Patricia A. Satterley

Date of Passing:

August 13, 2018

Satterley, Patricia A., 82, of South Lake Drive, died peacefully at home on August 13, 2018 surrounded by her loving family. She was the beloved wife of Kenneth Satterley.

Born in Liverpool, England, a daughter of the late Jack and Johanna (Fields) Johnson, she lived in Barrington for 48 years.

Mrs. Satterley was the owner and operator of the former Little Imp Store for 5 years before retiring in 1988.

Patricia was a member of the English Club for 40 years. She enjoyed knitting, cooking, storytelling and spending time with her loving grandchildren.

Besides her husband of 64 years, she is survived by a daughter, Kim Holland of Barrington; a son, Grant Satterley of Portsmouth, a brother, James Johnson of Liverpool, England; seven grandchildren, Matthew, Brian and Kelsey Holland, Megan Grande, Chloe Day, Courtney and Jack Satterley and three great grandchildren, Chace DeConte, Parker Grande and Bode Holland.

Her funeral service will be private. Burial will be held in Forest Chapel Cemetery.

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  1. So sorry to hear the news. I’ll always remember Patty’s visit to Liverpool when I was very young. Love and best wishes to Ken and the family.

  2. To Ken, Kim and Grant, so sorry to hear about your loss. I’ve got very happy memories of coming to stay with you all when I was 9 with my auntie Josie. A big adventure for a little girl from Liverpool! Thinking of you all, love Irene Hesketh (Fields) x

  3. Ken, Kim, Grant and families.
    So sorry to hear of your loss. Lovely memories of visiting you in RI. Pat was always my Dads special niece, her smile lit up a room. Love from Liverpool. xxxx

  4. So sad to learn of the passing of my cousin, Patty. Many years since I last saw her, during one of her visits to Liverpool, but will always have loving memories of her.

  5. Ken – Rob and I were very sorry to hear of Pat’s loss. Please know that we are thinking of you and your family at this time, and always. Over the years, a spark came to your eye every time you said her name, and it always brought me a smile to know that at 12:00 every day, you and Pat would be having lunch together without fail. What a testament to a 64+ year relationship!

    Take care, and please let us know if there is anything we can do for at all.

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