© Stufflebean~Coffey Funeral Home
Pauls Valley, Oklahoma
February 15, 2011
Malcolm Leland Madison, of Pauls Valley was born July 12, 1950 in Chickasha, Oklahoma to Malcolm Lloyd Madison and Floy [Douthit] Madison.
He passed away February 15, 2011 in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma at the age of 60 years. Malcolm served in the U.S. Marine Corp and was a veteran of the Viet Nam era. He was a remanufacturing technician for Fred Jones Ford in Oklahoma City. He moved to Pauls Valley about 8 years ago from Paoli.
Surviving family include his parents, Malcolm Lloyd & Floy Madison, of Pauls Valley; 3 children, Angela Fang, of Texas; Debra Landrum, of Seminole; and Malcolm Leland Madison, II, of Amarillo, Texas; 2 step children, B. J. Spurgeon, of Shawnee; and Rodney Smith, 2 sisters, Betty Smith, of Pauls Valley; and Floetta Vaughn, of Purcell; and 10 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Thursday, February 17, 2011 at 2:00 pm at the Stufflebean Chapel of Remembrance officiated by Sam Vaughn.
Interment will be at the Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Interment and professional services are under the direction of Stufflebean-Coffey Funeral Home.
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