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William Carl "Bill" Madauss

Evansville, Indiana

Age 74

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William "Bill" Carl MadaussDr. William Madauss (74) passed away on June 7, 2020 at his home in Superior, Colorado. A private memorial service will be held at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens, Good Shepherd Mausoleum in Fishers, Indiana at a later date. Bill was born in Louisville, Kentucky to Henry...

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Bill was a close friend of mine at Bellarmine University. We double dated many times. He was always fun-loving and considerate.
May God take him into his bosom. May you always have fond memories of Bill. So sorry for your loss.

It was my extreme pleasure to have worked with Bill in the two years he served as Chief Resident at UKMC in the late '70's. I was the staff Neuroradiologist at UKMC during that ear. Always extremely inventive and imaginative, he would get his patients on the radiology schedule by clever subterfuge i.e. adding bogus names on the schedule like Harvey Cushing and other famous Neurosurgeons so he would cancel those names and add on a real patient to avoid the incessant wrangling. He couls ALWAYS...

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I was Bill's first cousin on his mother's side, and while we didn't keep in regular contact, I always admired him and his many accomplishments. He will be missed.

He was one of the kindest, ablest doctors I've met. I worked in ICU where he had patients and always respected and admired him and his skills and wonderful personality. If there were more like him in this world, it would be a much better place. We lost a good soul.

It was an honor to work with Dr. Madauss. He taught me so much! I tell UK Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Residents about him often. He was about academic medicine and a great teacher! Thank You Doctor!, was one if his phrases. Thank You Dr. Madauss!

Steven R. Tucker, D.M.D.
Assistant Professor, Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
University of Kentucky

It was an honor to work with Dr. Madauss. He thought me so much! I tell UK Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Residents about him often. He was about academic medicine and a great teacher! Thank You Doctor!, was one if his phrases. Thank You Dr. Madauss!

Steven R. Tucker, D.M.D.
Assistant Professor, Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
University of Kentucky

God's peace to the family and friends of William Madauss.

Rev. Robert Burton, former Chaplain at Ball Memorial Hospital