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Lorna Maddox

The true legacy of a human comes from a life well lived, a life filled with love and a life in which the memories of a person are those that warm the heart. Such is the legacy of Lorna A. Maddox born into the world Lorna A. Campbell on May 30, 1929. Lorna passed away on January 9, 2016.
Leaving behind terrific memories for her three sons; Kevin, Allen and Warren, her daughter-in-laws Darlene Maddox, Joy Maddox and Nancy Maddox; her grandchildren Jordan, Erika, Mary and Emma; siblings; Eugene (Margaret), Elias (Nancy).
Lorna was predeceased by her husband George, siblings: Ivan, Alan, Vernon and Thelma, and her parents Addington and Augusta Campbell.
Lorna was an active member of the Florenceville and Wicklow communities as well and a proud New Brunswicker and Canadian. She was very involved in our democratic process and was an active member of the Liberal Party. Her love for the arts was long and influential. From her own painting to the encouragement of many artists in the area she called home; she not only loved the arts but nurtured the love of arts in other people. She was an active member of St. Leo’s Parish, the Wicklow Women’s Institute, The Florenceville Naturalist Club, to name but a few. She was one of the best bakers in the county, not to mention her culinary creativity, and had a very difficult time making any of the many batches of cookies she made last very long around three boys and a slew of other neighbourhood children. She loved the outdoors, to walk and enjoy the fresh air, to hunt a partridge or two or catch a salmon,, to cross-country ski in or to go bird watching. For years she was a regular with JD Irving’s Community Environment Committee and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. She could quilt, oh but she could quilt. For many many years she participated in quilting get-togethers with friends both at home and her church. There are many cancer patients out there who have one of her works. An activist for her time, to understand and always offer an opinion, like or not, an opinion that would argue what she believed in.
Lorna was a great and truly respected wife, mother, grandmother and friend, who molded the family with family values that created a foundation for the Maddox Family to build on for generations to come. She will be missed dearly.
A memorial service will be held at a later date, to celebrate the legacy of her life.
Donations made be made at Nature Trust of NB or to a charity of the donor's choice.
L.R. Giberson Funeral Directors are entrusted with the arrangements. (506) 392-1115


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