Eldon
Eldon (Bud) Satter Funeral services for Eldon (Bud) Satter of Hawthorne will held on Saturday, May 8, 2010, 11:00 AM, at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Inglewood (902 S. Maple Street, Inglewood). A viewing will be held on Friday, May 7, 2010, from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM at McCormick Mortuary located at 635 S. Prairie Avenue, Inglewood. Bud was born November 21, 1920, on the family farm in Union County, South Dakota. Bud was very active in the American Legion, Post 188, and Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Inglewood. He retired in 1979 after 30 years with the United States Postal Service (Inglewood Post Office). Bud is preceded in death by his wife Elsie, parents, Lewis and Grace Satter of Elk Point, South Dakota, and brother Luverne of Alcester, South Dakota. Bud is survived by his brother Archie of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, sisters Leone of Fountain Valley, California and Ardis of Long Beach, California; daughter, Loreen of Redondo Beach, California; son Curt (Cathy) of La Quinta, California and grandchildren, Christa (Sean), Chad (Monica), Lorell (Jeremy), Leslie, and Lars and five great-grandchildren; Sydney, Chad, Victoria, Allen and Darren. Any contributions in honor of Bud, can be made to the charity of your choice.

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  1. Curt & Cathy, So sorry for your loss. I am sad I won’t be able to make the services. If your dad was anything like you, Curt, his humor and light touch will stay in your memories! Looks like you come from a long line of longevity and a large family. Family is always a source of comfort, and you have a really big family! Love & hugs, Christy Reilly

  2. Curt & Cathy, you and family are in our thoughts and prayers. We are unable to be at the service – you will be in our hearts. Love, Eloise and Richard

  3. Uncle Bud was always such a positive and upbeat person. My father (Archie – Bud’s brother) and our family had the privilege of spending time with Uncle Bud. Loreen, Lars and Lars’ fiance recently when they visited South Dakota. He will be missed! Craig

  4. I’m so sorry to hear of Bud’s passing, but we know he’s in a better place now.Bud was always my idol as I was named after him,and even took up the same occupation.I can’t ever remember him saying a bad word about anyone,so I’m sure he didn’t have an enemy in the world. Bud was always good at whatever he was doing–hunting,playing sports,and visiting with people. He was one of a kind and will really be missed.

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