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James  Satterfield

Memorial for James Satterfield

Born in Taylor, Texas on Dec. 5, 1957
Departed on Apr. 8, 2017 and resided in Taylor, TX.
Service: Saturday, Apr. 15, 2017
2:00 pm
Cemetery: Taylor City Cemetery
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Brother James Satterfield was born December 5, 1957 in Taylor, Texas to A. J. and Mattie Mae Collins. He entered eternal rest on Saturday April 8, 2017.

He accepted Jesus Christ as his Savior at a young age. James (Bo Jo) was never married. He was blessed with two children (son) James Ulysses Jackson and (daughter) Tracy Collins. James was a loving and devoted father to his children.

James graduated from Taylor High in1976 (Go DUCKS). James completed - Victory School of Bible in Austin, Texas on February 7, 2006. Some of you did not know that James love Scripture.

For those of you who knew James and didn't know of him, he was a very kind hearted person. HE was the life of the party. He was a TRUE DALLAS COWBOYS FAN. He was also a beautiful family man that made sure his family had what they needed. If James saw that you were sad and feeling down…he made sure he made you laugh, because he never wanted anything more or less from you. When he talked to a person, James had laughter in his voice, because that was the kindness in his heart. We all knew him in our own special way. You will be missed James Satterfield.

James was preceded in death by his father, A. J. Collins, mother Mattie Mae Collins, and nephew Wyatt Kenneth Petty.

James leaves to mourn his passing two children: son- James Ulysses Jackson; daughter-Tracy Collins of Taylor, TX; five sisters-Alice Tealer of Taylor, TX, Ella J. Collins of Temple, TX, Delores Chandler of Converse, TX, Linda Collins and Lenora Collins of Austin, TX; one granddaughter-Teranek Jackson of Taylor, TX; one brother-in-law -Scott Chandler of Converse, TX; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Debbie Collins and he Uncle Bo Jo were inseparable, on football game days and they always watched the Dallas Cowboy Games together. They would enjoy eating, drinking and having fun. Their relationship was as beautiful as their smiles. Debbie loved her some Uncle Bo Jo. He will be missed by Debbie and the family. Kiss our mother for us James and tell her we love and miss her very much. R.I.P. Brother James We Love You, But God Loves You More!

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