Cheryl Jane Badger

May 30, 1940May 4, 2011

Cheryl Jane Badger 70, went to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on May 4, 2011. Born in St. Paul, MN, she was the daughter of Arthur J. and Helen Page Knudsen.

Mrs. Badger was a certified medical assistant and enjoyed her final years as a cashier at Marsh grocery, retiring in 2004. She attended Heartland Church and Northside Baptist Church.

Cheryl is survived by her children Dawn (Dave) Scifres, Kenneth (Saundra), Scott (Kathy), Randy (Dawn), Matthew (Stephanie) Badger. She is also survived by grandchildren Randy Jr., Nathan, Nicole, Emily, Amber, Amanda, David, Laura, Daniel, Zach, Jacquelyn, Megan, Craig and Austin, great-grandchildren Trey and Linkin, sisters Jody Gettinger and Michele Arrandale, brothers Tom and Chris Knudsen, brother-in-law Joe (Sue) Badger and sister-in-law Sandy Welch, who will all miss her dearly. She was preceded in death by her husband Martin and her parents.

Memorial Service will be held Monday, May 9 at 10:00 am at Heartland Church, 9665 Hague Road, Fishers, IN, 46256. Memorial tributes may be offered at


  • Memorial Service Monday, May 9, 2011

Cheryl Jane Badger

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May 23, 2011

Cheryl was like a sister to me. In the past few years we had grown close. We talked on the phone at least every other week. I will miss that & hearing her voice. I miss her so much. I know that she is enjoying her stay in heaven & being reunited with her hubby & parents. Will always love you Cheryl & will always miss you. Love forever, Sandy

Dawn Scifres

May 18, 2011

words can not express the loss I still feel. I know you're in Heaven; but I'm still here. :( I wish we would have had more time to be together!!! I will always be thankful for your "giving to the Lord"
Love, your daughter Dawn

Randy Badger

May 10, 2011

Mom, you did a great job raising us and you always made sure that we knew we were loved. Thanks for the chocolate chip cookies, late night ice cream sandwiches, and all that microwave popcorn. But mostly I want to thank you for teaching me about Jesus Christ and knowing that when I die, I will go to heaven and see you again. I love you and I will always miss you!

Love Randy

Chris Knudsen

May 7, 2011

May 7, 2011
Cheryl was my "big sister"and I have very fond memories of her while she was still at home and of her many visits to Arizona. She bought a bicycle for me on my 10th birthday. It was so very special just as she was.
Her visit to Phoenix was so meaningful as we had spoken of the fact that that might be the last time all the siblings were prophetic.....we will all miss her dearly. Rest in Peace. We'll meet again!
Your little brother,

Thomas Knudsen

May 7, 2011

I will miss Cheryl but she is now in a better place.

Michele Arrandale

May 7, 2011

My dear sister Cheryl: It was just one week ago we enjoyed a week of time together in Phoenix although it was during our father's memoorial services. We had a great time and I'm so grateful we did. I'm going to miss you tremendously but know you are in Heaven where you've wanted to be. Love always, Your sis Mimi