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William Bernhard Satterness

William Bernhard Satterness

Mann 1929 - 2014  (84 år)

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  • Navn William Bernhard Satterness 
    Født 17 Aug 1929 
    Kjønn Mann 
    Død 1 Mai 2014 
    Person ID I166  Mehl and Styve
    Sist endret 12 Mai 2014 

    Familie Marilyn Suzanne Imbertson,   f. 6 Feb 1931, Hibbing, St. Louis, Minnesota, USA Finn alle personer med hendelser på dette stedet,   d. 5 Mai 2011  (Alder 80 år) 
    Gift 20 Jun 1953 
    William and Marilyn Satterness
    William and Marilyn Satterness
    Barn 
     1. William Jon Satterness
     2. Neil George Satterness
    Sist endret 28 Jun 2011 
    Famile ID F54  Gruppeskjema  |  Familiediagram

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    • Bill was born in Duluth, Minnesota to Martin and Dorothy (Long) Satterness. He graduated from Morgan Park High School in 1947, and earned a B.A. from the University of Minnesota - Duluth. He married Marilyn Imbertson of Hibbing in 1953.

      Bill began his 43-year career with US Steel Corporation in 1949, starting in the coke ovens and then the open hearth. After completing his education he held a number of management positions at Duluth Works, Trenton Works (NJ), and US Steel's Great Lakes Fleet, retiring in 1992 as Director of Employee Relations.

      Upon retirement, Bill and Marilyn resided at Briggs Lake for several years, then in Sartell, most recently at Country Manor Senior Apartments.

      Bill loved duck hunting, trout fishing, and observing nature. For most of his retirement he was a volunteer naturalist at Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge. He also served as a volunteer bailiff at Sherburne County Court House. He was a member of Sons of Norway, Euclid Masonic Lodge in West Duluth, and a former President of the Downtown St. Cloud Kiwanis Club.

      He sang tenor in the Duluth Harbormasters Barbershop Chorus and in several church choirs, sometimes as a soloist.

      Bill was known as a gifted storyteller, whether in the church basement or the hunting camp.