- November 30, 1961 - January 26, 2013
- Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
of Alston's Passing
- In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial gifts be sent to either of the following charities which were chosen by Alston's sons.
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I did not know Mr. Badger, he was the prosecutor on my husbands case many years ago. I just wanted to give the family my condolences and may he rest in peace.
Posted by: Maria Tavarez - NJ May 06, 2014
College of Charleston... Decades ago... But Alton stood out as always so genuine and kind. thinking of the whole family And esp. You Mimi.. Laura..
Posted by: Laura Crowder Peace - Greenville, SC Mar 31, 2013
Through a grood friend in South Carolina we found out today of Alston Badger's death and we are deeply saddened by this tragic news. We met back in 2004 when he acted as the prosecutor in an unusual case where our lives had been under threat. His superb professionalism and skillful handling of the case ensured justice and our ongoing safety. He was also kind, calm and just a great person to have 'on our side'. We are forever grateful to him.
Our deepest sympathy to his wife and family.
Pavlo Milinevskyy and Jane Elliot
Posted by: Jane Elliot Feb 24, 2013
We are so very saddened to hear the news of Alston's passing. He was Doug's mock trial partner and soccer teammate in law school--talented in both, as well as a lovely young man. I remember his apartment and a framed picture of him with his sisters laughing and trying to stay balanced in a pyramid. We have nothing but very fond memories of Alston and are thankful we had the privilege of knowing this fine man. Our prayers of comfort are with you during this very difficult transition.
Doug and Cammie Churdar
Posted by: - greenville, SC Feb 16, 2013
Hayward and family, My prayers go out to you and your family for the loss of your uncle. His memory will live on in all the lives he touched. RIP.
Posted by: Anne Rainwater - James Island, SC Feb 13, 2013
My thoughts and prayers are with the entire Badger family. I have great memories of camping with my father, Alston and his father as a child. I have many fond memories from riding the P-G bus and of Alston's patience and kindness as well. We will miss him.
Posted by: William D. Anderson, III - Charleston, SC Feb 04, 2013
Rest in Paradise
Posted by: - SC Feb 04, 2013
Alston and I were both among the James Islanders at Porter-Gaud, and we were on the same bus route until we both got our licenses. As we gained passenger seniority (by dint of age and grade) over the years, Alston and I took turns each week taking the front passenger seat, an informal but universally acknowledged perk of our advanced status. He was very fair that way, and considerate, a virtue I got to experience again when, after years away
Posted by: John Sanders - Boston, MA - Classmate at Porter-Gaud Feb 04, 2013
Dear Badger Family,
I'm very saddened to hear of your loss. I remember Alston from our days at P-G. I hope the knowledge that he was loved and admired by so many people brings you some comfort in this difficult time. May he rest in peace.
Tim Pittman, P-G '81
Posted by: Tim Pittman - Chevy Chase, MD - PG schoolmate Feb 03, 2013
Dear Mrs. Badger, I knew Alston at the CofC when he played soccer. I used to play volleyball and basketball at the College and I remember that all the sports were closely knit groups of people who supported each other immensely. We always went out and cheered for Alston and the rest of the soccer team and he showed up to watch us play as well. I was thrilled when he gave the speech during my Hall of Fame Induction
Posted by: Carmen Foster - Knoxville, TN Feb 03, 2013