Shirley A. Badia

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On Wednesday, May 19, 2021, Shirley Badia, (lovingly known as "GT"), a loving wife, mother, sister, sister in-law, grandmother, and great-grandmother passed away peacefully in her sleep. Shirley studied journalism at the University of Wisconsin where she met the love of her life, the late Dan Badia. They were happily married for 59 years. Shirley was a strong force for everyone who knew her. She and her husband started a successful pharmaceutical company, now known as XGen, all while being a loving mother to 8 beautiful children. Shirley loved to watch Jeopardy every weeknight, adored music, and loved spending time with her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. She also was a big lover of nature and enjoyed a scotch and soda while relaxing in her backyard with her husband and family. Shirley was a strong woman who touched the lives of all of who knew her, and leaves a powerful legacy beginning with her children, James Badia, M.D. (France), Barbara Williams (Dean), Lawrence Badia MSG U.S. Army Ret. (Hye Chong), Thomas Badia (Becky), Michael Badia Esq. (Karen), Catherine Liles (Rob), Susan Badia Esq., and Laura Badia (1966-1969), her 12 grandchildren, Danny (Emily), Erik (Colleen), Ben (Lynsi), Joe (Jessica), Mike (Amy), Anthony, Lauren (Tyler), Jacob, Jared (Allison), Jordan (Kori), Andrew, and Isabella, 11 great grandchildren with 2 more due this year as well as her brother Steven Harmening and many nieces and nephews. Her family thanks Peggy V. and Hospice of East Northport for their loving care and all those who helped her maintain her grace and dignity till God called her home.

Visiting Nolan Funeral Home, 5 Laurel Ave, Northport, Sunday, 2-5 PM. Funeral service Monday, 10 AM at the funeral home. Interment to follow at St. Philip Neri Cemetery.