For three decades, Warren S. Satterlee II gathered extensive experience across several industries. His contributions lie mainly in the retail sector, as he previously worked for Ross Dress for Less, Eckerd Drug, Office Depot and Schlotzky’s. Before his retirement in 2006, Mr. Satterlee was a member of the retail management staff at Ross Dress for Less, the second-largest off-price retailer in the United States. Early in his career, Mr. Satterlee held the title of supervisor and bakery support staff at Schlotzsky, an international sandwich franchise restaurant chain. He went on to join the retail management team at Eckerd Drug in 1995. During his tenure, Mr. Satterlee was also a member of the Supervisory Training Program and Management Training Program, as well as an E4 Air Force Senior Airman from 1966-1970. Mr. Satterlee earned an Associate of Arts from Cayuga Community College in 1972, followed by a Bachelor of Arts from St. Cloud State University in 1974. In 1991, he received a graduate certificate in theological studies from Texas Christian University.
Now retired, Mr. Satterlee remains devoted to the church and has been credited with creating church worship banners and visuals. He is a parish and choir member of St. Timothy Church in Fort Worth, TX. Mr. Satterlee also maintains affiliation with the International Order of St. Luke the Physician. He was formerly a member of the AARP Chapter 4116 Monthly Refreshment Volunteer Committee, the Fort Worth Genealogical
Society, the Crowley Art Guild and the Hereditary Register of the USA.
In addition to his work in the community, as well as his past leadership roles in corporate America, Mr. Satterlee is a published author. In 1997, he wrote “Meditation” and “Meditation III.” Furthermore, he has written numerous poems and articles for industry-related journals. In recognition of his achievements, Marquis Who’s Who dubbed Mr. Satterlee a “Top Professional.” Moreover, he was the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award.
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