BADGLEY, Roy Dennis

August 29, 1937 – December 5,2021
Long time resident of Prince Edward County, Roy Dennis Badgley, passed away at Belleville General Hospital on the fifth of December 2021. Roy was predeceased by his loving wife of 60 years. Patricia Rose (Ferguson) Badgley and infant daughter Julie Ann Badgley. Dear father of Micheal (Sherri) Badgley of Tweed, Deanna (Kenneth) Peacock of Cobourg, Paula (Brian) Scott of Campbellford, Angela (Richard) Marcotte of Belleville and Daniel (Teresa) Badgley of Picton. Cherished grandfather of 12 grandchildren, great grandfather of 29 grandchildren, and 2 great great grandchildren. Roy will be sadly missed by Jim Badgley of North Bay. Roy was predeceased by his parents, Violet Ann Badgley and father David Arthur Badgley of Bancroft. Also Nancy (Earl) Kruger of Bancroft, Dan (Julia) of Pembroke, Leiath Williams of Bancroft, Percy of British Columbia, and infants Evaline, Frank and Doris. Cremation has taken place with Milestone Cremation Services. Please join us in a Celebration of Life for Roy Dennis Badgley to be held at Elks Lodge in Picton, Prince Edward, ON, Canada on Sunday June 26, 2022 from 1:30pm to 3:30pm. Donations to Belleville General Hospital would be appreciated. Roy entered the Bombing and Gunnery School as part of the British Common Wealth Air Training School and graduated in 1956. After leaving the army, Roy was employed by Rollins and McFarland Construction in the 1970’s. Roy was given the job as a supervisor for the Anchorage of Belleville after completing his Civil Engineering at Loyalist College, Belleville. Ray was given projects from Rollins, like the Cullen Garden’s landscaping the grounds. For many years Roy worked laying sewage lines along the 401 from Pickering to Prescott. When it was time for a change, Roy started Rays’ Custom Cabinets of Picton. Many homes in the area have Rays’ kitchen cabinets and bathroom cabinets. Ray retired and joined the Crooked Arrow Archery Club, where Ray excelled in competitions for many years. Winning the all Ontario. We would like to thank the staff at the Belleville General Hospital for their care to our father during his short stay. Rays’ name has been added to the wall of remembrance. Any donations in his name would be greatly appreciated by the family.