Haylee Reney, Ace Madaris, Joshua Madaris

Memorial services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, February 24, 2024 at the First Christian Church in Laramie.

Donations may be made to: https://gofund.me/d6ced301

Joshua Tyler Madaris 22, Haylee Reney, 22, Ace Madaris 4 months, of Laramie, Wyoming went to be with Jesus on February 17, 2024 after a tragic accident.  Joshua was born in Tampa Florida February 11 2002.  He graduated from Robinson High School June 2021. Haylee Reney was born in Beaufort, South Carolina and traveled most of her life as a military child.  She graduated from Robinson High School June 2020.  Josh and Haylee met at Robinson High School and dated throughout their last year school.  They enjoyed being together and loved outdoor activities such as the beaches and parks.  Frequently they would join Josh’s mother at his brother’s house for bon fires and 4 wheeling.  They also loved to play video games together.   Josh loved working on cars, and Haylee loved to sing and dance.  After high school they moved into an apartment together in Plant City Florida.  Josh and Haylee both worked at Amazon for a short while, and held multiple other jobs while they were living in Plant City.  A year after they moved in together, Haylee became pregnant with Ace. They were so excited to become parents and start their family.  In September of 2023, they decided to move out to Wyoming where her parents lived to have their baby and start a new life in Laramie.  Josh started working for The Point at WYO, and Haylee started home schooling her little sister Ayvree. Ace was born September 27, 2023.  He was beginning to come into his own personality even at 4 months old when his life was cut short along with his mother and father’s from a tragic automobile accident. Joshua is predeceased by his grandfathers, John Jenkins and Charles Madaris, Grandmother Patty White and his brother, Branden J. Madaris, who also was killed in an automobile accident in 2001. Joshua is survived by his mother Tammie Madaris, father Rickey Madaris, brother Jeremy/Natalee Madaris, niece Laila Madaris, nephew Greyson Madaris, Grandmother Pearl Jenkins, Grandmother Linda Madaris, and many extended family members.  Haylee is survived by her father, Joe Reney, mother Trish Reney, brothers Taylor and Kayden Reney and sister/best friend Ayvree Reney.    Joshua will always be remembered for his kind heart, gentle spirit and strong work ethic.  Haylee will forever be remembered for her love of adventure, her love of dance and music, and her love of Jesus. They will be forever missed, but never forgotten. Rest in peace Josh, Haylee and Ace.

Haylee Reney was born August 14, 2002, in Beaufort, South Carolina. For 18 years of her 21 years, she was a military child and lived and traveled in multiple locations in the United States, and Eastern/Southeast Asia. Haylee had a talent for memorizing music lyrics and things alike; she was the first person in her 3rd grade class to memorize the preamble to the U.S. Constitution which she was overtly proud of and could likely still have recited it on que. She could recall the lyrics to a song after listening to it one time; it was truly amazing to witness. She loved to dance as well, and it did not take long for her to expertly navigate any choreography. Haylee was strong willed and stood her ground to the end on everything she truly believed. She loved Jesus and Trump and attended church regularly at New Life Church in Laramie with her 4-month-old son, Ace, and her boyfriend, Josh. Haylee wanted to be an elementary school teacher and had been working towards starting school again after having her baby. Haylee tragically died in a vehicle accident February 17, 2024, in Laramie, Wyoming. Haylee is survived by her father, Joe Reney, mother, Trish Reney, brothers, Taylor and Kayden Reney, and sister/best friend, Ayvree Reney.

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Condolences (3)

  • anonymous

    I am so sorry for the loss of your daughter. I am so sorry.

  • Bunny

    I'm so sorry for this loss. Bikers For Christ in Tennessee is all praying for you.

  • Jill M Russek

    The pain is deep, the sorrow is unspeakable. You are all in our prayers sometimes Gods plan makes no sense at all for the loved ones left behind to grieve. Thinking of you all at this most horrific time. Love and continued support for the family. Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Russek Sr.


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