Demonstrating a keen sense of versatility in his myriad professions, Warren S. Satterlee II has spent his career dabbling in the arts, literature, and retail management. Dedicating several years to his art during the formative stages of his career, he worked in all mediums, including oil and watercolor painting, clay, weaving, jewelry fabrication, and printmaking, among others. Later on, he earned the opportunity to serve as a freelance writer for numerous publications, including church newsletters, periodicals, religious poetry, journals, anthologies and book reviews. Boasting a rich background in theological studies, he was able to adapt his knowledge while talking to and writing about the clergy.
In the latter half of his career, Mr. Satterlee served a number of major retail outlets. A former supervisor and bakery support staff member of Schlotzskys Deli Sandwich Shop in Arlington, TX, from 1989 to 1996, he then served in retail management at Eckerd Corporation from 1995 to 2000 while also acting as a customer service staff member at Office Depot in 1998. While at Eckerd, he was a participant in the management training program for retail management practices in 1999. Prior to retiring in 2006, he served Ross Stores Inc. as a member of the retail management staff, where he also trained new cashiers, unloaded the daily truck, and created the employee schedule, among other duties. He held the position for six years.
Among the notable highlights of his career, Mr. Satterlee was fortunate between 1989 to 1991 to have three appendices published in the Lectionary Worship Workbooks: “Appendix Cycle A: How to Make Occasional Worship Banners,” “Appendix Cycle B: How to Make Seasonal, Progressive Multi-Purpose Banners” and “Appendix Cycle C: How to Make Seasonal Worship Banners.” Likewise, he was proud to have a liturgy published entitled “Who is My Neighbor?” in 1997, which was published by Celebration, an ecumenical worship resource. He was also asked to design a plate for a local church’s 25th anniversary in 2009.
Married to the late Virginia Lou Schumacher, Mr. Satterlee is the proud father of one daughter and three grandchildren. A native of Harlingen, TX, he enjoys creative writing, making church worship banners and visuals, listening to music, and crafting in his spare time.
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