Louis Oliver Satterfield, Jr., of China Spring, passed away Jan. 31. Satterfield was born Oct. 20, 1937, in Louden, Tennessee, to Louis and Katherine Satterfield. After moving from Tennessee to Arkansas, the family landed in Dallas, Texas where he graduated from high school. He earned a bachelor of business administration degree from Baylor in 1959 and a juris doctor from Baylor Law in 1960. As a law student, he was legislation editor of the Baylor Law Review.
He met the love of his life, Peggy Clare, while in law school, and they married on Sept. 8, 1962 in Liberty, Texas. Rumor has it, he had to chase her around the law library in order to ask her for a date. They lived in Houston, Texas until 1969, when they moved to Liberty. Louis retired from the practice of law in 1995. Prior to that time, he maintained his office in Liberty. He also previously held positions with Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams & Martin, P.C. (where he was of counsel); Kirk & Carrigan, P.C.; Woods, Harman & Satterfield; The Superior Oil Company (where he was Vice President, Secretary, and Corporate Counsel); and Shell Oil Company.
He was a member of the Texas and Liberty County Bar Associations and had been admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States as well as various federal district and appellate courts. He was also a member of the National Rifle Association (Benefactor), Texas State Rifle Association (Life), Houston Zoological Society, and the Liberty Rotary Club (Past-President 1985-86), and the Baylor Law Alumni Association. He was active in the First Baptist Church of Liberty, Texas, Columbus Avenue Baptist Church in Waco, and Highland Baptist Church in Waco, teaching Sunday School and serving as a deacon for many years. In his spare time, he enjoyed hunting and photography.
Louis was preceded in death by his wife, Peggy Clare, and his parents.
Survivors include his daughter, Clare Paul, and her husband, Robert; his grandchildren, Joseph Paul and Elisabeth Paul; nieces and several cousins.
Terry Glen Betenbough, passed away Jan. 27, 2018 in Weatherford, Texas after a lengthy illness. He was born Nov. 23, 1941 to Bill and Helen Betenbough in Andrews, Texas where he lived until he started Texas Tech. He attended Texas Tech from 1959 through 1963 earning a degree in business administration. He attended Baylor Law and earned his juris doctor in 1966. Terry returned to Lubbock and lived there for 40 years. He owned Western Title Company there before moving to Weatherford in 2004. In Weatherford, he worked as landman for nine years.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and a granddaughter, Hailley Ann James.
Terry leaves behind his wife, Sandra whom he married in 1960; daughter, Teresa Hindle and husband Bobby; son, Beck Betenbough; brother, Vin Betenbough and wife Barbara and their daughters Angie and Sherri.