Brian Satterwhite was born to Carroll Ray and Helen Nadine Satterwhite the 5th of January, 1968. He went to be with Jesus on May 14 , 2018.
He spent all his school years at Springer graduating in 1986. In grade school he played little league football and baseball a couple of years. In high school his primary focus was the Future Farmer’s of America. He particularly liked the public speaking.
The main reason Brian got up in the morning was cars, starting  with matchbox, then models, old pickups and antique cars but most of all race cars. He and brother Joel grew up watching their dad and uncle and Jearl (Mighty) Meeks race stock cars at Lawton and Ada Speedway. Then when they were grown they raced stock and modified together and separately at tracks in the area, mostly Lawton.
The boys also helped their dad and grampa raise cattle and the many things that entails.
Brian attended Cameron State College for over 2 years. He then went to work for Quinton Little Oil and Uniroyal-Michelin. He worked for USA Trucking for awhile with his wife being his helper and navigator. He said he got a dent or scrape or got lost every time she wasn’t with him. Lately he was working for U S Trucking.
Brian was of the Baptist faith and was blessed with a wonderful singing voice. His favorite song seemed to be the Star
Spangled Banner and suspect it was because when that was over the race started.
Brian and Tammy Hager were married on Petit Jean Mountain on June 18, 2009.
He belonged to the Red River Oval, Vintage Super Modified, and Racing from the Past car clubs. He and Tammy made many friends in the racing community. Brian was a member of the Springer Volunteer Fire Dept. for many years and retired.
He was preceded in death by his adored grandparents Ray and Florence Satterwhite and Luther and Ola Mae Smith.
He is survived by wife, Tammy, parents Carroll and Nadine, brother Joel and wife Melissa, and their sons Sparky and wife Sammyjo, and Chase Satterwhite, all of Springer.  Also surviving is his step-daughter Teela Glaze and husband Lance as well as their daughter Ayva and son Gavin, step-sons Travon Barnum and Teaven Barnum and wife Sarah. Also, twin great nieces that belong to Sparky and his wife.
Services will be at the Harvey Douglas Centennial Chapel on Monday the 21st of May at 2 p.m. with Bro. Mike. Johnston officiating. Burial will be in the Woodford cemetery.
A time of visitation and support for the family will be held Sunday afternoon from 3  untill 5 p.m. at the funeral home.
The city of Springer has graciously offered the community center behind the city hall for dinner and visiting starting  loosely at 11:30 a.m.
Pallbearers are Joel, Sparky, Chase, Gene, and Brad Satterwhite, Steve Ford, and Tony Hager.  Honorary bearers are Eric Hayes, best friend Sean Dean, Shane Carson and all his racing buddies.
See you on the brighter side beloved Son.
Services are under the direction and care of Harvey-Douglas Funeral Home and Crematory where condolences may be left for the family at