Marilyn Joyce Brown Wolf Satala, born on August 7, 1950 entered the Spirit World on August 23, 2021. She was preceded in her journey to the Spirit World by her father, Rodney Brown Wolf; her mother Cherilyn Eagle Brown Wolf; her three younger sisters Delima Ann Brown Wolf, Gwendolen Rhoda Brown Wolf and Melodie Belinda Brown Wolf; and two younger brothers Quentin Gerald Brown Wolf, and infant brother Rodney Eldon Brown Wolf. She is survived by her younger brother William Omar Brown Wolf; her two children, Brittney Brown Wolf and Ferrin Brown Wolf; six nieces; and six nephews. The grandchildren she will be waiting for in the Spirit World are eleven grandsons; eight granddaughters; and six great grandchildren. She left her home on the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe reservation and studied to become an LPN. Her education eventually led her to the Hopi people of northeastern Arizona where met and married Taylor Satala. She was accepted by the Hopi people as one of their own, and from the Hopi people she has additional family that includes grandchildren, nieces & nephews, and in-laws. Throughout her life Marilyn has lovingly touched many lives and they all have the highest respect and love for her. She has become the role model for both her South Dakota and Arizona families and a reminder and example of what dedication to family and unconditional love for one another embodies. Her family and friends are stronger and blessed by the life she has lived.