OBITUARY

James Carl Maddox

May 28, 1978May 5, 2021

James C. Maddox, age 42 of Holland, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday, May 5, 2021. James was born in Galveston, Texas May 28, 1978. He grew up in the Manistee area and graduated from Casman Alternative Academy. James had a love for the outdoors, fishing in particular, along with “hunting” for morel mushrooms. He was beloved at work, Holland Vision Systems in Holland, and will be greatly missed by family and friends. He was preceded in death by his half brother Eric Maddox.

James is survived by his mother Vickey Kennedy and Donny Robertson; his children and their mother, Devin Olmstead, Payton Maddox, and Marcia Olmstead; brother Codey (Becki) Shively; nieces and nephew, Callie, Maddie, Savaya, Paul, and Ivory; aunt Debba Weber; his father James E. (Kelly) Maddox; half brothers and sister; grandmother Florence Fenner; many aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family and friends. A private gathering to celebrate James’ life will take place in the Manistee area at a later time. Please visit www.lakeshorememorial.com to leave a message or memory for the Maddox family.

Services

  • A priavte gathering to celebrate James life will take place in the Manistee area at a later date.

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Ana Ybarra

May 8, 2021

Jay,
We didn't spend much time together but I do know that you really had an impact on my Lisa and I do know that your kids meant the world to you. Thank you for being such a kind soul.

Lisa Avila

May 8, 2021

You were an amazing single father!

Lisa Avila

May 8, 2021

Jay,
HVS will never be the same without you. May you finally Rest In Peace💞

Debba Weber

May 8, 2021

Jay meant more to me than words can say. He was so kind, so gentle, so caring and always thought about his kids first and foremost. He strived to be something great and he was! He went to work at HVS and all the people he worked with saw how great he is, He will be sorely missed by his family, his friends, and his coworkers that became his friends. Jay was a diamond in the rough but forever a diamond in our hearts.

Jeanne Lenz

May 8, 2021

You have my deepest thoughts, prayers and sympathy at this time. He will be missed by many.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY