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Maureen E. Badlam

Badlam, Maureen

Funeral services for Maureen E. Badlam, age 72, of 512 Main Street,
Ogdensburg will be held on Monday,
November 10, 2008 at 3:00
p.m. at Frary Funeral Home with Rev. F. James Shurtleff
officiating.  Burial will be in Pine Hill
Cemetery.  Calling hours will be held at the funeral home
from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.  Mrs. Badlam passed away on Friday, November 7, 2008 at
the Emergency Room at Claxton
Hepburn Medical
Center.

Mrs. Badlam is survived by four daughters, Karen Mallory and
her husband, Eric, of Ogdensburg, Heather Badlam, and her companion, Janet
Skelly, of Ogdensburg, Heidi Knowlton and her husband, William, of Heuvelton; Holly
Simmons, and her husband, Wayne, of Ogdensburg; her mother, Evelyn Kinch of
Ogdensburg; five sisters, Lois Brenno and her husband, Frederick, of Florida,
Donna Heller of Ogdensburg, Bonnie LaRose and her husband, Neil, of Sackets
Harbor, Nancy Bell and her husband, Ronald, of Ogdensburg, Dixie Kinch of
Oswego; six brothers, Frederick Kinch and his wife, Cynthia, of Ogdensburg,
Daniel Kinch and his wife, Darlene, of Ogdensburg, Timothy Kinch and his wife,
Sonya, of Ogdensburg, Robert Kinch and his wife, Doxie, of Ogdensburg, NY,
David Kinch and his wife, Marilyn, of Ogdensburg, NY; and Bernard Kinch of
Ogdensburg; five grandchildren and two step grandchildren.  She is predeceased by her twin sister, Arleen
Siddon, her sister, Elizabeth Hutt, and her sister, Karen Groulx;

Mrs. Badlam was born in Ogdensburg on October 30, 1936, the daughter of
Frederick and Evelyn Woods Kinch.  She
attended local schools.  She married
Richard Badlam on October 10, 1969 at Notre Dame Church.  Mr. Badlam died on November 1, 1993.  Mrs. Badlam worked at Hepburn Hospital
for over 20 years as a CNA.  She was a life member of the Moose.

Her hobbies were cooking, bingo, shopping and spending time
with her grandchildren.

Donations may be made to the Heuvelton Fire Department.

19 Condolences

  • Barbara Bartle & Kendra McElhone Posted November 9, 2008 1:43 AM

    So sorry. But now her and Riggie are up in heaven catching up and feeding the ducks with Grandpa Jack. We love you!!
    love, Barbara & Kendra

  • heather Posted November 9, 2008 7:54 AM

    Mommy, i love you !!! we will be togeather again soon…. Country rides and deer watching!!!

    love, Heather

  • Jack & Carmen Downing Posted November 9, 2008 4:54 PM

    Although no words can really help to ease the loss you bear, just know that you are very close in every thought and prayer.
    Our deepest condolences,
    Jack & Carmen Downing

  • Cindi Corbine Posted November 9, 2008 8:09 PM

    I’m so sorry for your loss. I know how much you loved your mother and how much she loved all of you. You have so many wonderful memories of her, keep them close in your heart. I’m positive she will be watching over all of you.
    Cindi Corbine,LPN
    United Helpers NH

  • Lois Bresett Posted November 9, 2008 10:19 PM

    #5
    For the family of Maureen Badlam.

    I am very sorry for your loss.

    My thoughts and prayers aare with you.

    God Bless Lois

  • Debbie Durham-Towsley Posted November 9, 2008 11:50 PM

    Sue,Heather,Heidi,Holly,I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your Mom and I know you will all miss her very much.She was a good mom and Grandma, I will miss you Aunt Maureen and I love you always,

    Love your neice,Debbie

    xo

  • Penny Sharrow Posted November 10, 2008 1:14 AM

    To the Badlam Girls and families,the rest of the Badlam and Kinch families-

    My sincere sympathy in regards to your loss — may you cherish the memories and always remember her smiling. We understand.

    Penny S.

  • Cathy Corrice Posted November 10, 2008 4:21 AM

    You are all in my thoughts and prayers.I worked with Mo for many years and had the greatest respect for her.I know how much she loved you all.She was a great person to have for a friend.She was fun(you never knew what to expect) and no matter how busy the night it passed quckly.She was a great woman with a LARGE heart and would have given you the shirt of her back if you needed it.
    Cathy C.

