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In Memory of

David Edward Madle

August 4, 1962 - July 23, 2017

Obituary


August 4, 1962 - July 23, 2017 David Edward Madle, faithful husband, loving father, and devoted friend to many, passed away suddenly, of a major cardiac event on July 23, 2017. He is survived by his wife, Donna Madle, his sons, Michael Madle and Blake Madle; his mother, Loralie Prince; and sisters, Janice Oakes and Denise Beldin. His father, Edward Madle; stepfather, John Prince; and sister, Judy Kinney preceded him in death. David was born August 4, 1962, and attended high school at Kent Meridian. He proceeded to receive a Bachelor's degree in chemical engineering...

August 4, 1962 - July 23, 2017 David Edward Madle, faithful husband, loving father, and devoted friend to many, passed away suddenly, of a major cardiac event on July 23, 2017. He is survived by his wife, Donna Madle, his sons, Michael Madle and Blake Madle; his mother, Loralie Prince; and sisters, Janice Oakes and Denise Beldin. His father, Edward Madle; stepfather, John Prince; and sister, Judy Kinney preceded him in death. David was born August 4, 1962, and attended high school at Kent Meridian. He proceeded to receive a Bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Washington State University. It was there that he met his wife of 33 years, Donna. Following his under graduate work, Dave pursued a Master's degree in Electrical engineering at WSU Richland while working at Hanford. He then went on to work at Fluke in Everett. Dave was a man of many talents, though, and engineering proved to be not all the challenge he needed, so he took on the world of real estate. Beginning by obtaining his real estate license in 1993. Dave eventually founded his own building and developing company, Castle Dwellers Inc., where he has completed many projects over the last 24 years. Through all this work Dave still managed to find plenty of time for fun. He loved life to the fullest. His beloved wife and partner through life, Donna, and his two sons, Michael and Blake were the joys of his life. He was an incredible mentor and passed along his wisdom and passion for the pastimes he loved, coaching his sons in baseball and soccer and showing them how to ride dirt bikes, water ski, wakeboard, and snow ski. Dave loved motorcycle riding most of all, and that passion provided many wonderful times with friends and family, fabulous trips, and lots of trophies. Please join us in celebrating Dave's life at the Future of Flight, located at 8415 Paine Field Blvd, Mukilteo, Wa 98275, on August 12, 2017 at 5:30 PM. The family also requests that in lieu of flowers you provide donations to the Lakewood Education Foundation for the Dave Madle Scholarship Fund at address PO Box 55, North Lakewood, WA, 98259. Questions regarding the scholarship can be directed to: lakewoodedufoundation @gmail.com