Oma Irene Maddox
October 12, 1937 - January 5, 2019

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Colleen Maddox

Dallas, TX

Grandma Irene was one of the sweetest ladies I’ve ever had the pleasure of getting to know. One of my favorite memories with her would definitely be December 6th, 2018. Bradley Jr, Selena, and myself, we all went to van for a surprise visit. As soon as we walked through the door her face lit up! She was so excited to see us, so unexpectedly. She reached for her phone to call brad and you could hear the excitement in her voice as she told him “come down here, I have a surprise for you.” That smile and the joy is how I will always remember her. She was truly loved by me and my little family. I find comfort in the fact that she knew that she was loved deeply by everyone. She was a wonderful women and a amazing grandma to her Selena. Also can’t forget a fantastic cook! She was a special women. I’m blessed to have had her in my life.
Saturday, January 26, 2019


Melody Whitus


Reney will be greatly missed. She was always happy and had a beautiful smile. I just loved her so much and am blessed to have had her in my life for the last 8 years.

Reney, Brad and I spent almost every evening together for dinner and she never ceased to amaze me with her cooking. She could make a VERY tasty meal with just a few ingredients or a big meal that she worked all day on but each meal was made with love.

I will miss our outings on the weekend that the three of us would go on to shop or go see different places. She was always ready to go venture out and was excited to show us.

I will cherish the memories I have of her, the fun we had and all the the stories she told me of family and of things she has done in her life. She was an amazing lady.


Thursday, January 24, 2019


Jason Gray

Rowlett, TX

Aunt Reney was a kind and gentle soul and will be greatly missed.
I remember many good times down at Van and visits to the Blue Jean Shop to get school clothes. I always enjoyed making Aunt Reney laugh because her laugh was contagious and when she started laughing the whole room would laugh. I remember visits to the house where I would purposefully sit in Uncle Tommy's favorite chair just so he would tilt his head, give me that sly look and motion for me to move. She always got a kick out of that. If I remember correctly I think she even encouraged me to take his chair on more than one occasion.

I didn't realize it until later in life, but Aunt Reney loved little kids. I saw it with her grandchildren, great-grandchild and I saw it with my daughter. Her face would light up when a little one was around.

Aunt Reney will be missed, but her memory will live on forever in our hearts. Our thoughts and prayers are with Brad, Barry and family.
Jason, Mary Ann and Claire

Sunday, January 20, 2019


June Gunn - DSO

Mesquite, TX

Brad, So sorry to hear of your mom's passing. You were a good and faithful son to her and I know you brought her great joy. We will miss her at the DPD retirees meetings in Canton. God's blessings on you and much comfort and consolation. Just know that she is in Jesus' loving arms.
Thursday, January 10, 2019


Robin Smith and Russell Galvin


I didn't know her very well. I had only recently met her, but, she was so sweet to me and my fiancé. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Praying for comfort for you all.
Wednesday, January 9, 2019


lisa Lakatos

San Gabriel, CA

It is with great respect that we honor Irene, "Reney" Maddox. She was a beautiful soul and we will not forget her! All our love to her family near and far!

Allen and Lisa Lakatos

Monday, January 7, 2019