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In Loving Memory

Maddox, Virginia Rose

Virginia Rose Maddox (nee Collignon) Baptized into the Hope of Christ’s Resurrection on Satuday, March 16, 2024; beloved wife of the late Stephen Maddox for over 57 years, loving mother of Stephen (Cathy) Maddox, Joan Frost, Nancy (Dirk) Forsythe, Michael (Carolyn) Maddox, Susan (Bruce) Slattery, Roger (Elizabeth) Maddox and Karen Maddox; cherished grandmother of Stephen (Teanna), Lauren (Malcolm), Michele, Rebecca, Mitchell, Allison (Vincent), Abby (Paul), Kyle, Sarah (Andy), Adam (Averi), Sean (Courtney), Ben, Tyler (Sophie), Ryan (Lizzie), Jessica (Evan) and Melissa (Michael)and adoring “GG Rose” of Elijah and Jenna, Charlotte and Penelope, Frankie, Noah and Grayson, Hailey and Ashley, Our dear sister, sister-in-law, aunt, cousin and friend to many.

A special thanks from the family to Patti Colana for her unconditional love and care Virginia had received from her every day.

Services: Funeral from Kutis South County Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd on Friday, March 22, 10:30 a.m. to Mary Mother of the Church for 11:00 a.m. Mass. Burial JB National Cemetery with her 8 grandsons as pallbearers. In lieu of flowers donations to ARC appreciated. https://www.slarc.org/

Visitation, Thursday 4-8 p.m.


9 thoughts on “Maddox, Virginia Rose”

  1. To the entire Maddox and Collignon Families,

    My deepest sympthay on the loss of Ginny. She touched our lives in ways that will never be forgotten nor surpassed. And set an example of holiness that all can learn from. Lifting all of you in prayer.

    Your friend,
    Ginny’s 4th Son,
    Nick Ganim

  2. At this time of loss, may God bring you peace and comfort. Time will not close the hole in your hearts but we hope the years will fill the space with happy memories of Aunt Ginny for you and all who knew her and loved her. You are in our prayers. Love Dave and JoAnn Bartz

  3. It is hard to give up a loved one with the heart, even though your head tells you she is in a better place. Our condolences in the loss of your Mother, Grandmather & GG.

    Mary & Duane Buerstetta

  4. Nancy – Deepest sympathy on the loss of your Mom. Though she is gone now, her legacy of love lives on in your hearts – timeless and treasured – until you meet again.


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