Helen Louise Madison

January 7, 1937June 12, 2021
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Helen Louise Campbell was born January 7, 1937 in Transylvania, Louisiana to the late George Campbell and Aleatha (Brown) Campbell. Helen Aka “Booney” comes from a very large family where six of her siblings have preceded her in death; Leon, Clifton, Joyce, Ruby, Bevelyn and Augusta. Helen inherited the title of the Matriarch in 2019, after the passing of their eldest sister Augusta M. Garry.

Helen moved to Las Vegas in 1959 and worked at the Frontier Hotel for thirty-four years. She met and married Fred Neal Madison, and they raised a blended family of eleven children, four of whom preceded her in death Tony, Christopher, Derryl, and Andre.

Helen confessed and gave her life to Christ at the tender age of seventeen on her daddy’s farm in Sondheimer, Louisiana. Helen was a very strong and caring woman who would give you her last if needed. Although Helen was quiet and soft spoken, she was real to the core, she always said what she meant and meant what she said. She was loved by many and she loved each of them in her own unique way, but most of all she loved and was very protective of her children whom all loved her dearly.

Helen leaves to cherish her memory and mourn her passing; Fred Madison, (7) children Aubrey (Ava) Campbell of Houston, Texas, Kim Campbell, Darryl Madison, Bruce Madison of Las Vegas, NV, LaTonya (Rick) Evans of Athens, Fredericka Madison-Perry (Al) and Shawn Madison of Las Vegas, NV, (27) grandchildren, (29) great-grandchildren (5) Sisters, Almarye Booker of Baton Rouge, LA, Marguerite Bousley of Phoenix, AZ, Regina (Mike) Leary of Monkton, MD, Gail (Firk) Chambers of Houston, TX, Brenda Campbell of San Antonio, TX, one brother, Wendell (Theresa) Campbell of Las Vegas, NV, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.


  • Visitation

    Monday, June 21, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Monday, June 21, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Monday, June 21, 2021


Helen Louise Madison

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Son In-Law

June 22, 2021

I was there with you today.... As the scriptures were being read and prayers were being spoken. I was there with you today....When family and loved ones told wonderful stories about how you shaped their life. I was there with you today....When you entered the Kingdom of Heaven and received your wings. I will always be with you as you continue to watch over me. We were the greatest Mother-in-Law/Son-in-Law duo the world has ever seen. You will be missed. Your Son-in-Law

Germaine campbell

June 21, 2021

I Can say I Truly was Loved by my Grandma.Small in Size but big Hearted& tough as Nails.I will Forever Respect&Love U.your 1st Grandbaby Germaine.Watch ova us All

Angela King

June 19, 2021

I met your mom years ago when she visited you in Virginia. I instantly fell in love with her as we sat and talked. She had such an easy going spirit and beautiful smile.

Fredericka, Christiene and Marques,
Our hearts and thoughts are with you during your time of grieving. Please know that you are not alone in remembering your mom and grandmom, a truly wonderful person that meant so much to many.

Angela King & Family
Chesapeake, Virginia

Almarye Booker

June 19, 2021

To my brother-in-law, Fred Madison, my nieces, nephews and other family members. Sorry I’m not with you, but God is merciful. He promises to never leave you.
All that he is asking you is to be still and know that He is God. Psalm 46:10

Our love and prayers for the whole family,
Auntie Almarye and Family
Baton Rouge, LA

Tiphany Chambers-Burrell

June 19, 2021

Aunt Helen was a Queen.

I've been thinking and writing for days just trying to find the right words... but I just keep coming back to "Aunt Helen was a Queen."

I can see her adjusting her hat or wig... just so and that slight head tilt that caught just the right angle in every photo.

I can hear her deliver a calm rebuttal... delivering the smoothest,, slightest, yet truest shade ever.

I can see her eyes light up when children are around and doing their best... and, see the side-eye when they start to cut up.

I can see her glow when her siblings are there... she beams with pride and joy and love.

Just thinking about her, I find myself holding my chin up like a queen... as if I am as regal as she was.

I am greater because of her... for that, I am grateful.

She was grace. She was excellence. She was wit She was charming. She was wisdom. She was resilience. She was grit.

She was magnificent, royalty.

Aunt Helen was a Queen.

Rest in Grace, Your Highness.

Yolanda Lee

June 18, 2021

My prayers are with you and your family during these difficult times. I am so glad you were able to spend those last special days with your mom. She is in a better place, God has called his Angel home.



June 17, 2021

We are sorry for your loss.

Psalm 48:14. For this God is our God for ever and ever; he will be our guide even to the end.

Praise to the God of All Comfort

2 Corinthians 1:3-4
Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God.

Gaines, Wright and Arnold Family, Phoenix Arizona

Barbara Ison

June 16, 2021

My condolences for the loss. I am praying that God will comfort and keep the family. 🙏🏼❤️

Dawn Jessie

June 16, 2021

It is with my deepest heartfelt condolences for the loss of your dear loved one. It is so hard when we lose the life that gave us life, know her journey of the worldly has only been laid to rest so that she can live the new journey God has laid before her. Cherish her life for it lives on with family and friends. Peace, good Harmony and much LOVE to you all. Be blessed and know prayers are with you always. Love Dawn

Zakiyyah Saleem

June 16, 2021

Sending love to the family and friends of Helen Louise Madison. What an incredible matriarch! Helen was a beautiful soul who brought loving babies into the world. Sending warm hugs and healing energy to those hurting after her transition. Her energy lives on and for that, we are grateful. 🎈We love you all always.

From Zakiyyah, Anissa, Fatimah, Tauheedah, & Qasim-Grandchildren of Fred Madison.❤️