DUSTIN JAMES "DUSTY" MADSEN
601 N. Elmwood Avenue
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Died: Sunday, November 9, 2003
Sioux Falls, SD
Age: 23 years, 7 months, 1 day
11:00 AM Friday, November 14, 2003
George Boom Funeral Home, Sioux Falls, SD
Reverend Phil Spencer, Officiating
Alisha Tomasek and Deana Bowers, Vocal Duet
"Go Rest High On That Mountain"
Katrina Warren, Violinist
Hills of Rest Memorial Park, Sioux Falls, SD
Jason Kirton ~ Brent Larson ~ David Madsen
Dick Neu ~ Randy Hecht ~ Donald Eastman
Jim Mace ~ Garrett Almond ~ Alisha Tomasek
Bryce Neu ~ Jeff Maines
Brooks Fiebelkorn ~ Cyndi Duplex
Dustin James "Dusty" Madsen, son of Janice Madsen, was born April 8, 1980 in Sioux Falls, SD. He grew up there and graduated from Washington High School in 1999. He then attended Southwest State University in Marshall, MN.
Dusty was active in Junior Sioux Wheelers Basketball for several years. He was also involved with the Children's Miracle Network.
Grateful for having shared his life are his mother, Janice Madsen Alderany and her husband, Feras, Sioux Falls, SD; a brother, Shane Madsen, Denver, CO; a twin sister, Michelle Robinson, Deland, FL; two aunts, Kathy Larson and her husband, Terry, Huron, SD, Betty Kelchen and her husband, Larry, Cedar Rapids, IA; four uncles, Leroy Madsen and his wife, Donna, Huron, SD, Kenny Madsen and his wife, Esther, Huron, SD, Donald Madsen and his wife, Donna, Fort Dodge, IA, Larry Madsen, Cedar Rapids, IA; three special friends, Bryce Neu, Sioux Falls, SD, Jeff Maines, Centerville, SD, Brooks Fiebelkorn, Beresford, SD; his godmother, Susan Caufield, of Washington; and a host of extended family and friends.
Dusty was preceded in death by two brothers, David Alan Madsen, Chad Michael Madsen; his grandparents, Henry and Violet Madsen; an aunt, Rose Price, and an uncle, Bobby Madsen.
Relatives and friends are invited to gather with the family for lunch and fellowship at George Boom Funeral Home following the committal service.
Born: December 31, 1969
Death: November 9, 2003
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George Boom Funeral Home