Miss Madison Alexandria Whittsett, affectionately known as Maddie, was born on February 20, 2009 in Birmingham, Alabama to parents Mrs. Eugenia Brooks Williams and Mr. James Whittsett.
Maddie dedicated her life to Christ at an early age, and was an active member of Bethel Baptist Church Collegeville, under the leadership of Pastor Thomas L. Wilder Jr.
Maddie received her education in both Jefferson County and Birmingham City School systems. She was an energetic and joyful student and loyal friend who was loved by school staff and her classmates. Her parents instilled the importance of a quality education into Maddie. Her career goal was to be a firefighter.
Some of Maddie's interests included traveling, especially to the beach, volleyball, running, playing with friends, and professional dancing. She was a member of the Dazzlin Applettes, a local youth dance team and a Big Alabama fan.
Maddie departed this world to be with her Heavenly Father on November 12, 2018 and was welcomed with open arms by her grandfathers Fernando Peterson, and James Williams, Uncle Marquel Whittsett, and Brother Taurus Williams.
The loving and dedicated family members that will carry on Maddie's memories are: parents Eugenia & Jimmie Keith Williams, and James Whittsett of Birmingham, Al.; grandparents Leona Brooks, JoAnn Peterson, Eugene Williams, and Leonard Mae Williams of Birmingham, Al.; siblings Devan Matthews, Destiny (Eric) Woods, Ebonie Williams, Antonius Anderson, all of Birmingham, Al. and Justina Williams of Mt. Airy, NC.; a niece: Jade M. Albritton; nephews: Jaiden D. Matthews, Jeremy D. Albritton, and Liam M. Albritton; A special aunt: Cynthia Dozier, Aunt's: Tangie Whittsett, Kimberly Williams, Sherrilyn (Rodney) Williams Byrd; Uncles: Randy Brooks of Birmingham, AL, Christopher Whittsett (Vershaun), Kenneth (Aracelis)Williams. GodParents: Frank Sumpter, Irene Anderson, and Marquise Gladden, and a host of other relatives and friends. GRACE MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME Directing.