OBITUARY

Madison Kae Stubbs-Lewis

June 7, 2005March 7, 2018
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Madison Kae Stubbs Lewis A Time To Born On Monday morning, June 7th, 2005, a beautiful brown eye baby girl, who only weighed 4lbs 1oz was born to the late Ken Lewis and Stacy Stubbs. They named her Madison Kae Stubbs Lewis, affectionally called Maddy by all who loved her. She was her mother’s only child and Stacy loved her unconditionally. Her Education Madison got her early education at Totland preschool where she was the prettiest one in the class. After leaving Totland preschool, she went to St. Ann’s Early Care School, Ginoko school and Genesis Academy. Madison also attended the Jubilee School of Dance, which was one of her favorite things to do, when she wasn’t singing she was dancing.

Who Madison Was From a young tender age, Maddy loved dressing up. She was a girly girl who loved fashion and always look pretty. Madison would spend hours looking at the mirror getting ready to go out. Maddy would put on her makeup and made sure her hair bands always matched her clothing. Even if Maddy stayed home, she had to look good. On occasions, she had more makeup than any one of the women in her life.She would go to the store to see her aunt, Catherine, who would give her little girl manicures and pedicures. Even at the age of one she would never get her nails/toes messed up she would look at her mom and say “mummy see”. Madison and Grammy would always have the talk about her lipsticks because Maddy would always find a use for them.

Madison was a very quiet child, sometimes too quiet. She would be in the car with her mom and if you didn’t look in the back you would have forgotten that she was there. She got the quietness from her mother and serious stare from her father.

Madison made friends with everyone she met. Every year for Madison’s birthday she would have a pool party where all her friends and their parents would attend. She was the life of the party. Madison and her best friend Rickey were like two peas in a pod or joined to the hip. You would of thought that they were twins.

One of the things that she loved to do was to travel, she just loved going to her favorite place, Disney World. She had talented hands. Maddy was an artist, she would draw for hours. She made her own four foot doll house out of card board box. Every time, Maddy was asked what art and craft project she made and she would start putting something together.

Her Sickness Early December, Madison and her mother were in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida when Madison had a pain in her stomach. She had to be rushed to Joe Dimaggio Children’s Hospital and then doctors found something was wrong with Maddy. At the time, Maddy's grandmother, Virginia Stubbs, was very ill at home in Nassau. Madison's mother, Stacy went into panic mode and called her big sister who came to be by their side. On December 15th, 2015 at the age of ten, Madison was diagnosed with cancer. Madison and her mom, Stacy, were able to come home to spend Christmas with the family then return to Florida for treatment. Even though Maddy was going through chemo, she would never complained. The doctors said what Maddy went through most adults can’t even do with a positive attitude and smiling.Over the last three years, Madison was a warrior. Madison has been an inspiration to everyone who has met her. Madison and her mother got haircuts because Stacy didn’t want Maddi to go through loosing her hair by herself, but Maddi embraced the bald look.

The doctor asked Madison if they can use a sample of her cancer to test in order treat other children her age in the future and Maddie she politely said yes. Madison was in the ICU in Nicklaus Miami Children’s Hospital since July of 2017 and through it all her mother never ever left her side. Stacy turned the hospital into a second home. Stacy never gave up hope that her baby Maddy was going to walk out of the hospital. Madison would call her mom and say, “mummy I love you more than pizza” and Stacy would reply “I love you more than chicken wings.” Maddi knew every nurse and doctor in that hospital, she made friends with everyone. Maddy was the disc jockey at the hospital to hanging out at the nursing station help them. She left an inedible impact on all the staff of doctors and nurses. Maddi was loved so much.

A Time to Die On March 7th, 2018 Madison had some complications and quietly slipped away from this world to one of laughter, beauty and no more pain.

Madison will be cherished and remembered by her loving mother: Stacy Stubbs; sisters: Keja and Najala Lewis; brothers: Ken Jr., Kentonio, Khaden and Kamrin Lewis; grandparents: Michael (Mike) Stubbs, Marcel and Benjamine Forbes, Wilbert Lewis; aunts: Catherine Penn Smith, Carla Fowler, Deborah Paul, Monique Lewis, Keva Beckman, Apostle Shantel Ferguson, Carla Fowler, Allison Wallace, Kimberly Arnett and Dedrie Hamilton (Pamela, Julian, Nadia Lewis ), Tessa Stubbs, Ms. Maxine Headlam; uncles: Mario Stubbs, Fred “Papa” Smith, Derick, Floyd, Don, Wayde, Shayne (Lewis) (Terrence Paul, Larry Beckman,Nathaniel Ferguson, Andy Fowler, Apostle Carlos Wallace, Anthony Hamilton); best friends: Rikki Bowe, Hayley Dorsette, Destiny Bain, Breanna Gayle, Cayden Smith, Unique Kerr; grand-aunts: Brenda Davis, Wendy Kemp, Ronie Stubbs, Sandra Knolwles, Carolyn Virgil and Rose Nairn, Kelliopie Rolle, Violet Walkine, Francis Gibson, Alrena Mckinney, Coral Lewis and Dotlin Walkine; grand-uncles: Charles and Earthly Hepburn, David Virgil, Edmond Stubbs, Wilmore & Wilfred Lewis, Nelson & Peter Walkine, Bishop Charles Rolle and Larry Mckinney; cousins: Shanique Major, Arthur & Latice Penn, Allen & Marcia Major, Adam Penn, Mario Jr., Michael & Mikah, Tammy & Rockey Pierre , Perez & Gregory Bullard, Alexander Mckenzie, Alexandria Powell, Aaron &Joshua Thompson, Shonnett Lewis, Troyniko & Shante' McNeil, Latoya Horton, Kendira Brown, Lauren Beckman, Deangelo, Nathaniel Jr., Nathan, Natario, Nat & Natazia Ferguson, Dakoda, Avery & Holley Fowler, Andre' Stuart, Carlos Jr. Ashley & Caleb Wallace, Katie, Krystal, Wadesha, Simmone, Miguel & Ratio Lewis, Raven Richardson, Justin Arnett, Dinah, Daniel, & Jacob Hamilton; god-mothers: Sharene Cooper, Chamely Toro, Fernerin Hanna, Jamie Scott, Sandi Waugh, Joia Archer-Trotman, Avanie Armbrister, Cicely Godet, Miyoshie Higgs, Keejo Forbes and Chasity Strachan; numerous relatives and friends: , Mrs. Marlene Mellon, Mr. & Mrs. Bowleg, Mr. & Mrs. Dino Albury, Meena & Vernice Grant, Former Governor General Sir Arthur & Lady Fawlkes, Paula Eanes, Rubymae Russell, Sarante Kemp, Peter Bain, Janicia Darville, Kourtney & Kevin Major, Chase & Aris Penn, Mrs. Delevaux & family, Mrs. McPhee & family, Judy Rahming & Jaekwon Clarke, Joyce Marie & Garry Cooper, Claudette & Louise Riley & family, oslyn Richie & family, Loretta, Donna, Yvonne, Jeffery, Andrew Phillip Slatital Jr, Simmons & family.

