Woodlawn Funeral Home

2310 Clearbrook Road, Abbotsford, BC


Madison Paris Chaney

April 20, 1992August 2, 2019

Madison Paris Chaney was born on April 20, 1992 and passed away on August 2, 2019.


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Madison Paris Chaney

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Heath Kathrens

August 12, 2019

Maddy/Poppy you will be sorely missed. You had so much passion, energy, and love that would flow out of you and help others. You brightened so many people's day with your laughter and charisma. It was an honour to have known you. I know wherever you are its a better place with you there. You will always be a part of me and own a spot in my heart, soul, and mind.

Your friend always Heath

Jeremy Leighton

August 9, 2019

Dear maddy

I dont know where to begin or where to start but I still can't believe your gone. You were such a beautiful soul and it hurts my heart to see you gone. I met you in highschool and we had soo many good memories together. You were really close with me and my sister. I remember so many late nights together. You were always so full of energy and life. You were the life of the party and everyone loved being around you. I hope you are in a better place now with loved ones. I will always remember you and cherish our memories together. Until we meet again old friend.
Sending my love to you and your family god bless you all <3

Taryn Carlson

August 9, 2019

Maddy.. I want to thank you. It's been awhile since we've hung out. But when we met 5 or 6 years ago now I was I'm a very dark part of my life, but you made me smile and laugh like I haven't been able to for a long time. I was very depressed and you made me see the good in life, you made me feel like I belonged, thank you for being you. I'm so sorry we lost touch and I wasnt there for you when you needed it most. I'll never forget your warm loving soul. Rest in paradise maddy, you've made a difference I so many peoples lives.

Stephanie Hopkins

August 8, 2019

Maddy I can't believe this...I am so sad. I remember so many good times, tears and laughs together. We were both early in our recovery journeys and you helped me find my way. You were such a huge support to me after Dustin died. I remember we went down to the mission handing out coffees to the homeless to try to distract my mind from the sadness. You were one of the only people who just let me cry and feel what I needed to without any discomfort. Hell you even cried with me and I didn't feel alone!

You always made me smile, usually belly aching laughing from whatever came out of your mouth. You definitely had a way with words. I'm sorry we lost touch when you moved back to Vancouver. It is hard to process what has happened. I miss you and am holding your family in my heart. I hope they know that your life made a positive difference in mine. See you on the other side my friend (aka "Johnny boy" :P) <3