Maddison Elyse Lassetter

Maddison

Maddison Elyse Lassetter, 24, of Waco, tragically passed away Saturday, May 7, 2022.

Funeral Service: 10AM Saturday, May 21 at Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel.  Please wear purple in honor of Maddison. 

Burial: Bosqueville Cemetery

No Visitation is planned. 

Maddison Elyse Lassetter was born October 14, 1997 in Waco to Melvin and Kimberly Lassetter.  She was raised in Bosqueville where she attended church and school.  She was active in many church programs, pre-teen and youth camps and the youth group and was baptized September 18, 2005. Maddison started attending Bosqueville schools from age 2 to her 11th grade year. She was very active and enjoyed playing basketball, running track, but her true passion was softball. She was also in FFA and band, where she played the same clarinet that her dad had played when he was in school. She got married her senior year, graduated early, and moved to Corpus Christi. She gave birth to her son, J.J. in 2016 and moved back to Waco in August of that same year. Maddison was a social butterfly and would talk to anyone. She had a loving heart, touched many people’s lives, and made numerous friends along the way. Maddison met her fiancé, Justin Pierson in 2018 and together they had their daughter, Charlotte in 2019. She loved hanging out with her friends and riding motorcycles.

She was preceded in death by her father, Melvin Lassetter; grandparents, Mary Judith and James Donald Lassetter, Michael Ray Peterson, Henry Victor Brown; and her friend, “Bubba” J.J. Jackson.

Maddison is survived by her son, Jordan Lee Davis, Jr.; daughter, Charlotte Pierson; mother, Kimberly Brown and husband, Vince; sisters, Kimber Lassetter, Christie Brown and Anthony Concepcion, Hannah Brown and Austin Smith, and best friend and “sister”, Kaitlynn Jackson; grandparents, Ruth and Carl Miller, Ruth Peterson, Linda Lassetter, Carolyn Brown, and Linda “G-Ma” Murphy; aunts and uncles, Laura Jurek and Mark Eichenhorst, Jamie and Bubba Rasmussen, Michael Peterson, Jr., James and Patricia Lassetter, Roy and Frances Lassetter, Larry and Dorleen Brown, Greg and Sherry Brown, Teresa and Lucio Olvera, Russell and Dominique Brown, and Karen “Darla” and Johnny Jackson; fiancé, Justin Pierson, along with his family; and numerous other relatives and friends.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Fidelity Bank, Special Account – Kimberly Brown – Maddison Lassetter Memorial.

“We extend our deepest thanks to everyone for your prayers and support during our greatest sadness. We appreciate it more than words can express and it will always be remembered.”

 

  

Place of Service: Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel , 5201 Steinbeck Bend; Waco, TX 76708



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Condolence Messages

  1. Blake Garvelli

    I was so sorry to hear of Maddison’s passing last week, Kim. My thoughts and prayers have been with you and your family. May the peace that passes all understanding be yours.

  2. Angie and Bobby Grisham

    Deepest love and sympathy to the family.

  3. Prayers for all the family and friends. Leaning on God’s grace during this challenging time. Love you all.

  4. Tammy and Deral Cox

    Kimberly and family, so sorry for your loss. Praying for all!

  5. Casey peterson

    Kimberly oh how I wish I could be there for you guys. I’m praying that you find that peace , just knowing she’s not alone. Your dad’s right there with her and her daddy. May God bless you during this difficult time. We love back home! Rest in peace Maddy.

  6. I was so shocked when I heard about her passing. My condolences are with the whole family.

    • I did not know Maddison well, but I went to school with Justin and when I finally got to meet her and miss Charlie I absolutely loved them. It broke my heart to hear about her passing and I can only hope and pray that God lays his healing hands on your heart and guides you through this challenging time. My thoughts are with you and your family ❤️

  7. Steve and Mary Mitchell

    Kim always in my prayers,our children are our hearts and God took a good daughter and mom home God be with you always and know that one day you will see her again and what a joy that will be Many Blessings

  8. Chris Jeffrey

    I worked at Bosqueville ISD from 2006-2016. I remember Madison as an outgoing, friendly and active young lady. She always had a smile on her face whenever I would see her. She apparently had many friends as I would see her laughing often with other students and faculty. My heart was broken when I heard of this tragedy.
    My sincerest condolences to all family and friends.

  9. Paige Hanzlicek (Davis)

    I am so sorry about Maddison. She was an amazing person. I was so blessed to have gotten the chance to grow up with her at Bosqueville, and attending church with her. We had not seen each other for a very long time until she came to work at Westview Manor where I was working in 2019. She was always drinking Pineapple in her water. She will greatly be missed. I know that her and my sister Dakota are having a blast like they once did in middle school.

  10. Stacey Zimmerman

    I was saddened to hear about Madison. My thoughts and prayers go out to y’all.

  11. So saddened at the loss of your precious Maddy. My thoughts and prayers are with you constantly.
    May God’s grace comfort you and precious memories sustain you.
    Love and prayers, Lynda Teal

  12. Marianne scarboroughh

    She was such a joy and will definitely be missed. Smile sweet Maddy.

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