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Rob Madden

Edward Jones Investments

“The Big Show”

Rob “Big Show” Madden is a dedicated financial advisor at Edward Jones in Greenlawn, NY, where he provides planning and financial guidance to his clients. Beyond his professional career, Rob is deeply involved in his community and various charitable causes.

Rob serves on the board of Cost of Freedom Inc., a 501(c)3 organization that supports wounded veterans and organizes events centered around the annual Army-Navy game. His commitment to veterans’ causes is further demonstrated through his and his wife Jade’s role as race directors for the 9/11 Heroes Run for the Travis Manion Foundation in Huntington. Over the past nine years, they have successfully raised over $200,000 to support veterans, exemplifying their dedication and leadership in this important cause.

Rob attended the United States Naval Academy, graduating in the Class of 1997. His wife Jade attended with the Class of 2004.

Rob is not just any fighter; he is the largest boxer in the history of LIFFC coming in at a pretraining height and weight of 6'4" and 297 lbs. In 2023, Rob volunteered as a “ring card holder” for the Long Island Fight for Charity (LIFFC), a role that took an unexpected turn when he was confronted with returning to the ring in a different capacity. This year, he was convinced to step into the ring himself for the 2024 Main Event.

Rob is a proud father of six children: Victoria, Alex, Ashton, Delaney, Reagan, and Theodore. His participation in this year’s fight is driven by his desire to be a role model for his kids, demonstrating the importance of fitness, grit, and determination. He firmly believes that it’s never too late to make positive changes that can significantly impact one’s quality of life.

Rob “Big Show” Madden’s involvement in the Long Island Fight for Charity is not only about raising funds for a worthy cause but also about inspiring others through his example. His journey from financial advisor and community leader to the boxing ring encapsulates a spirit of resilience and commitment that resonates with all who know him.

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