Patricia Concannon Madison (Fielding Kazmaier)

Patricia Ann Concannon Madison Fielding Kazmaier, age 90 of Darien, formerly of Sanibel, FL and Western Springs.  Loving mother of Deborah (Joseph) Long, Patrick (Patricia) Madison, Laurence (Diane) Madison, Tricia (Michael) Boren and the late Charles Madison III; cherished grandmother of  Andrew (Andrea), Joshua (Andrea), Caitlin and Robert (Kathleen Feehan) Tyrrell, Michael (Abbi), William (Melinda) and Julie (Justin Gronko) Madison, Jamie (Raul) Vasquez, Laure (Andrew) Heikes, Laurence Jr. (Elizabeth) Madison, Catherine (Jonathan) Meyer, Mark, Patrick, Sean, Paul, Mary Jo, Therese, Margaret and John Paul Madison, Connor and Madison Boren, Charles IV (Amanda) and Daniel (Holly) Madison; proud great – grandmother of 28; sister of Nancy (late Robert) Koss;  loved aunt of many nieces & nephews. Preceded in death by her husbands the late Allen Kazmaier, the late John Fielding and the late Charles A. Madison, Jr. Visitation will be held on Monday, August 7, from 3 until 8pm at Hallowell & James Funeral Home 1025 W. 55th St., Countryside. Funeral Tuesday, August 8, prayers will begin at 9:15am from the chapel and proceed to St. Francis Xavier Church in LaGrange for a Mass of Christian Burial at 10am. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Service information: (708) 352-6500

5 Replies to “Patricia Concannon Madison (Fielding Kazmaier)”

    1. I’m so sorry. She was a beautiful woman with a heart of gold!

      Loved her and her beautiful smiling face. I regret that I can. It come to lay my respects.
      She will always be in my heart .

      Francis Benedict Schuster

  1. Patsy was a wonderful, fun, caring lady, a class act! I always loved the many times we spent together and our walks on the beach, she always had that beautiful smile and a big hug for everyone and made us feel so special. Loved her and will miss her. Prayers to Patsy’s family.

  2. Dearest Patsy,
    We will always remember your wonderful mischevious smile, your overwhelming kindness to myself and my daughter Annabella..
    I remember how you pretended not to know how to play cards, but was a queen at any game. Your laugh was contagious. Always adventous and SO glamorous.
    We are sending you are love.
    We will miss you always.
    Eileen & Annabella

  3. Tricia, My thoughts and prayers are with you. Your mother was a lovely woman and you were a good and caring daughter to her.
    Your neighbor, Bonnie Wolff

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