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Maddix - Home


For four generations, the Maddox family mission has been, and continues to be, serving those families who entrust their loved one into our care. As a funeral home, our goals are to provide professional and dignified services which will honor the life of the deceased.




Maddix - Home


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Gary Lee Maddix, 71, of Grahn, KY, entered into rest Tuesday morning, November 8, 2022, at his residence. Gary was born at home in Grahn, KY, July 3, 1951 to the late Dennis and Katherine Brown Maddix.


The Ronald McDonald House of Rochester, Minnesota provides a home away from home and offers support to families seeking medical care for their children since 1980. Located near Mayo Clinic and steps away from Saint Marys Hospital, the House keeps families close to the support and medical care they need. The Ronald McDonald House of Rochester provides support and services to thousands of children and families each year.


Maddox Management is a full service property management company located in Albuquerque NM. We rent and manage residential rentals, single familyhomes, multi-family properties, townhomes, condos, lofts and commercial properties of all types: retail, industrial, office space.


Charlene Maddix McEwen, 68, of Grayson went to be with her Lord Tuesday, September 20, 2022 at her residence surrounded by her loving family. Charlene was born August 8, 1954 in Grayson, KY a daughter of the late, Dennis and Katherine Brown Maddix. In addition to her parents, Charlene was preceded in death by two sisters, Maxine Maddix and Wanda Fultz; and six brothers, Charles Maddix, Larry Maddix, Johnny Maddix, Joe Rob Maddix, Kenneth Maddix and Cleadith Maddix. Charlene retired as a caregiver. Charlene was a member of Hitchins Second Freewill Baptist Church. She loved spending every awakening moment with her daughters and grandchildren.Charlene is survived by three daughters, Crystal (Jeremiah) Meyer of West Liberty, Shaunda (Fiancé Kelvin McCullough) Harlow and Kimberly (Greg) Waugh both of Grayson; nine grandchildren, Timothy (Molly), Trenton, Kayleigh, Katherine, Melyssa, Krysta, Isabella, Christopher Lee and Jacob; a sister, Earnestine Maddix of Olive Hill; two brothers, Homer (Sandy) Maddix and Gary (Janet) Maddix both of Grahn; and many nieces, nephews, and friends who all mourn her passing.Funeral services will be 1 pm Thursday, September 22, 2022 at the Malone Funeral Home in Grayson with Bro. Ron Johnson officiating. Burial will follow in the Maddix Cemetery in Grahn. Visitation will be 11 am Thursday until the service hour. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.malonefuneralhome.com


Your home should enhance your lifestyle. Our free design consultation provides you with ideas for your primary needs, consideration for the way each member of your family utilizes entertainment or technology in your home, and ways to make your life and your home more enjoyable. We provide complete design and installation of a variety of audio, video, and technology services for your home in Maryland, including:


Nick was wonderful during the construction process for our home. We wanted a smart house and he helped guide us throughout the selection and installation. He wired the entire house, installed the smart home technology, TVs, audio, and camera systems, and made sure that everything worked flawlessly. He was great to work with and I would highly recommend him to anyone for both smart home and multi-media installations.


The Maddox House in the Tuxedo Park neighborhood stands as a shining example of the work of one of Atlanta's most beloved architects, Phillip Trammel Shutze. Constructed in 1937, the Maddox house came to accompany other large estates in the rolling hills near West Paces Ferry Road, in Atlanta's Tuxedo Park neighborhood. Constructed in the style of Classical revival, the Maddox house shares more likeness to its surrounding estates in landscaping than architectural style, but all share in the quality of being designed by some of the most prominent names of the time, including: Hentz, Reid and Alder, Pringle and Smith, Walter T. Downing and Phillip Trammel Shutze. As of January 2016, the current owner of the Maddox house had announced plans to demolish the structure in favor of new construction. The Atlanta Preservation Center is actively advocating for the Maddox house to be preserved due to being an example of the work of Phillip Trammell Shutze and also the formation of an historic in town neighborhood. The Atlanta Preservation Center recommends an addition to the existing home for more space, rather than demolition. More information about the Maddox House and its recent develpoment can be found here.


Update: As of February 1st, plans were announced by the owner to demolish the Maddox House on February 3rd, 2016. The Atlanta Preservation Center is actively monitoring the situation and continues to urge for the preservation of the home.


With 5,300 homes, businesses, churches and institutions severely damaged or destroyed; Walt passed Tuscaloosa Forward after months of public input. Nearly ten years later, Tuscaloosa Forward has provided over $100 million in infrastructure and set the table for a remarkable comeback. Since the devastation of the April 27, 2011 tornado, the recovery zone has experienced 5,425 building permits totaling $1.1 billion dollars of residential, commercial and civic investments.


Since 2019, 306 blighted homes have been identified with over 110 being demolished or brought to code. In addition, millions have and will continue to be invested in LED lighting, fiber upgrades, sidewalks, and storm and sanitary sewers.


Dr. Daniel Scott Maddix, Pharm D, passed away suddenly on Friday, April 3rd, 2020 at his home in Alameda, California at fifty-seven years of age. Daniel, known as Danny to his family and friends, was born on April 12th, 1962 to Richard and Rose Marie Maddix (née DeCarolis) at Fort Ord, California, and was the second of three sons. His memory will always live on in our hearts. His dedication to his family, generosity and charity will always be a true inspiration to us.


It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our father, Freddie Maddox, age 78, of Millport, Alabama. Freddie passed away in his home surrounded by his children. While we are heartbroken, we know he was reunited with his wife, Jo Ann of 37 years, who he deeply loved and cherished. Funeral services will be Sunday, February 5, 2023 at 2:00 p.m. at Dowdle Funeral Home in Millport, Alabama with Bro. Nick Cannady officiating. Visitation will be 12:30-2:00 p.m. in the chapel. A graveside service will follow at Oakes Chapel Cemetery in Vernon, Alabama. 041b061a72


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