SATTERFIELD, Mildred Moberly of Spring Hill, died Monday, Feb. 20, 2012. She was born on Nov. 11, 1928, to Beatrice (nee Shacklette) and Dale Moberly of Houston, MO. After her father's death in 1929, she lived with her Aunt Nan and Uncle John Moberly until age 7, after which she, along with her two sisters, went to live with their paternal aunt in Springfield, MO. She attended Greenwood Normal School in Springfield. In 1945, she married Wyoming rancher Lyndsey Wilkerson. They had one daughter, Katherine. Following her divorce, she moved back to Missouri where she finished her education. She graduated from Southwest Missouri State College in 1954. She taught high school English for two years, then began a varied career. Mrs. Satterfield lived and worked in Chicago, New York City, and parts of California and Utah. She was a computer programmer with a top secret clearance. Mildred was an avid outdoors person, who raced cars for fun. In 1978, she married Edward Brokaski while in Utah. They moved to Spring Hill, following his retirement in 1989. Mildred was predeceased by her husband, Ed Brokaski, and her oldest sister, Bonnie Kingsley. She is survived by her daughter, Katherine DeLoughy (Ed); her sister, Meribel Blanchard; 3 grandchildren and 5 great-grand- children.
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Published in the Tampa Bay Times on Feb. 29, 2012