Angie Williams Madigan

October 3, 2020

CHARLOTTE- Angie Madigan, 53, of Charlotte, NC went home to be with Our Lord on Saturday, October 3, 2020 at Atrium Health Carolinas Medical Center.  She was born in Charlotte on June 14, 1967 to Larry and Mary (Lamb) Williams.  Angie graduated from West Mecklenburg High School in 1985. She attended UNCC for a brief period, but realized her talents and interests were better suited for the medical/clinical types of environments so she could improve the lives of others.

The definition of a selfless, compassionate, genuine person, Angie put the interests of others before herself each day.  Although her first priorities were always her children and family, Angie’s entire existence centered around helping and caring for others.  Angie worked for Charlotte Eye Ear Nose and Throat Associates (CEENTA) for twenty-seven years as a Certified Ophthalmic Technician, Clinical Coordinator and many other roles within the organization.  With a focus in the ophthalmic field, Angie began her career in an entry level position.  Utilizing her incredible work ethic and passion to help, along with her beautiful personality and calming demeanor, she gained a wide variety of knowledge and experience through the years to progress and become an extremely valuable asset for CEENTA doctors, staff and ultimately, patients.

Angie was blessed with a personality and spirit that positively affected everyone she encountered both personally and professionally.  Her other passions included reading, cooking, music, singing, digital crossword puzzles, involvement in her children’s recreational activities, socializing with friends and neighbors and spending time with family.

She is survived by her husband, Matt Madigan; children, Olivia and Patrick of Charlotte, NC; parents, Larry and Mary Williams of Newton, NC; brother, Larry Wayne Williams and his wife, Jackie; nieces and nephew, Lydia, Ava and Seth all of Charlotte, NC.  She is also survived by many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Angie was a member of Selwyn Avenue Presbyterian Church in Charlotte, where a private family memorial service will be held at 5:30 PM on Friday, October 9, 2020.  The service will be livestreamed at https://www.facebook.com/SAPCPCUSA/.  Friends are invited to attend a brief candlelight vigil on Friday from 7:00 PM-7:20 PM at the church, 2929 Selwyn Avenue, Charlotte, NC 28209.  Social distancing guidelines and masks are required for those in attendance.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Angie’s memory to Atrium Health Foundation, Attn: Carolinas Lung Cancer Fund, 208 East Blvd., Charlotte, NC 28203 or through their website https://www.atriumhealthfoundation.org/tribute/  When making a donation through the website please follow these instructions:

Once on the Atrium Health Foundation page:

* Select Donate Now ( You will be directed to the donation form.)

* Please check the box below the Donation amount that says - Dedicate my donation in honor or memory of someone

* Enter Angie Madigan as the Honoree's name (and other applicable information)

* Scroll down to the box with a drop down asking, What would you like your donation to support ? - please select Carolinas Lung Cancer Fund

 

View the tribute video of Angie here (Click on the following link and it will upload):   http://videos.lifetributes.com/1094376

Arrangements are in the care of Kenneth W. Poe Funeral & Cremation Service, 1321 Berkeley Ave., Charlotte, NC 28204; (704) 641-7606. Online condolences can be shared at www.kennethpoeservices.com.

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  • Trent and Brooks Busby

    Matt and Angie were such fun, welcoming neighbors when we moved to our house on Scofield! We always loved getting together, talking in our front yards while our kids played. Angie was such a warm, smiling friend. Matt, we are thinking about you, Olivia, Patrick and the rest of your family during this difficult time.

    Much love to you all,
    Trent, Brooks, Hines and Fletcher

  • Haley Herrick

    Aunt Angie, you were the kindest person and brought warmth and smiles wherever you went. We will miss you, but know you’re always with us. Thoughts, prayers, and lots of hugs and love to Uncle Matt, Olivia, Patrick, and the rest of the family.

  • Mark Hester

    My deepest condolences to Matt, Olivia, Patrick and all of Angie’s family. God has taken an angel back home. She fought a great battle and left a legacy of love, laughter and compassion to all who knew her. She will be missed by all.

  • Jon Kocmond and Family

    May you find peace in knowing Angie is in the loving arms of our Savior at this time. And hope in knowing someday we will all share in His glory.
    God Bless you all.

  • Judy Bible

    It was a privilege to know Angie as a coworker and friend for 30+ years. She was my partner through “fire and ice” and my role model for kindness, grace, and gratitude. May your beautiful family find comfort in knowing that you will live on in the memories of all of us that called you “ friend”.

  • Karen DeMay

    Dear Matt, Olivia and Patrick,

    Our hearts go out to you at this difficult time. Angie was so courageous and inspiring. We will miss her so much and we are praying for you.

    Love,

    Karen and Steve DeMay

  • Carol Grindstaff

    My heart is broken. I know you fought a hard fight. I have so many great memories growing up in the house next door. You now have your wings and can fly high. You will truly be missed. My heart goes out to everyone in your family. RIP my friend, till we meet again.

  • Terri Conneran

    Angie will live on with her warmth, love and spirt in all of us that she touched. Deepest sympathy for all who are blessed to have Angie in their life especially her wonderful family. Much Love, Hugs & Prayers
    Terri Conneran

  • Verdella Queeglay

    RIP beautiful soul. My prayers are with the family at this very difficult time. You'll sadly be missed by your CEENTA family.

  • Laura Johnson

    I met angie before she Married Matt. She and I have worked together for 27 years, and I count everyday with her, a true joy in my life. Whether it was working together or walking together in the lung cancer walks. She was always eager to assist anyone and always always such a kind ear to listen and hear you out. Her infectious smile and sweet nature will be sorely missed in this world! I count myself Truly Blessed to have known her, and know for myself, that I am a better person because of her. Her champion spirit will live with me forever. Love you my Angelia!

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