Madison Marshall (8-23-16) service 8-29-16
Madison Grace Marshall, of Adamsville, was born on June 25, 2013, in Madison County, the daughter of Robert and Karren Browder Marshall.
Madison Grace or “Maddy Moo” as she was so affectionately known, loved balloons, Minnie Mouse, or as she called her “Minnie Bow-tique,” anything pink, and she really loved to slide. She was a lover of all animals, especially her friend’s chickens, and was believed to be a “dog whisperer.”
Precious Madison Grace left us on Tuesday, Aug. 23, at the tender age of 3 years, 1 month, and 29 days.
She is survived by her adoring parents, Robert and Karren Marshall of Adamsville; her sisters, Karlin Nicole Rose and her husband Brad of Decatur, Alabama, Kendra Michelle Slaughter, Taylor Brooke Marshall and Lilly Mae Marshall, all of Adamsville; brothers, Joshua Dylan Slaughter and Anthony Isaiah Marshall, both of Adamsville; grandparents, Billy and Donna Browder of Adamsville, Fay Stanfill of Savannah, Annette and Charlie Bickings or “Mimi and Pop-Pop” of Finger; and a host of aunts, uncles and cousins. She is also survived by her loving church family at Love and Truth in Adamsville.
Madison Grace was preceded in death by her grandfather, Roy Stanfill.
We may never understand why things like this happen, but we must simply trust God’s love. And although sorrow lasts for a night, joy comes in the morning. Thank you Lord for the blessing and honor of being Madison Grace’s parents. We will walk in the security of knowing we will see you again in heaven.
Services were held on Monday, Aug. 29, at 3 p.m., at Love and Truth Church in Savannah with Scott Melson and Jason Spencer officiating. Burial followed in Stantonville Cemetery at Stantonville, Tennessee.
Oh, Madison I love you so very much. I miss you, I miss you all, more than words would ever justify. My sweet Angel, your presence is still very much felt.-Gone but not forgotten-