & Ropings. She was a great fan and cheered everyone on. Carlee was a member of FCC and attended Assembly of God in Fruita. She will be loved always and remembered forever.Carlee was preceded in death by her grandparents Della & Tom Satterfield, Morris & Lou Pontius, Tom Jones, and Joe & Lois James; and her Aunt Linda Waite.She leaves behind her parents Terry and Penny Satterfield and Kay and Mike James; Grandma Alice; her brother Bub (Christa) Satterfield; sisters Misty, Erica and Lacey Satterfield and Gina (Taylor) Richardson; she was adored by her precious nieces and nephews: Quirt, Kayla, Kegan, Lacey, Sheldon, Bubba, Barbie, Charlese, Trey, Sienna, Tyden, Roddy, Gage, Tomas, Grahm & Colston; and many, many cousins, aunts and uncles.Memorial Services are planned for Friday, Dec. 9, 1 p.m. at Light House Assembly of God Church in Battlement Mesa. Pastor BJ Worthen will officiate.Graveside services will be held in June.Monetary donations may be sent to the Satterfield family at 2010 County Road 250, Silt, Colo. 81652.Online condolences at RifleFuneralHome.com
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Messaging from CDOT changes, but Independence Pass is noted as closed on its website but not for mudslides
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