Wayne E. Badgley

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BADGLEY, Wayne E. "Badge"

Passed away April 24, 2011 in Spokane, WA his home Davenport, WA. He is survived by his wife Anna at the home; three children, Buck Badgley, Jenny Cate, John and Barb Badgley all of Davenport, WA; stepdaughter Katherine O'Brien of Spokane, WA; along with 11 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. He has one brother Dale and Marlene Badgley of Wilbur, WA; and two sisters Betty and Bill Fuzzell of Auburn, WA and Nyla and George Dewey of Eagle Point, AK along with numerous nieces and nephews. Wayne is preceded in death by his parents, wife Jeanne in 1994, granddaughter Hailey Brooke Badgley, great-granddaughter Brianna Marie Becker, two brothers Jim and Melvin, two sisters Helen Badgley and Shirley Webb. He was a 35-year member of the Davenport Fire Dept. and 24 years as Fire Chief, member of the WA State Firefighters Assoc., 19 years employee of the Lincoln County Road Dept., US Army Veteran and a 1955 Graduate of Davenport High School. Wayne enjoyed fishing, boating, cards and spending time at the family cabin on the Spokane River. He enjoyed remodeling both his home and cabin, but spending time with his family was what was most important to him. Memorial service, Friday, May 6, 2011 at 11:00 AM at the Chapel of Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA with Pastor Jim Stern, Officiating. Memorials may be made to Davenport Fire Dept., POB 267, Davenport, WA 99122 or to the Lincoln County Resource Center, POB 1130 Davenport, WA 99122. STRATE FUNERAL HOME, DAVENPORT, WA is caring for the family.

Published in Spokesman-Review from May 1 to May 2, 2011
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