of Quitman, AR
April 21, 1946 - May 3, 2023
Daniel David Maddox, Jr., 77, of Quitman, Arkansas, went to be with the Lord, on May 3, 2023. He was born April 21, 1946, in Conway, Arkansas, to Daniel David, Sr. and Mary Ellen Maddox. David was preceded in death by his mother, Mary Ellen Maddox; his stepmom, Ruby Maddox; his dad, Daniel Maddox, Sr.; sister, Lela Mae Talley, and his beloved wife of 55 years, Linda Joyce Maddox. He is survived by his son, Warren Scott Maddox (Michelle), of El Paso, Arkansas, and their two sons, Andrew and Christopher Maddox both of Little Rock; his oldest daughter, Karen Maddox Foster (Doug) of Quitman, Arkansas, and their two daughters, Karetta Fowler (James) of Conway, Arkansas, and their three sons, Mikael (12), Max (10), and Huxley (7), and Katrina Stogner (Justin) of Midland, Texas, and their two children, Ana (13) and Kayden (11); his youngest daughter, Susan Maddox Shaw (Michael) of Quitman, Arkansas, and their three children, Alexis Shaw, Cole Shaw (Kolbey) and their three children, Easton (6), Weston (5), and Willow (2); and Emmalee Shaw, all of Quitman, Arkansas. David graduated high school in 1964 from Conway High School and graduated from Petit Jean Vo-Tech in 1966. He achieved Master's level in tool and die making; he worked at Virco, Timex, Skil, and Bosch facilities. He earned 32nd degree as a Scottish Rite Freemason in 1972. David was a lifelong member of the Nazarene Church. A visitation will be held on Saturday, May 6, 2023, at Roller-McNutt Funeral Home in Greenbrier, Arkansas, from 5:00-7:00pm. Funeral Services will be held the following day on Sunday, May 7, 2023, at 2:00pm, at Roller-McNutt Funeral Home in Greenbrier and Graveside Service at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Quitman, Arkansas. In lieu of flowers, friends and family are encouraged to donate in his memory to St. Jude's Hospital or the UAMS Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute.
Hoping for the eternal peace you and Linda deserve...I'll miss you cus....
Praying for my wonderful family during your darkest hour. May God bless you with peace as you celebrate your dads life.
Prayers & love
David was a humble man. As he did for many, David was there to help all he could and with all he had. And yet, when it came time to thank him and rightly so, David never chased after accolades, approval, or even appreciation. Many times, over the past decade, David reached out to me and my bride Paula with the words, â€œIf you need anything, let me know.â€ And when we would thank him for his response to our needs, he would hold up his bent hand and make a flipping lift with it and say, â€œYou donâ€™t need to do that.â€ Likewise, Samuel, a patriarch of the Bible, was quick to answer Godâ€™s call, presenting himself as a willing servant at the mention of his name. Like David, he was willing to serve God in whatever way he was asked and did it with a humble and grateful heart.
Dear Susan and Family We are so sorry to hear this.Yâ€™all are in our thoughts and prayers.With Our Love and Prayers Les and Kathryn Smithâ™¥ï¸â™¥ï¸ðŸ™ðŸ»ðŸ™ðŸ»
He leaves behind a legacy of a firm believer in our Almighty God, a loyal husband, and a proud Father. He left us way too soon, but he is now with Linda, where they are standing face to face with our Savior. They are sorely missed here on earth, but prayerfully, we will join them someday.