Alan A. Madison
Alan A. Madison, expired June 13, 2005 following a 5 month struggle with pancreatic cancer. Alan served as Principal of the 14 year old firm, Alan A. Madison Architects, Ltd. Alan was a member of the American Institute of Architects and was licensed in Illinois and Wisconsin. He also obtained a certificate from the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards allowing him to practice architecture nationwide. Mr. Madison was currently serving on the Illinois Architectural Licensing Board of the Dept. of Professional Regulation, Mayor Daley's Building Board of Appeals and The Board to Preserve Historic Chicago Bungalows. Alan served 3 terms as President of the Illinois Chapter of the National Association of Minority Architects. He is survied by his spouse, Michele Madison; daughter, Pamela Madison; one sister; three brothers and an aunt.
Published by Chicago Tribune on Jun. 19, 2005.
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Our (Campbell Tiu Campbell, Inc.)heartfelt condolences go out to the family. Alan was a great colleague and friend. I personally worked with Alan on the AIA-Chicago Board of Directors and on the NOMA board. Alan could always be counted on and he will be greatly missed.
Susan Campbell
July 11, 2005
Alan and I started and served together on the AIA Illinois Board. He was a great colleague and a wonderful, inspiring man who will be missed by us all.

My deepest condolences go out to you and your family.
Chris Chwedyk, AIA
June 26, 2005
Our deepest sympathy. Please know that Alan will be greatly missed and we join you in prayer.
Mansion View Development.
Millie Morales
June 21, 2005
Words can not truly express the sorrow I feel on hearing of Alan's passing. What a fine person he was, devoted to living a life of quiet enjoyment in his practice, his golf and most importantly, with his family.
It was a pleasure to know him and to consider him a friend.
Vernon Williams
June 21, 2005
Alan contributed a great deal to his profession. The number of architectural activities that he participated in was quite impressive. He was always enthusiastic about the practice of architecture. The Chicago architectural community will miss him.


Our sincerest condolences from Johnson & Lee, Ltd. Architects / Planners
Chris Lee
June 21, 2005
Our heartfelt deepest sympathy for the lost of a compassionate man.sincerely from a fellow architect
phillip craig johnson
June 21, 2005
Dear Michele & Pam,
My deepest sympathy on the passing of your beloved husband and father, Alan. There are no words, which will ease all your pain now. Please know I join you in prayer for all the comfort and healing God will and can provide. I will talk to you at a later date. Please feel free to call anytime.
Love you both,
DeLois
773-978-2566
DeLois Harris
June 20, 2005
Alan befrended us when we opened our practice. HIs advice and encouragement was always a shinning light when things looked dark. His determination to become an architect and the repect he showed for his profession should be an inspiration to all.

Melinda & Darryl
Melinda & Darryl
June 20, 2005
Dear Michele&Pamela, All Our Love! Les,Jorie&Michael
Leslie Johnson
June 19, 2005
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