Man killed, woman injured in Coffee C...

Man killed, woman injured in Coffee Co. crash

There are 4 comments on the Montgomery Advertiser story from Nov 17, 2010, titled Man killed, woman injured in Coffee Co. crash. In it, Montgomery Advertiser reports that:

A man died and a woman was injured Wednesday in a single-vehicle crash in Coffee County, according to the Alabama Department of Public Safety.

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Debbie Savoie

Newton, AL

#1 Nov 18, 2010
Madison Moncrieff, Jr. lost his life yesterday in a tragic car accident off Coffee County Road 661. He is survived by his fianceeĀ’, Debra Savoie; Mother, Cora Lee and Father, Madison Moncrieff, Sr. of Samson, Alabama.

Madison will be remembered for his kindness toward others. He would give you the shirt off his back and the last penny in his pocket if you needed help. He had the heart of an angel and always made you feel cared about when you spoke with him. He was loved and gave love back in return.

Madison understood the tragedies of life all too well and fought to overcome the pain of his past. His crystal blue eyes spoke of understanding the challenges of today. He has fed the homeless, helped others find employment and inspired others to not give up.

Please take a moment today, to ask God to open his arms and welcome Madison home.

I love him so and he will remain in my heart forever.
justice seeker

Newfane, VT

#2 Nov 18, 2010
Debbie Savoie wrote:
Madison Moncrieff, Jr. lost his life yesterday in a tragic car accident off Coffee County Road 661. He is survived by his fianceeĀ’, Debra Savoie; Mother, Cora Lee and Father, Madison Moncrieff, Sr. of Samson, Alabama.
Madison will be remembered for his kindness toward others. He would give you the shirt off his back and the last penny in his pocket if you needed help. He had the heart of an angel and always made you feel cared about when you spoke with him. He was loved and gave love back in return.
Madison understood the tragedies of life all too well and fought to overcome the pain of his past. His crystal blue eyes spoke of understanding the challenges of today. He has fed the homeless, helped others find employment and inspired others to not give up.
Please take a moment today, to ask God to open his arms and welcome Madison home.
I love him so and he will remain in my heart forever.
I am sorry for your loss, it is terrible to lose someone you love. I am sure Madison was the man you wrote him out to be, but...were you aware he had 3 children back in NH that he walked out on and never tried to contact them or even care about thier well being for the past 22 years? This man you say would do anything for you including giving you the shirt off his back or the last penny in his pocket but yet his children went without. I hope the good lord above will forgive him and welcome him home.
Debbie Savoie

Grand Bay, AL

#3 Nov 20, 2010
justice seeker wrote:
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I am sorry for your loss, it is terrible to lose someone you love. I am sure Madison was the man you wrote him out to be, but...were you aware he had 3 children back in NH that he walked out on and never tried to contact them or even care about thier well being for the past 22 years? This man you say would do anything for you including giving you the shirt off his back or the last penny in his pocket but yet his children went without. I hope the good lord above will forgive him and welcome him home.
Yes, Madison had talked about his children and reached out to his daughter recently in facebook. He was getting his life together and is not the person he was in the past. He was a broken man for many years. Please know he loved his children and spoke of his regret. I understand your anger -Please forgive him and know his children remained in his heart. I know it is hard to forgive. If you speak to the children, please tell them Madison always spoke of them and never stopped loving them. He was still very much in love with their Mother to his last day. Sometimes it is hard to understand the disconnect, but know he regretted his time away from them. I am so sorry - I know it doesn't make up for the past. I love him very much for the person he became was worth love and respect. He would want the girls and Madison to know he never stopped loving them. Please open your heart and forgive. I promise you he is worth the forgiveness. I just wish he had connected before this happended - he talked about wanting to see his children so much.
Lie Catcher

Derry, NH

#4 Apr 5, 2011
He walked out on all his kids,simple as that. He may have became a great man, but the kids still never saw him. Talking about his kids didn't help the situation at all it was a waste of hot air. If he cared like you say, how come they never saw him or heard a word from him?

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