In Memory Of
Earl and June Madison - Oklahoma City, OK

June Poindexter Madison was born on June 18, 1932. She grew up in Gage, Oklahoma, and graduated from Gage High School in 1950, and then continued her education at the University of Oklahoma. June gave her heart to Jesus when she was a young girl and loved serving Him through singing, giving, praying, ministering, greeting, volunteering, and serving in her church, Christian Women’s Group, Fashion Oklahoma, and other organizations. She loved reading the Bible and serving others.

Earl Crosier Madison, II was born on Nov. 23, 1932. He attended Oklahoma City public schools, graduating from Classen High School in 1950. He continued his education at the University of Oklahoma, interrupted by military service during the Korean War, and after being honorably discharged, he resumed studies at Oklahoma City University. Earl gave his heart to Jesus when he was 8 years old and loved serving Him through giving, ministering, singing, greeting, praying, volunteering, and serving. He loved reading and teaching the Bible and doing service projects. Earl was also an ordained lay pastor.

It was during college that Earl and June met and fell in love. They were blessed to be married for 66+ wonderful years. During those years, they did everything together. They raised a family together, built businesses and worked together, and never stopped serving the Lord together. They were givers and wanted to bless people in any way they could. They were prayer warriors and always had an encouraging word or a verse to share. They loved to be in the house of the Lord, serving and teaching and greeting.

June was welcomed into the loving arms of her dear Lord and Savior on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020. Not wanting to miss the party, Earl joined his bride in heaven just 13 days later on Monday, Nov. 2, 2020. They are once again together, now worshipping at the feet of Jesus.

They are survived by their son, Earl “Guy” Madison III and his wife, Jennifer; daughter, Jana Ratliff and her husband, Steve; and daughter, Julie Benear; along with 10 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

They left a beautiful legacy of love, children, and grandchildren who follow Christ, and countless lives that they impacted along the way. They will be truly missed, but we praise God for the hope we have in Christ, and we know that we will be reunited once again.

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