Carol Jean (Plattner) Maddux
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Carol Jean Maddux (Plattner)

Bremerton - Our beloved, wife, mother, and grandmother; Carol Jean Maddux (Plattner), age 73, passed away at St. Joseph's Hospital in Tacoma on October 22, 2020. After surgery on a brain mass, she died from unexpected complications. Carol was born in Olympia, Washington, on December 13, 1946. She graduated from Moses Lake High School in 1964 and married Ronald Maddux in Victorville, California, on May 22, 1965. They moved to Bremerton in 1968.

Carol enjoyed gardening, camping at the ocean, teaching Sunday School, her pinochle club, interior decorating, and being involved in her church. She loved everything Disney and Christmas. She was a grandma (Grammy Carol) to many children, including her grandkids, daycare kids, and Sunday School children.

Carol was preceded in death by her parents, Roberta and Murray Plattner, and her brothers Murray Jr. and Charles.

Carol's memory will live on with her loving husband Ron Maddux, daughters Michelle Maddux, Rochelle Winters, Angela Maddux-Kinsey, son Brett Maddux, son-in-law Todd Winters, daughter-in-law Lindsay Maddux, and brother Rand Plattner. Her memory also lives on through her six grandchildren: Sidney Winters, Arion Cain, Spencer Winters, Wyatt Kinsey, Christopher Maddux, and Gillian Kinsey.

Arrangements for a memorial service are still in the planning stages. She will be buried at Mountain View Memorial Park in Lakewood, Washington.




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Published in Kitsap Sun from Oct. 27 to Oct. 31, 2020.
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November 14, 2020
I fondly remember the many happy times I spent with the Maddux family as Rochelle and I grew up together. I will never forget Carol's infectious laugh!
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November 14, 2020
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Katherine Brown
November 7, 2020
I remember Carol as the daycare provider to several children in my Kindergarten classes at Cottonwood Elementary. It was obvious she enjoyed the kids, which made them happy, confident students. Carol was a pleasure to partner with in such an important time in young lives.
Jackie Eberle
Coworker
November 5, 2020
Carol is remembered as a faithful Sunday School teacher to young children. I remember seeing her sitting in a class surrounded by kindergarten children. Everyone was happy!
She was wonderful with small children.
Ellen Posadas
Friend
November 3, 2020
I was privileged to know Carol through Sunday School classes when she was teaching the children's classes. She later became a daytime caregiver for my young daughter. She was a fun loving sweet individual who loved her "kids". I know she will be missed.
Marilyn J Roberts
Friend
November 1, 2020
Growing up she was like my big sister we were very close. She was God mother to my oldest son. She was in my wedding and I was in hers. I can't believe she has
is gone. I will miss her until we are together again.
Pennie Stevens
Family
October 31, 2020
She was a wonderful person always full of joy. She loved to play games her family and Christmas. Always in our hearts
Robin boers johnson
Family
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