Madge Lee Troxel

madge troxel
Madge Lee Thomas Troxel – 81, of West Nashville, passed away Friday, January 21, 2022, at Alive Hospice Residence after an extended illness. She was born at home on October 19, 1940, in Nashville, TN and was a longtime native of West Nashville. She is preceded in death by her parents, Jesse & Bonnie Thomas; her husband, Albert Troxel, who passed away in July of 2000; her siblings; and her son, Wayne Dotson. She is survived by sons, Eddie Dotson and Donnie Dotson Lowrey, several grandchildren and great grandchildren. Madge was known for her spunky personality and was very quick witted. You always knew where you stood with her, and if you didn’t, she would let you know. A Graveside Service to celebrate her life will be held on Friday, January 28, 2022, at 2:00PM, at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens (Sermon on the Mount). Her family and friends will serve as pallbearers. A time of visitation will be held on Friday before the graveside service at James Avenue Church of Christ (613 James Avenue in West Nashville) on Friday from 10:00AM until 1:00PM.

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  1. Madge you was a great friend you were always there for me you will definitely be missed I will always love you! I know that you are up there now giving Phillip and Wayne a mouth full keep them straight up there my friend R.I.P.

  2. You will be missed but always love ❤️ by so many but I know that Keith , Wayne and Reba donna and Buck. And so many others Will be waiting for you at those beautiful golden arches to welcome you with hugs and love 💕 RIP BEAUTIFUL

  3. Eddie, Donnie, and Cindy Cheeves may you all be blessed. Aunt Madge was a special lady, fun, and full of laughter. She was a great friend and sister to our mother. She worked hard all of her life to help others in her own special way.

  4. I got the pleasure to meet Madge over 20 years ago. She was so kind to me over the years and would call to check up on me quite often. I will miss our conversations. I am honored to assisting your family with your Celebration of Life service. Rest High Madge- Your friend, Michael Owner/Compassion Funeral & Cremation

  5. I will always remember Madge as someone who enjoyed life and loved to laugh. She always had a smile to cheer you up. She and Albert were dear friends to my mama, (Joy), and daddy, (Bud). Prayers for the family. RIP Madge. Kathy Hendrickson, (Anderson)

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