Lacey Marie Sattler

August 8, 2000November 3, 2018

Lacey Marie Sattler, born August 8, 2000, passed away peacefully in the early morning of Saturday, November 3, 2018 after a long battle with digestive issues related to having Gastroparesis. Lacey was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado to Mike and Deanna Sattler. Before she was one, Lacey and her family moved to her mother’s hometown of Everett, WA. where she lived out her entire life.

Lacey was a sweet, quiet soul who loved swimming, gymnastics, dance, and piano. She was an outstanding student, currently a Senior, attending Running Start at Cascadia Community College through Glacier Peak High School. Her career goal was to be a first-grade teacher where she felt she could make the biggest impact on children. Lacey’s ultimate love, though, was of animals. Her all-time favorite moments were spent with her beloved animals she’d had since early childhood and her newly acquired kitty, Belle.

Lacey was also filled with compassion, always advocating for those less fortunate than her, and befriending those with special challenges in life. She was particular in her friendships, always ensuring like mindedness and empathic ability in those with whom she surrounded herself. Lacey will be terribly missed by those who knew and loved her.

Lacey was proceeded in death by her maternal Grandmother, Rosaleen Rowe, paternal Grandmother Mary Drapier, and paternal Grandfather, Glenn Sattler. She is survived by her parents, Michael Sattler and Deanna Sattler, both of Everett, WA.; her Grandparents Joe and Sheri Rowe of Anacortes, WA.; her Auntie Angie Rowe of Seattle, WA; Uncle Bob Rowe of Elk Grove, CA; Aunt Tera Wren of Marysville, WA; Uncle Jerry Sattler of Spokane, WA; Aunt Cindy Stenhouse of Canada; Aunt Julie Peloquin of Canada; Aunt Desiree Sattler (Brian) of Vancouver, B.C.; Aunt Marcie Sattler-Smith (Kelly) of Calgary, AB; and a host of other relatives and friends.

Services for Lacey will be held at Floral Hills at 409 Filbert Road, Lynnwood WA 98036 on Saturday, November 17th, 2018 at 11:00am.

In lieu of flowers, please consider making donations to EvergreenHealth Hospice at under Designation ‘Hospice Services’. This is an organization full of living angels!

Rest in peace, sweet girl. We will love you forever!


  • Memorial Service Saturday, November 17, 2018
  • Reception Saturday, November 17, 2018

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Sandy Rogers

November 17, 2018

Deanna and family,

Our hearts ache with you for the loss of Lacey. She was a kind, gentle soul and will be greatly missed. We have fond memories of Lacey from the trips we took to Silverwood when the kids were younger. One of my favorite memories is listening to the giggles coming from the back of the van at the end of the day as Lacey and Brenden had a playful fight using the stuffed animals they had won at the park. She was a kind, sweet girl and we all enjoyed the time spent together on those trips.

You have so much to be proud of in Lacey’s life. I have no doubt that the love, support, and upbringing she had from home helped her to become the strong, compassionate young woman that she was. I deeply admire the way she remained hopeful, focused on her academic goals, and always thought of others despite her constant struggle with her own health. She was an inspiration to those around her and we are better for just having known her.

We are holding you and your family close in our thoughts and please know we are here for you always.

The Rogers Family

Janet Safstrom

November 16, 2018

Dear family and friends of Lacey Sattler,
I was Lacey's third grade teacher in 2008-2009 at Seattle Hill Elementary. I remember Lacey as my sweet and caring student. She was soft spoken and always did her best in school. Then when Lacey was in 7th and 8th grade, she volunteered to come back to my classroom after school, as part of earning service hours when she was in middle school. It was so great that she wanted to come back to my class and help me grade papers and help in my classroom. I remember her sweet smile and kindness to me. May you all be comforted as you remember Lacey's gentleness. I am praying for you all as you grieve her loss. With love and prayers,
Mrs. Janet Safstrom, Seattle Hill Elementaray

Martin Wild

November 6, 2018

Deanna and family,

My family and I mourn the loss of Lacey along with you. She was a bright star in the world. I always loved listening to Deanna share about Lacey as she was growing up. Deanna always talked of Lacey and how she loved her pets and of her compassion for others. She was a kind soul that I know will be missed by all she touched. I still recall the times she made cookies for Deanna to bring into the office to share with our team even though food was the thing that caused her so much pain and frustration. Again, a selfless soul. God bless you Lacey and may He look after your mom and your family in the time ahead.

God bless,
Martin Wild and family