  • Karen Posted November 10, 2008 6:57 AM

    “I’ll ALWAYS LOVE MY MAMMA”
    Mom you & I were more honest than two people can be–
    In front of You I could always just be me.
    When I was very young you then seemed to be so very old–
    I always had to listen to what I was being told.
    But now that I am older, I finally really do understand, what you had to say to make me what I am today.
    I want you to know how lucky I really feel–
    that what we have has been so very real.
    All the memories of our “Wonderful Life” that we’ve had together–
    Will always be in my heart and will last me forever.
    It will see me through my future–
    As a cherished treasure.
    I Love You Mom,
    You Daughter KarenXXOO

  • Karen Posted November 10, 2008 1:09 PM

    “I’ll ALWAYS LOVE MY MOMMA”
    Mom you & I were more honest than two people can be–
    In front of You I could always just be me.
    When I was very young you then seemed to be so very old–
    I always had to listen to what I was being told.
    But now that I am older, I finally really do understand, what you had to say to make me what I am today.
    I want you to know how lucky I really feel–
    that what we have has been so very real.
    All the memories of our “Wonderful Life” that we’ve had together–
    Will always be in my heart and will last me forever.
    It will see me through my future–
    As a cherished treasure.
    I Love You Mom,
    You Daughter KarenXXOO

  • Heidi Posted November 10, 2008 1:31 PM

    Everything Mom

    How did you find the energy, Mom
    To do all the things you did,
    To be teacher, nurse and counselor
    To me, when I was a kid.

    How did you do it all, Mom,
    Be a chauffeur, cook and friend,
    Yet find time to be a playmate,
    I just can’t comprehend.

    I see now it was love, Mom
    That made you come whenever I’d call,
    Your inexhaustible love, Mom
    And I thank you for it all.

    I Love you, Heidi

  • Staff from United Helpers NH Posted November 10, 2008 4:14 PM

    Our thoughts are with all of your family. Your Mom was a wonderful lady.
    Bob Lesperance and the Staff of UHNH

  • Steve V. And Family Posted November 10, 2008 6:06 PM

    Our hearts and our prayers go out to you all. Your mom was a sweetheart, always had a kind word for me, and I will never forget her for that, and will miss her, as we all will. She will always be in our thoughts and our hearts.

  • Ann Loffler and Justin Spooner Posted November 10, 2008 9:35 PM

    To Maureen’s Family our hearts go out to you all. Please accept our deepest sympathies at the passing our your mom. There is no greater love than that of a mom. She will always be with you in spirit.

  • marilyn silmser Posted November 10, 2008 10:10 PM

    I AM SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS,I worked with moe and took care of her several times at hospital and she always always made me laugh,she was a very special lady and will cont. to make people laugh in heaven.

  • G. Terry Giles Posted November 10, 2008 10:30 PM

    I just heard today of the passing of Maureen. It has been many years since I saw her but I will always remember her laugh and jokes she played on my mother, Bernice. I express my deepest sympathy at the loss of your daughter,
    Ev, and mother. Terry from
    Viera, Florida

  • Rachel Sickler Posted November 11, 2008 1:45 AM

    Heather, I’m so sorry to hear about your mother. I know how close you were and how you will miss her. My thoughts are with you and your family. Love, Rach

  • MICHELLE + DR. KERRIGAN Posted November 11, 2008 11:04 PM

    SO SORRY FOR YOU LOSS. MO WAS A WONDERFUL PERSON, WE ARE SO GLAD WE GOT TO KNOW HER AT OUR OFFICE, IT WAS ALWAYS A GREAT PLEASURE WHEN SHE CAME IN, AND WE COULD NEVER KNOW WHAT SHE WOULD BRING NEXT. HER SMILING FACE AND JOKING PERSONALITY HAS BEEN AND WILL TRULY BE MISSED. GOD BLESS!!

  • Dave and Sue Badlam and boys Posted November 13, 2008 12:10 AM

    Sorry for your loss guys,will always remember the times we saw both your parents out at the moose club and up to Doms.Your Dad would always be up to the shop fixing his old GMC or working on some project or another.Always remember their respect for each other and their togetherness. Dave Sue Marc and Kevin.

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