Terry Badger Obituary, Death Cause – The members of Post 210 are inconsolable for the Badger family. TB3 was an intense competitor who had a tremendous amount of passion for the game and for his teammates. Terry spent his time during the baseball seasons playing for the Fury, the Braves, the Nitro, and the teams representing his hometown of Covington. Even though we were never able to have
Terry play for one of our teams, some of his former teammates are currently playing for our 12U and 13U teams respectively. Stickers with the number 44 will be worn by our 13U squad as a way to memorialize TB3, his legacy, and his family. On March 6, 2023, at the age of thirteen, Terry Badger III was granted his angel wings. It was a shocking turn of events when an innocent youngster took his own life as a response to being bullied
and there are no words that can adequately explain the anguish that his family is experiencing at this time. We are unable to alleviate their suffering, but we can assist his family with the costs associated with the funeral and the other financial obligations they are currently facing. Those who knew Terry well were aware of his passion for the sport of baseball, for fishing and hunting, and for spending time with the people he cared about the most.
He was well-known for his warm and welcoming smile as well as his protective and caring demeanor. He was thoughtful, clever, and generous to a fault, and he was always on the lookout for new ways to make the people around him laugh. Terry was a wonderful member of the family in every capacity: son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin, and friend. As his parents, Robyn and Terry Badger II, prepare to say goodbye to their cherished son, we ask that you please consider making a donation. We would be really grateful for any assistance that you may possibly supply us with. In your prayers, please remember to keep Terry, his family, and anybody else who knew him in your thoughts.