Chino High School Alumni

Chino, California (CA)

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Adair Satterfield

Adair Satterfield

Class of 1973

Adair Saterfield was a humble man with a high calling, born and raised in Chino, CA and graduated from Chino High School in 1973. He got his BS degree in physical education from Cal Poly Pomona. He began his career teaching at Don Lugo High School. He soon became a teaching vice-principal at Ramona Jr. High. He coached football at Don Lugo for 17 years. He became a Vice Principal at Magnolia Jr. High. and was named Principal for the brand new Woodcrest Jr. High in 1992. He later became Assistant Principal at Chino High and ended in career as a Director of Child Welfare and Attendance at the District office his last year. During his last year and a half Adair began teaching again as a professor at Azusa Pacific University and pursuing his Doctorate in Education. He was all about learning new things and improving the status quo so that he might be able to serve more people efficiently. He had a zest for Life which was evident with his big smile and laugh.He had high standards and ideals. He never got anything he didn't work for.
. He passed on his knowledge as a leader, role model and mentor, inspiring, challenging, and motivating all who knew him. He always had an encouraging word that would give you confidence to tackle your situation head on. He would seek out students who needed a friend and gave them a safe refuge any time they needed. When you walked away from Adair you were changed. His biggest desire was to be a man of faith and integrrity. he sought God daily to equp him to carry out his daily mission of service. He truly wanted to make the world a better place, one individual at a time. He believed in Jesus Christ as his Saviour and daily source of wisdom and strength.

Adairs sister Caroline

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