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  • FAMILY

  • Stacy Theressa Stubbs, Mother
  • Madison will be cherished and remembered by her loving mother: Stacy Stubbs; sisters: Keja and Najala Lewis; brothers: Ken Jr., Kentonio, Khaden and Kamrin Lewis; grandparents: Michael (Mike) Stubbs, Marcel and Benjamine Forbes, Wilbert Lewis; aunts: Catherine Penn Smith, Carla Fowler, Deborah Paul, Monique Lewis, Keva Beckman, Apostle Shantel Ferguson, Carla Fowler, Allison Wallace, Kimberly Arnett and Dedrie Hamilton (Pamela, Julian, Nadia Lewis ), Tessa Stubbs, Ms. Maxine Headlam; uncles: Mario Stubbs, Fred “Papa” Smith, Derick, Floyd, Don, Wayde, Shayne (Lewis) (Terrence Paul, Larry Beckman,Nathaniel Ferguson, Andy Fowler, Apostle Carlos Wallace, Anthony Hamilton); best friends: Rikki Bowe, Hayley Dorsette, Destiny Bain, Breanna Gayle, Cayden Smith, Unique Kerr; grand-aunts: Brenda Davis, Wendy Kemp, Ronie Stubbs, Sandra Knolwles, Carolyn Virgil and Rose Nairn, Kelliopie Rolle, Violet Walkine, Francis Gibson, Alrena Mckinney, Coral Lewis and Dotlin Walkine; grand-uncles: Charles and Earthly Hepburn, David Virgil, Edmond Stubbs, Wilmore & Wilfred Lewis, Nelson & Peter Walkine, Bishop Charles Rolle and Larry Mckinney; cousins: Shanique Major, Arthur & Latice Penn, Allen & Marcia Major, Adam Penn, Mario Jr., Michael & Mikah, Tammy & Rockey Pierre , Perez & Gregory Bullard, Alexander Mckenzie, Alexandria Powell, Aaron &Joshua Thompson, Shonnett Lewis, Troyniko & Shante' McNeil, Latoya Horton, Kendira Brown, Lauren Beckman, Deangelo, Nathaniel Jr., Nathan, Natario, Nat & Natazia Ferguson, Dakoda, Avery & Holley Fowler, Andre' Stuart, Carlos Jr. Ashley & Caleb Wallace, Katie, Krystal, Wadesha, Simmone, Miguel & Ratio Lewis, Raven Richardson, Justin Arnett, Dinah, Daniel, & Jacob Hamilton; god-mothers: Sharene Cooper, Chamely Toro, Fernerin Hanna, Jamie Scott, Sandi Waugh, Joia Archer-Trotman, Avanie Armbrister, Cicely Godet, Miyoshie Higgs, Keejo Forbes and Chasity Strachan; numerous relatives and friends: , Mrs. Marlene Mellon, Mr. & Mrs. Bowleg, Mr. & Mrs. Dino Albury, Meena & Vernice Grant, Former Governor General Sir Arthur & Lady Fawlkes, Paula Eanes, Rubymae Russell, Sarante Kemp, Peter Bain, Janicia Darville, Kourtney & Kevin Major, Chase & Aris Penn, Mrs. Delevaux & family, Mrs. McPhee & family, Judy Rahming & Jaekwon Clarke, Joyce Marie & Garry Cooper, Claudette & Louise Riley & family, oslyn Richie & family, Loretta, Donna, Yvonne, Jeffery, Andrew Phillip Slatital Jr, Simmons & family.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Arthur Penn
  • Ken Lewis Jr.
  • Adam Penn
  • Kentonio Lewis
  • Perez Bullard
  • Caleb Wallace

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, March 11, 2018
  • Funeral Service Sunday, March 11, 2018
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Madison Kae Stubbs-Lewis

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Mely Toro

June 7, 2018

Time slips by and life goes on,
But from my heart
You are never gone.
I think about you always,
I talk about you too,
I have so many memories
Bit I wish I still had you.
Always Loved Forever Missed.

Forest Lawn Funeral Home South

March 12, 2018

Forest Lawn South would like to express our deepest and sincerest condolences to you and your family at this most difficult time.

We wish you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.

Sincerely,
Forest Lawn Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens South Staff

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