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William Madden

William Bart Madden

Sunday, November 27th, 1949 - Saturday, January 23rd, 2021
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William Bart Madden, 71, of Clinton, Arkansas died peacefully January 23, 2021, in a place he loved and could call home. He was born November 27, 1949 in Bastrop, Louisiana to the late Samuel and Geneva Madden.

He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, Waymon Thurl Madden, and one sister, Patricia Ann Adams.

Bart had a good heart that not everyone could see. He was a friend that could stick closer than a brother and take a bullet for you if the situation needed. He loved riding horses, motorcycles, women, and firearms. If you didn’t like being told the way it was you might not always like to be around him. Bart served his country in the United States Marine Corps. He served in the Vietnam War where he was a member of a Recon team and fought proudly for his country. Unfortunately like many soldiers, Bart went to war, but the war never left. He was a recipient of the National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with 1 Star, Vietnam Campaign Medal with Device, and Rifleman Marksman Badge. Those that knew him, loved him and he is going to be missed.

His survivors include two sons; Samuel Madden, Jeffery Madden, Sr., grandchildren; Alicia Madden, Zoe Madden, Jacob Madden, Nichole Madden, Jeffery Madden Jr., great-grandchildren; Maia Madden, Nichole Madden, Alyssa Madden all of Virginia Beach, Virginia, one brother, Glenn Madden of Sterlington, Louisiana, and numerous other relatives and friends.
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Daniel Behrens

Posted at 10:23am
Rest in Paradise, Brother. Valhalla is yours. The warrior with the good heart.
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glen madden

Posted at 07:46pm
Brother I will miss you , You will forever be in my Heart, You are with Mother, Dad ,Sister and older Brother Now I know you are Happy , I Love you
Your Brother Glen
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