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Rebecca "Becky" M. (Belfry) Sadler

January 7, 1958 — November 3, 2016

Rebecca M. “Becky” Sadler, age 58, of Wetmore, died Thursday, November 3, 2016, surrounded by her loving family at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Appleton, Wisconsin. She was born on January 7, 1958 in Munising to Ted and Charlene (Freeland) Belfry.  Becky graduated from Wm. G. Mather High School in 1976.  She then earned her Registered Nurse degree from Bay College.  Her career included working as an R.N. for LMAS Home Health, the Department of Corrections at Alger Max, Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, and then for the V.A. Hospital.  Becky was honored to care for the Vets.  Becky married Pat Sadler on September 18, 1989 in San Antonio, Texas.  She was a mother of two and Pat a father of three when they were married.  Becky quickly and beautifully molded their family into one loving unit.  She exemplified unconditional love to all of her children.  Becky and Pat supported their kids in all of their activities.  Becky taught them to appreciate nature and the outdoors.  She enjoyed sunsets on the beach, kayaking, photography, feeding the birds, four wheeling and hiking to all of the beautiful places in our area.  Becky shot her first deer with her dad and followed up with a couple of ten pointers throughout the years.  She loved spending time and holidays with Pat and family on Driggs Lake.  They would start the season with a spring “break in” party and trail blazed with trucks to break through the snow.  Becky made sure that the Labor Day Kickball tournament, deer camp, and Thanksgiving memories were all recorded in the camps journal.  Every place Becky went became beautiful.  She was not afraid to get dirty; her gardening and landscaping talents were amazing and she shared them with everyone.    She was a creative and crafty artist with nature and an extremely talented woman.   Becky was a wonderful cook, but never used a recipe, so her delicious meals were never duplicated.  She enjoyed working out, spending time with family and friends, and would never be found sitting idle.  She was an exceptional and precious woman and touched the people that she met and knew.

She is survived by her loving husband and best friend – Pat Sadler of Wetmore; their children – Michael (Tara) Sadler of Marquette, Paul (Liane Sadak) Sadler of Munising, Nathan (Casey) Wallner of Eugene, OR, Melissa (Joe Stangel) Sadler of Three Rivers, MI, and Chelsea Wallner of Marquette; grandchildren – Trent, Ty, Nova, and Jameson Nathan; her mom – Charlene Belfry of Munising; her sisters who were her first friends – Donna Kolbus, Roxanne (Doug) Peters, Teddi Belfry, Patty Belfry, and Susie Belfry; mother-in-law – Peggy Sadler; brothers and sisters-in-law – Cindy (Tom) Killips, Don Sadler, Ron (Julie) Sadler, Chris (JoAnn) Sadler, and Shawn (Traci) Sadler; numerous nieces, nephews, and friends.  Becky was preceded in death by her dad Ted Belfry, grandmothers Evelyn Belfry and Veda Sadler, father-in-law Mike Sadler, nephew Michael Kolbus, and her camp buddy Uncle Don Sadler.

Services will be held at the Bowerman Funeral Home on Tuesday, November 8, 2016.  Visiting time with family and friends will be from 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.  At 6:00 p.m. there will be time for family and friends to share stories and memories of the way Becky touched their lives.

Memorials in Becky's name may be made to the Eric Beverly Family Foundation.


Charitable donations may be made to:

Eric Beverly Family Foundation
4279 Roswell Road - Suite 208-350, Roswell GA 30342
Web: http://www.beverlyfamilyfoundation.org


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