1914 4th Street. Marysville, WA 98270

David Charles Madonna June 8, 1963 - October 13, 2020

David “Dave” Charles Madonna, 57, of Marysville, WA passed away unexpectedly October 13th at Providence Regional Medical Center with family by his side.

Dave was born June 8th, 1963 to Nick and Janice Madonna of Seattle, Washington. He was a long-time resident of West Seattle and most recently resided in Marysville where he was close to his parents, children, and grandchildren.

In 1983 he married Selene and later that year they welcomed a son Justin. In 1989 they welcomed a daughter Marissa whom as an adult had Dave’s grandchildren Serenity and Cayde. Dave cherished his kids and was thrilled about being a papa Jr.

Growing up in West Seattle he played many sports including soccer, football, track and field, and baseball. Following his graduation from O’Dea high school in 1981 he had many jobs including water delivery and forklift operator. In his free time, he enjoyed watching and playing many kinds of sports. He was a true Washington sports fan with his favorite teams being the Seattle Seahawks, University of Washington Huskies and Seattle Mariners. A highlight for many of his adult years was an annual trip with his kids, parents, and other family members to Arizona to watch Mariners Spring Training.

Dave is survived by his children Justin and Marissa (David); grandchildren Serenity and Cayde; parents Nick and Janice; sister Toni; brother Gary, ex-wife Selene; and cat Dora.

He will be missed by many but never forgotten. A celebration of life will be planned for a later date.


  1. Tony Picinich Sr. says

    My deepest condolences to the Madonna family

  2. Leta says

    So sorry for your loss! I always remember him laughing or trying to crack a joke!! Many fun memories growing up!! ❤️

  3. Dan Foss says

    My deepest condolences to the Madonna family. “Diamond Dave” was a wonderful teammate. I will always remember his excellent athleticism and his “Love of Life” personality. He will be greatly missed. (Dan Foss. W.S. Hornets teammate.)

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