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Sally J. Badman
(January 27, 1938 - February 3, 2014)

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Sally J. Badman

Sally J. Badman, 76, of Onondaga Hill, our loving wife, mom and grandma, went in the blink of an eye to be with the Lord on Monday Feb. 3 at her home after battling COPD for many years. Born in Millersburg, PA to the late Ralph & Alfreda Heckert, she resided in Harrisburg where she was a seamstress at a dress factory before moving to Syracuse with her husband, John in 1964. Sally worked at McMillan Book Company in Syracuse prior to the birth of her children, but most of all she was a homemaker who lovingly looked after her family 24 hours a day and spent many a trip to PA with her grandkids. She was a member of the Syracuse Alliance Church. She was an avid Raggedy Ann and Andy collector and had quite a collection. Sally enjoyed being a snowbird, spending most of her winter’s in Florida with her husband, until the last few years due to her health. Lately she enjoyed sitting at the kitchen table watching and feeding the wild birds and squirrels at her feeders. She was the grandmother of the late Troy Badman and sister of the late Mary Reed, Ann Ferris, Joseph, Donald, and Charles Heckert. Surviving are her husband of 50 years, John D. Badman Sr.; her daughter, Joyce (Joe) Matt; her sons, John Jr. (Lisa) Badman, Jason (Mary Beth) Badman; her 10 grandchildren whom she adored, Jessica (Jeff) Holmes, Chuck (Jessica), Shelley, & Luke Matt, Clint, Colt, Cory & Cody Badman, and Sage & Violet Badman; her future great granddaughter, Baby Holmes; her sister, Gladys Davis of New Tripoli, PA; her brother, Kenneth; her beloved Scottish terrier, Aggie and many nieces and nephews. Private services were held Thursday morning at the Butler-Badman Funeral Home, Inc. with interment in Onondaga Valley Cemetery. Calling hours were also private. In her memory, since Sally enjoyed wildlife, we ask that you feed the wild birds or contribute to the Onondaga Hill Fire Dept.

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