Ruth Gandy Maddox
August 5, 1925  -  December 16, 2018

Ruth Gandy Maddox


Graveside Service
Charlie Marshall Funeral Home
2003 W. Wheeler Ave.
Aransas Pass, TX  78336
Thursday, January 17, 2019
3:00P.M.
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Prairie View Cemetery
4618 FM 1069 South
Aransas Pass, TX  78336
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Aransas Pass, Texas

Ruth Gandy Maddox passed away on December 16th of 2018. Ruth was born on August 5, 1925, to Mitchel and Lela Gandy. She was a very caring person and her family was her life.

Ruth was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 52 years, Captain J.T. Maddox, Jr. She was a graduate of Ball High School in Galveston, Texas and a member of First United Methodist Church in Aransas Pass. Ruth was Past Noble Grand of the Truth Rebekah Lodge #143. She was awarded the Rebekah highest merit award in 1988. She was a member of Texas Association of Hospital Auxiliaries and a charter and life member of Coastal Bend Hospital Auxiliary.
Ruth was a den mother for Cub Scouts Den #341 for twelve years and a volunteer for Aransas Pass Grade School for eleven years. She managed the Youth Center, Wreck and Sugar Shack for twelve years insuring the youth of Aransas Pass a safe and fun place to mingle. Ruth was awarded a special mission pin and recognition by the United Methodist Women on December 12, 1995, and was also a member of the Library Board of Aransas Pass.

Survivors include three sons, James Terry (Cindy) Maddox III of Corpus Christi, Texas, William Todd Maddox of canyon Lake, Texas and Michael Troy Maddox of Aransas Pass, Texas; two grandsons, James Terry (Kelly) Maddox IV of Corpus Christi, Texas and Jason Todd Maddox of Corpus Christi, Texas; three granddaughters, Ursula V. Maddox Richardson of Aransas Pass, Texas, Haley Esther Maddox of San Antonio, Texas and Kaci Marie Maddox (Rich Garcia) of San Antonio, Texas; five great-granddaughters, Avery Nicole and Kayla Elizabeth Maddox of Corpus Christi, Reece Elizabeth Richardson of Oregon, Brooklyn Jolene Grace Maddox of San Antonio and Lenny Lucille Garcia of San Antonio; two great-grandsons, Atticus Ryan Todd Vieira of San Antonio and Dylan Maddox of Corpus Christi. Other survivors include four sisters, Betty (Lee) Jasinski, Dorothy (Paul) Redden, Lucille Monych, Ann Steelman and one brother, Roy (Barbara) Gandy. Ruth is also survived by many friends and loved ones.

Graveside service will be held at 3:00p.m. Thursday, January 17, 2018 at Prairie View Cemetery.

The family would love to give special thanks to Colonial Manor Nursing Home and Heart to Heart Hospice Care in New Braunfels, Texas. The professionalism and ultimate care given was remarkable. A very special thank you to each and every one of you who were a vital part of her life.

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  1. Todd Griffis
    CORPUS CHRISTI, TX

    I was a long time neighbor of Ms Ruth, I have many great memories of her.... from her getting on me for doing dumb things as a teenager to her asking me to trim her palm trees and do things around her house for her, everyone down on South Arch knew her and loved her, I love you Ms Ruth and I'm so sorry for not being around for the last few years

  2. Jay and Cissie Attaway
    Aransas Pass,, TX

    We were saddened to hear about Ruth's passing. We have been friends since the Oak Park days. I was in the Hospital Auxiliary with her and she was such a nice friend. Our sympathy to the family.

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