Obituary of Susie Lee Madkin
Ms. Susie L. "Big Momma" Madkin, 73, went home to her Lord and Savior June 8, 2020. Visitation: 5 - 8 p.m. Friday, June 19, 2020 at Martin Thompson & Son, 6009 Wedgwood Dr., Fort Worth, TX 76133. Service: 11 a.m. Saturday, June 20, 2020 at Greenwood Mausoleum Independence Chapel, 3100 White Settlement Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76107. Her story begins in the West Texas town of San Angelo. It was Flag Day, the 14th day of June 1946 when Mr. Harry Lacy Sr. and Mrs. Ida B Lacy welcomed her arrival. Her given name was Susie Lee Lacy, but she later became known by many other names, such as, Susie Q, Slick, Bigs, but mostly she was known as Big Momma. She attended and received her formal education through the San Angelo Independent School District. She later met Leon Madkin, they fell in love, and married 11- 22-1965. The couple then relocated to the City of Fort Worth and moved to 5421 Hensley Dr., which became her home for 52 years. The Lord blessed their union with two beautiful daughters. Susie found her niche in the kitchen, and she loved to cook, and made her way through everyone's heart, through her delicious meals. She loved to entertain family and friends, and her home was the place to be for good food, fun, and fellowship. Susie was always the smallest in the room, but always the most feisty, she would definitely tell you what was on her mind. She was loved by all she had a heart of gold, and would do anything for anyone, that was just the Susie way of living. Susie spent 22 years as a master chef at the Ridglea Country Club, where she later retired. She loved her girls, her siblings, and all her grand and great grandchildren. Susie fought her fight and finished her race on Monday, June 8, 2020. While everyone was going about their day, the Lord set Susie free from the cares of this life. She was proceeded in death by; her husband, Leon Madkin; brothers, Charles Lacy, Willie Lacy, and Harry Lacy, Jr.; sisters, Josephine Overall and Melba Lacy. Survivors : Daughters, Leondrya Wilson, Kimberly Logan (Michael) and, Terri Lynn Lacy-Smith ( Tim); Brothers, Michael Lacy, Anthony Lacy (Leticia), and Ricky Lacy; sister, Patricia Lacy; grandchildren, Kemecia Madkin, Keondra Madkin, Kelsey Madkin, Jessica Dixon, Leon Ricard, and Kassidy Singleton; her great grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and dear friends.
Saturday, June 20, 2020
Greenwood Mausoleum Independence Chapel
3100 White Settlement Rd
Fort Worth, Texas, United States