frances mariemadden
Frances Marie Madden, 82, of Vincennes, IN gained her angel wings on August 24, 2020 with family at her side. She was born September 26, 1937 in Sumner, IL to Harlan and Ruby Brewer.She is survived by her son, Mark Madden and his wife Dina; 2 grandsons, Caleb and Colin Madden; 2 sisters, Nina Poland and Faith Allender of Bridgeport, and a special niece Jody Kristler of Linton, IN; many nieces and nephews.She was preceded in death by her parents; 4 brothers, Roy Brewer, Ray Brewer, and Rannie Brewer; 2 sisters, Ines Catterton and Lola Fox.Frances (Pat) owned and operated Pat’s Poodle Parlor for 53 years just recently retiring due to illness. Pat’s hobbies were fishing, her flowers, puzzles, and her fur baby Buddy Boy. Most of all she treasured her family and time spent with them.A private viewing and celebration of Pats life will be held at Goodwin-Sievers Funeral Home, 524 Broadway, Vincennes, IN In lieu of flowers, Pat requested donations to the Pet Port. On line memories may be shared with Pat’s family and friends at Her wishes were to be cremated and Goodwin-Sievers Funeral Home is honored to assist the Madden family with arrangements.

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  1. Pat was more than my groomer, she was such very special friend and will ways hold a special place in my heart… she is safe in God’s hands now. Pat you have no idea how much I will miss you and our laughing together about all the things I life has thrown our way!!

  2. I would like to extend my deepest sympathy and prayers to all the family. Pat was truly a wonderful kind hearted lady. She will be missed by everyone whose lives she touched over the years including mine. She groomed several dogs I had several years ago and she did an outstanding job of making them and me feel at home every time I went there. It was a honor and privilege to have known her.May GOD bless.

  3. My condolences go out to Pat’s family. Mark & Dina , hoping you find peace at this sad time in your lives. She was a strong, hard working & was her own person. May she RIP Hugs & prayers to all.

  4. Always enjoyed visiting with Pat while she cut our dogs’ hair over the years. She always mentioned her beloved son and his family whom she was so proud, her favorite fishing hobby and her beloved pets. She was a shining light in the community who will be sadly missed.

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