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Gary Conrad Madsen, 59, of Eagle, Idaho, passed away far too young March 15, 2013. He was born Aug. 3, 1953, to Dayle Conrad and Melgene Noble Madsen, in Cache Valley, Utah.
Gary was raised in Logan, Utah, and attended the public schools there. He gr ugg trainers aduated from Utah State University with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and in 1982 received his master’s degree.
On June 22, 1979, Gary married the love of his life, and his best friend, Jackie Sizemore Madsen. They were married for 33 loving and adventurous years.
Gary and Jackie had three children, Austin, Kirstin and Dakota. He was very proud of his children, and he cherished and bragged about the many milestones in their lives. One of his favorite things in life was the time he spent with his family.
Gary was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints. He had the opportunity to be an early morning Seminary teacher while living in Washington. His favorite calling was serving as a bishopric counselor in a single adult ward in Eagle, Idaho. Ga ugg trainers ry was an Eagle Scout and put that training to use throughout his life.
Gary had many talents and hobbies. You would often find him on the ski slopes in Utah, hiking a trail to hunt or in a stream catching fish. He was a great craftsman and artist. His children would often enjoy finding his ar ugg trainers twork on their school lunch bags or featured on their school projects.
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Gary is survived by his wife Jackie of Eagle, Idaho; sons Austin and Dakota of Eagle, Idaho; daughter Kirstin (Kyle) Fullerton of Moscow, Idaho; sister Diane Jackson of Boise, Idaho; and brothers Craig (Lisa) Madsen of Logan, Utah, and Kim Madsen of Ogden, Utah.