Woodstock: C. Tyson Madeira, 72, died at home on February 11, 2018.
Originally from Philadelphia, PA, he attended Columbia University and studied architecture. He was a gentle, kind-hearted man, who enjoyed time with his family, art, history, sunsets, gourmet food, contemplation and travel.
He was predeceased by his son Theodore Roebling Madeira, his father, Louis C. Madeira IV, his mother, Helen Tyson Madeira and his wife, Carole A. Madeira.
Surviving are his daughter Alexandra Madeira Breedon, his son, Louis Richard Madeira, three grandchildren, his sister, and a loving extended family and friends.