Andrew "Andy" Maddox

December 1, 1963June 16, 2019

MADDOX, Andrew Sheldon 55 of Centerville, passed away Sunday, June 16, 2019. Andrew is survived by his mother Emma (nee Ruppe) Maddox of Englewood, brother James B. Maddox Jr., of Centerville. Also surviving are his aunts and uncles, Alene Payne, Wanda Smith, Carol Quirino, Ben (Lorraine) Wentworth, John (Deborah) Maddox, Bill (Debra) Maddox, Floyd Abbott, Debbie Maddox, numerous cousins and friends, his 2 beloved cats, Rambo and Rocky. Andrew was preceded in death by his father, James B. Maddox Sr. in 2011, aunts and uncles, Sue Abbott, Steve Maddox, Rema Wentworth, Pat Stefanidis. Andrew was a 1982 graduate of MCJVS and Northmont High School, was a certified cosmetologist & master nail tech, worked at Bellazio in Centerville. He loved cats and all animals. Andrew was compassionate, loved life and lived life to the fullest and was always the “life of the party”. There will be a Gathering of Family and friends at the TOBIAS FUNERAL HOME ENGLEWOOD CHAPEL, 675 West Wenger Road, Thursday, June 20, 2019 starting at 11:00 am, followed by a Celebration of Andrew’s life at 1:00 pm. Contributions in memory of Andrew may be made to or ARC,


  • Gathering of Family and Friends Thursday, June 20, 2019
  • Celebration of Andrew's Life Thursday, June 20, 2019


Andrew "Andy" Maddox

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Beccy Stewart

June 24, 2019

I have never met any of Andrew's family but I wanted to share my great admiration for Andrew and the good times and stories we shared while he was caring for my nails at Bellazio. I will always have a special place in my heart for him and miss my time with him.
My deepest sympathy for his family.

Deb Westendorf

June 22, 2019

Andrew will be sadly missed by many people. He always had a smile and hello to everyone
Bellazio will not be the same without Andrew.

Brent Johnson

June 19, 2019

Always. Andrew always brought smiles when he was around. We weren’t close friends but I loved his presence. What a kind fun man. He will be missed by me and so many others.

Mary Nagle

June 19, 2019

My dearest friend Andrew... You have touched so many people with your generosity, your smile radiated love & your Friendship was pure. If I can pick one word to describe you, it would be KIND. My memories(30+years) of you are abundant & very precious to me. Til we meet again my friend & I will never forget you...I love you Andrew.

Ben Wentworth

June 19, 2019

As, Andy's, uncle, I've watched him grow from a happy, entertaining kid, playing the accordion, romping with his cousins, to growing into a very intelligent, professional man who became the, "ROCK", of his family after his dad, Jim (my brother-in-law and best friend from childhood). Andy did his very best to look after his mom and brother, Jimmy. He will be greatly missed.

Connie Jacoby

June 18, 2019

I Didn't know Andy that well but, I remember when I first met him he was so nice and friendly I felt we had known each other for years. He made me feel comfortable .Andy always had a smile on his face. I will always remember him fondly. Your cousin Connie

Lorelei Schroll

June 17, 2019

Andrew , my co- worker and friend. His laugh made us all laugh. Kind , thoughtful, he will be so very missed. I have worked with him for a long time. Listening to his stories and that laugh. I will always remember him fondly.
Love you Andrew

Jack Omer

June 17, 2019

I had lost touch with Andrew in recent years. But we would occasionally see one another at a restaurant or DLM. But I have known Andrew for more than 30 years. And his sense of humor was top-notch! Andrew was always the funniest person in the room and had the beautiful talent of making people laugh. Like, drink-coming-out-of-the-nose kind of laughter.

Andrew, you will be missed greatly here on earth. He must've needed someone with a sense of humor to fill a role up there. Rest in peace.