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Edith Ellen “Edie” Sattler

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Edith Ellen “Edie” Sattler

Brewster, WA

Edith Ellen “Edie” (Dobson) Sattler, 68, of Brewster, WA, surrounded by family, went home to be with the Lord on Monday, December 9, 2013, after a battle with cancer. Edie was born on January 20, 1945, in Brewster, WA to Marvin and Verlie (Rosetta) Dobson. She grew up in a large, loving family of 13 brothers and sisters. She graduated from Brewster High School in 1963. After attending Graceland College in Lamoni, IA for one year, she moved to Spokane, WA to pursue a teaching degree. In 1968, she graduated from Eastern Washington College with a BA in K-12 education and a minor in French. After earning her degrees, she taught a range of subjects and coached several sports in Creston, WA for nine years. In 1974, she married Larry Sattler, with whom she enjoyed a loving relationship for over 20 years. She enjoyed family trips to Lake Roosevelt, Jones Bay, and California to visit her sister, Ida. In 1977, Edie and her family moved back to Brewster. While in Brewster, Edie taught fourth grade, junior high and high school language arts, computer class, journalism, and drama. She also actively contributed to the Brewster sports teams through coaching basketball and volleyball. In 1992, she graduated from Heritage College with a Master’s in bilingual education and administration. For over 20 years, she made a significant contribution to the Brewster education system through teaching, coaching, and administration. Shortly after marrying Gordon Sattler (1996), she retired from Brewster and started traveling to Arizona, where she continued her educational work through Servants on Wheels Ever Ready (SOWERS). In 2002, Edie returned to the classroom in Bridgeport, where she served in various positions (i.e., elementary and middle school special education and middle school math) until her passing. During this time, she also served on the Brewster School Board. In 2011, she was recognized for her dedication to Brewster Schools by being inducted to the Brewster Wall of Fame. While education was a significant part of her life, Edie was also an active member of her church and community.

Edie is survived by her husband, Gordon Sattler of Brewster, WA; and children: Scott and wife, Stacie Sattler of Brewster, WA and Ken and wife, Erika Sattler of Nampa, ID. Edie has seven grandchildren, whom she loved very much: Brook Sattler and husband, Ninad Dalal, Andy Sattler, Chris Sattler, Austin Sattler, Brian Sattler, Lexi Sattler, and Tesla Sattler. She has one great-grandchild, Quentin Dalal. She is also survived by siblings: Ruth Hurst, Ralph and sister-in-law, Rebecca Dobson, Arnold and sister-in-law, Nancy Dobson, Nola Detrick, Ida and brother-in-law, Richard Pruitt, Carl and sister-in-law, Lois Dobson, Linda and brother-in-law, Gene Anson, Harold and sister-in-law, Chris Dobson, and sisters-in-law, Joanne Dobson and Gloria Dobson. She was preceded in death by her parents, Marvin and Verlie (Rosetta) Dobson; husband, Larry Sattler; siblings, Donald Dobson, Floyd Dobson, Bertha Irving, Art Dobson, and Bert Dobson; and brothers-in-law, Kenny Detrick, Leonard Hurst, and Frank Irving.

The Memorial will take place on Saturday, December 21, 2013, at 11:00 a.m. at Bridgeport High School. Edith requested before her passing that, in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Bridgeport Dollars for Scholars, P.O. Box 452, Bridgeport, WA 98813. A memorial scholarship will be created in her name.

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