Photo courtesy of Heritage Funeral Home - Spokane

Stephen H. Maddox

Apr 8, 1935 - Nov 30, 2013

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Farewell and thank you for the many years of service you gave, the clients loved you.
Rest in peace.
Condolences to the Family.

I love you.l shall miss you an i shall always remember your last lesson l shall love you forever your son glen A. Maddox

My heartfelt sympathy to you Gail and your family. May many happy memories comfort you through these hard times.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Sweet Steve, we will miss your great smile and seeing you in the alley. Thank you for always thinking of us and giving us part of your catch. I will ask Mike's mom to make a crawfish pie in your memory. We are glad you were able to meet our son and we know you will always be with us. Thank you for always being sunshine in our lives! -Michael Sr, Mindy and Michael Jr Marigny

To the family:

Good people will be remembered as a blessing.....PROVERBS 10:7

A cousin that will continue to pray for you.

Papa my friend my teacher my fishing partner my Scout leader my heart the reason why I am a Maddox you are going to be missed but never forgotten you taught me how to be a young man you taught me how to play baseball and even when I didn't get a trophy you made sure I had one you were my comfort zone and could talk to you about anything I will never forget that. .. you stood by me whether right or wrong you picked me up when I was down you raised me to be a strong young man and never to give...

The Washington State Veterans Cemetery extend our deepest sympathies to the family of Stephen H. Maddox, USAF Ret. for your loss, to honor his service to our country and our patriotic hero.

Steve you will be missed greatly, thank you for giving our shared grandchildren the joy of fishing, to someone it may not seem like a big deal, but to a child it means everything. A memory they will hold forever. We will all miss your smile and our great Christmas dancing. at the kids house. Always Remembered Never Forgotten.


Stephen's Obituary

(Age 78)Stephen was born April 8, 1935 in Richmond, VA to his proud parents Stephen Sr. and Minnie Maddox. His family was tobacco farmers. After graduating from high school he joined the Air Force. In 1970 while stationed at Davis Mountain Air Force Base he met his wife Gail. Stephen retired...

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