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Francis J. Madison III Obituary
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July 21, 2018

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January 1, 2017
Mr. Madison was an incredible, kind, genuine, and amazing man, if it wasn't for him, I wouldn't have thrived in the classroom, and in Cross Country & Track all of these years, and wouldn't have become the person I am today in anything I do. He truly changed my life for the better in a multitude of ways. Coach Madison was incredibly accepting, no one would be nervous to approach him, and he would never hesitate to help his students and those he coached in any way that he could when they needed it the most. There was never a "one size fits all," with him. No matter how fast or slow someone was, how young or old, boy or girl, distance runner or sprinter, visual learner or not, Coach Madison always found a way to help everyone, even if it took a long time, he always stayed true to his word and ultimately helped to coach and teach some of the most amazing and successful athletes and students in the history of Cherry Hill West. In all the times that I was injured during my running career for Cherry Hill West, Coach Madison served as my main support and springboard for getting me back on my feet, and always giving me another reason never to give up. Coach was also one of the most joking, personable, and kind people that anyone could ever meet. Even when we were working hard, and any kind of assignment or workout we were doing in the classroom or at practice seemed boring or not interesting, he would use humor to make us laugh until we would cry and motivate us to keep pushing on. It feels like a deep void has taken a place in my heart since his passing, but ultimately Mr. Madison will always be in my heart, through my four years at Cherry Hill West, he will always serve as one of the main factors in my success. He meant the world to my family and I, and I couldn't be more grateful for having the opportunity to have him as a teacher, a coach, and most importantly a friend all of these years. In addition, I want to thank his wonderful family for giving the entire West community some of the best years of our lives by raising such an amazing, talented, smart, genuine, kind, jack of all trades man who truly brought out the best in all of us. The Cherry Hill West Community is at a massive loss of a great man, he was taken far too soon, but God will always take the best. Thank you Mr. Madison for everything, we will continue to celebrate the happiness you brought us, and the wonderful life that you lived, and you will continue to live on in mine and my family's hearts forever. Rest in Peace
December 31, 2016
Dear Madison Family,

We are so sorry to hear of Frank's passing. His high five's at the Flyer's games will be greatly missed.

You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Tom and Kathy Mannino
December 30, 2016
Our condolences on the passing of Frank. My daughter was in his Math class, and also on the track team. You are in our prayers and thoughts at this difficult time. May he RIP!
December 30, 2016
So sad to hear this. After seeing Frank and Mrs Madison only 2 weeks ago I am grateful that Frank demanded a hug and I was able to see him in his postive upbeat way. Glad to have memories of painting that huge fence on Johnson Road and of digging the sand volleyball court in my parents backyard. Much Love to the Madison family.