Mark Edward Maddox

Mark Edward Maddox ,63, of Wayne County, WV. passed away Sunday, January 2, 2023. A memorial service will be conducted 2:00 P.M. Saturday, January 7, 2023 at the Buffalo Valley Missionary Baptist Church. Mark was born January 9, 1959 in Huntington, WV., a son of the late Patricia Alice McCallister Maddox and Jim Maddox. He was a 1977 graduate of Buffalo High School. He was competitive and enjoyed winning, he was a multiple time state champion runner. He was a free-spirited individual that loved life and never met a stranger. Mark was the crazy uncle that the kids could never get enough of. In addition to his mother, he was preceded in death by his brother Michael Maddox. In addition to his father, he is survived by his brothers and sisters-in-law Gregg (Libbia), Jeff (Brenda) and Scott (Chaundra); sister-in-law Legh Ann Maddox and a host of nieces, nephews and extended family. Visitation will be two hours prior to the service at the church. Rollins Funeral Home in Kenova is assisting the family. In lieu of flowers the family request memorial contributions may be made to the Michael Maddox Cancer Sux Memorial Scholarship on facebook. Online condolences may be expressed at www.rollinsfh.com.

11 Replies to “Mark Edward Maddox”

  1. I stopped by your dad’s several times to visit Mark and your dad.I am so shocked.I wish I was there however it would be tough to get there before the funeral.I will call and stop by the next time i am in town. Ron Hampton;

  2. Mark was a wonderful man. He graduated a year after me. I will never forget how sweet and kind person he was. This is another sad loss for the Buffalo community. Peace and comfort for the entire family. My prayers go with you. ?

  3. We are so sorry for the loss of Mark, for the family, and the many lives that he has touched. Our heart goes out to his brothers and parents. We love this family and pray that God will give you peace and comfort at this time of loss.

  4. Condolences and prayers to the family in loss of their precious family member from the Williams family.

  5. Jeff your family has always been the epitome of love and what family looks like!! Your family has lost a lot in the last little bit! We are sorry for your pain and wish we could take it from you! It’s amazing though that you can say – I’ll see you in the mri big- instead of goodbye! Our prayers and love are with you and your dad during this time and we are lifting you up everyday for strength and peace that you need. We love you and your family !!! Love, Glen and Kim Henderson

    1. Our deepest of condolences to the Maddox family and friends on the losses they have suffered these past months.
      Another classmate and friend gone to soon Mark was a good man. When in school he was always up-beat and friendly, even to those that weren’t great athletes or popular he made you feel like you belonged a part of the team effort. I was glad to have known him, If there was a real life “Fonz” Mark was the man.
      We’ll miss you old friend until we meet in the City of God!
      R.I.P

  6. I will always remember Mark as the outgoing friend who had no ego and saw everyone as a potential new friend. He was handsome, talented, and athletic but had a humility few with his gifts have. He was a friend to our entire family and I know our mom was very fond of him for his warmth and wit. I am devastated for the family that lightning struck twice for them in the past six months. I wish them love and healing as they celebrate Mark and Michael’s lives in memory.

  7. Mark left a lasting impression on so many people from BHS and beyond. A motivator full of drive and ambition. He was passionate about his school, the products he sold, many things, and he excelled at anything he did. This is a stunner to say the least. May God bless him and his wonderful family.

  8. You were always the craziest cousin & we loved how you kept us all laughing. You will be missed. Prayers for the family.

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