Tonya M. Satterfield

February 12, 1972 - August 27, 2019
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Tonya M. Satterfield age 47, of Lima passed away Tuesday, August 27, 2019 at Ohio State Medical Center, Columbus. She was born Feb. 12, 1972 in Lima to Dennis L. and Madge (Beverly) Phalen.
Tonya had been a driver for Allen County helping disabled people. She loved being with her family, going to thrift shops, riding her motorcycle and collecting frogs.
Additional survivors include sons: Andrew (Emily) Satterfield of Glen Burnie, MD and Matthew Satterfield of Augusta, GA; 2 grandsons: Zane and Zavier Satterfield: siblings: Denny (Annette) Phalen of Lima, Elinda Owens of Mousie, KY, Brad (Crystal) Phalen of Jarrell, TX, Dewayne (Shelby) Keehn of Lima and Jessica Phalen of Statesville, NC.
A Private family gathering will be held.

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Born: February 12, 1972
Died: August 27, 2019

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Jamie posted on 8/27/20

I will miss you every day.


Debbie Jordan posted on 8/31/19

Ron and I are so sorry to hear about Tonya. We have many great memories of our time with her and the boys. God be with you all. We love ya. Ron and Debbie Jordan


Danny Johns posted on 8/31/19

You will be missed our friend from Danny and Becky. Ride free Tonya


Carla Baker posted on 8/30/19

My sweet cousin Tonya. You will truly be missed. I was so happy we connected again after all the years. You were such a strong person on the outside but the kindest person on the inside. I could never repay you for all the love and kindness you gave to my momma when she was sick. You taught me more about my dad’s family than anyone ever had and I am so grateful for that but more than anything, I just really enjoyed getting to spend time with you again. Your boys should know how very proud of them you were. Rest In Peace.


Linda Roby posted on 8/29/19

Fly high God's beautiful angel. See you on the other side. Spread your wings and soar free...