December 10, 1961February 14, 2021

Kellie R MADISON was born on December 10, 1961 and passed away on February 14, 2021 and is under the care of Quattlebaum Funeral, Cremation, and Event Center.

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Gretel Rety

March 1, 2021

I met Kelly when I was working at Head Quarters a while ago and she became my supervisor. What else can I say about Kellie except that she was just a great and fair supervisor and a beautiful thoughtful person. I really enjoyed speaking to her about her doggies and about her adorable nephew. She was a smart down to earth sweet person, focused on her career at the District.

Kellie will be so missed. I am so shocked to know she has passed, but so blessed to have known her in this lifetime. I will forever hold her in my memories and hope God will give strength to her family and loved ones during such difficult times.

Zach Lowenstein

February 26, 2021

Kellie was my supervisor for the 2 years that I worked at SFWMD. I left to pursue another career opportunity that required an immediate start, so with close to no notice I told Kellie I was leaving the organization. Although initially upset (understandably), Kellie wished me the best and even talked with my new boss to ensure that I’d be well taken care of. This was a tough situation that Kellie handled with only concerns for my well being in mind, which I’ve always appreciated. Although it’s been a few years since I left SFWMD, Kellie and I had kept in touch at least once a year; she was always happy to catch up. She was gone too soon, and will be missed. Her husband, family, and SFWMD family are in my thoughts.

Hope Barton

February 24, 2021

Kellie will sorely missed. I worked with Kellie for 9 years. She was dedicated employee and a wiz with the computers. She was always willing to help me solve problems. She took pride in her work and was dedicated to eliminating errors and improving efficiency.

Rebecca Ochs

February 24, 2021

Kellie was very kind and quite person. I am grateful that I have had the opportunity to work with a dedicated, supportive and compassionate person these past few years. She loved her family and her boxers very much. I hope that her family is able to find peace in this untimely loss. She will be missed very much.

Victoria (Tori) Topper

February 24, 2021

I have many wonderful memories of Kellie, as I was blessed to work closely with her at SFWMD for nearly ten years. She was so smart, and sassy, and much deeper than most people realized. She was a mentor to me, a friend when I needed one, and an incredibly compassionate person...far more than just a coworker. If you took the time to get to know Kellie, she was loyal and wise and had an amazing sense of humor. (And a great laugh!) Kellie spoke very often and fondly of her best friend and husband, Ed, and my heart goes out to Ed for his loss, so very unexpectedly. Kellie also shared funny stories and pictures of her beloved Fur Babies often, and I know they also mourn her loss. And we shared much laughter over stories of 'old west palm beach' and things she did with her dad as a child. I will always hold Kellie and the time we shared dear to me, in my heart. God Bless and keep you.

Cheryl Pridgeon

February 18, 2021

Kellie was a dedicated, loyal, and extraordinarily capable colleague. She was a brilliant organizer and one of the hardest workers I ever had the pleasure to work with. She often told me how much it meant to her when she was able to help students, whether it was plotting out their path to graduation or with their personal problems. Unfortunately, she did much of this behind the scenes as it was always her purpose to support others. As a result, many people did not see the impact she had on others and the many students she touched. She always adhered to the highest standard and told the straight out truth, which was hard for some people to take or understand, but for those who did, her influence will carry forward throughout their lives. You will be missed, Kellie--you already are.