Leslie Irene Maddox

Leslie Irene Maddox passed away after a 5 year struggle with Alzheimer’s disease on October 18, 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

She was born April 9, 1954 in San Diego California and lived in California, Washington and Alabama before graduating from Marina High School in Huntington Beach California, class of 1972. She graduated cum laude from Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington where she majored in Drama with a minor in Secondary Education. She thrived as a successful project manager at AT&T in California where she was employed for 29 years.  She enjoyed Broadway music, seeing shows at the Orange County Performing Arts Theater and was an avid reader.  She loved and was beloved by her family and friends, and will be greatly missed. She is preceded in death by her father, Dexter Maddox.  She is survived by her mother, Geraldine Maddox and her sister Denise Davis of Las Vegas, Nevada and several nieces and nephews.

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  • Please accept my deepest sympathies for your loss. The lost of a love one is the most painful experience we have in life. There is a void that cannot be filled. Rest assured the Bible promises we will hold them again and enjoy their smiling faces forever. It is God’s purpose that no one dies ever again and everyone live on earth in Paradise. God never wanted anyone to die but to live happy healthy lives forever on earth. We have to exercise faith in his Son, Jesus Christ, to gain these blessings. God gives us his Word so we can gain comfort now and have hope for the future.

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    • Please accept my depeest sympathies for your loss. The lost of a love one is the most painful experience we have in life. There is a void that cannot be filled. Rest assured the Bible promises we will hold them again and enjoy their smiling faces forever. It is God’s purpose that no one dies ever again and everyone live on earth in Paradise. God never wanted anyone to die but to live happy healthy lives forever on earth. We have to exercise faith in his Son, Jesus Christ, to gain these blessings. God gives us his Word so we can gain comfort now and have hope for the future.

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  • As time goes on, how you touched my life will never be forgotten. You were my friend, my confidante, and above all, a fellow Christian. How sad I was to learn of your passing, and though you are now gone for almost 5 years now, I still hold you dear in my heart. You and your family meant so much to me in my life, and I am so glad that your life passed through mine. I thank God every day for my time with you. Your impact in me and my life, along with those who were touched by your life, will never forget you, or the beautiful human being you showed the world every single day of your life. I miss and think of you often, but I know you are in a far-better place than this Earth. Say hello to Nanie for me … 🙂

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