Mr. Badertscher is born in Morrow, Ohio to Glen C. and Blanche Badertscher.
Mr. Badertscher receives a Bachelor of Science from Indiana State University.
Mr. Badertscher becomes a teacher at Rockville High School in Indiana.
Mr. Badertscher becomes a teacher at Medinah Elementary School in Illinois.
Mr. Badertscher receives a Master of Science in social science from Indiana State University.
Mr. Badertscher works at the library at Elgin Academy.
Mr. Badertscher becomes a teacher at Beachwood High School in Ohio.
Mr. Badertscher works at the Chicago Public Library.
Mr. Badertscher works as circulation and assistant reference librarian at the University of Chicago Law School.
Mr. Badertscher receives a Master of Library Science in library and information science from Rosary College (now Dominican University).
Mr. Badertscher serves as a librarian at Schiff Hardin Waite Dorschel & Britton in Chicago, Illinois.
Mr. Baderscher serves as a consultant for Urban Research Corporate in Chicago, Illinois.
Mr. Badertscher serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of Computer Law Service.
Mr. Badertscher works as executive librarian at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C.
Mr. Badertscher serves as a consultant for Herner & Co.
Mr. Bardertscher becomes director of the library at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy in New York, New York.
Mr. Badertscher becomes principal law librarian of the New York Supreme Court in New York, New York.
Mr. Badertscher serves as an award judge for the Technology Managers Forum.
Mr. Badertscher receives the Special Merit Award from the New York Supreme Court of the New York State Unified Court System.
Mr. Badertscher is appointed a member of the Board of Directors of the Fellowship Foundation.