Funeral Services for Mr. Stanley Maddox, Second Mount Vernon Baptist Church, Markham Street at Northside Drive, Monday, June 1, 1970, 2:00 P.M., George W. Baker, Officiating

Collection:
Atlanta Funeral Programs Collection
Title:
Funeral Services for Mr. Stanley Maddox, Second Mount Vernon Baptist Church, Markham Street at Northside Drive, Monday, June 1, 1970, 2:00 P.M., George W. Baker, Officiating
Contributor to Resource:
African-American Historical and Genealogical Society (Washington, D.C.). Metro Atlanta Chapter
Wesley Chapel Genealogy Group
Date of Original:
1970-06-01
Subject:
African American men--Georgia--Atlanta--History--20th century
African Americans--Funeral customs and rites--Georgia--Atlanta--History--20th century
Funeral rites and ceremonies--Georgia--Atlanta---History--20th century
Funeral service--Georgia--Atlanta--History--20th century
Mourning customs--Georgia--Atlanta--History--20th century
African Americans--Georgia--Atlanta--Genealogy
Location:
United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta, 33.749, -84.38798
Medium:
church records
programs (documents)
records (documents)
Type:
Text
Format:
application/pdf
Description:
Funeral program for Stanley Maddox. Birth date: October 24, 1954. Death date: May 27, 1970. Funeral date: June 1, 1970. Church: Second Mount Vernon Baptist Church (Atlanta, Ga.). The Atlanta Funeral Programs Collection is a project of the Digital Library of Georgia in association with the Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History as part of Georgia HomePLACE. The project is supported with federal LSTA funds administered by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Georgia Public Library Service, a unit of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.
Local Identifier:
Folder number: 7
Metadata URL:
http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/id:aarl_afpc_maddoxstanley19700601
Digital Object URL:
http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/do:aarl_afpc_maddoxstanley19700601
Language:
eng
Extent:
1 page
Holding Institution:
Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History
Rights:

FUNER AL SERVICES
For Mr. S t a nl e y Ma dd o x
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SECOND MOUNT

CHU RCH.

Ma rkh a m Str e et a t Northsid e Dri~e

Mond a y, Jun e 1 , 1 970

2 : 00 P . M.

.

Geo r ge W. Ba k e r , Officia ting

OBITUARY

Mr~ St a nley Maddox was born . in Atla~ta

Georgia, October 24, 1954, . t c Mr. An d iVlrs.

Ha rry Ma ddox. He was The First Son to be

born to this uniono

Stanley a tten__d the Park Jr. H;igh Schoo l _

and ~ad his life be~n spared, He would hav e

greduated with hi~~lass May 29, 1970.

Stanley Joine~The Greater Harvest Baptist Church, In S t~e year of our Lord

1968, under the leadership of The Reverend

Roy Blake Jr.

He was a quiet easy going young mpn,

an d to knovJ him, .was to lqye him,. arrd .

through all of his ~ sickness, he n e ver com-

olained.

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' . After his lengt~y il~ness he quietly

sl1pped away in tha . ~eorgia Baptist Hos-

pital May 27, 1970~ He leaves to mriurn his parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Henry Maddox, six brothers, two

sisters, a grandfather, two uncles, several

nieces and nephews ~ and other relatives and

friends.

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PALLBEARERS

FLOWER GIRLS

Mr. Michael Frazier

Miss Deborah Mathis

Mr . Reginald Turnip$,e ed Miss Shirley Berry

Mr . Felton Dan iel Miss Darl e ne Johnson

Mr . Robert Carter

Miss Agnes Turnipseed

Mr. Gary Johnson

Miss Brenda CAr son

Mr. Marvin Bailey

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The Fa mily of Mr. ~ )St a nley .Maddox wishes to

th a nk thei~ : ~ a~ y j fr~e~ds for.the . expressions

of kindne ss shown through cards, flow ers,

t el e gr a ms an d th e use of their carso We al-

s o w~ s ~ to th a nk ~ h e Hau gabrooks Funeral

hor'lf' s~ '-~ F t ,~CJ :!' t .h GiT mo s t efficient s er vic es_,

PROGR AfVl

Processional Song

Abide With Me

---scri ptur e Old Test ament Revo C.. E. Johnson New Testament Rev~ Larry Hill

Prayer Song

Rev. G.W. Bak e r What A Friend

Rem a rks: (3 minutes ea ch)

5 .;

" As -A Ne i ghbor 11

r"l r s A1 y c e. Nixon

"As a Sunday School Student"

Rev. C.E. Johnson

Solo Eulogy Instrumental Solo

Miss Inez Mayfield . Rev. G. W. B~ker Rev. John Lewis

Acknowledgement of Florals

Viewing of Remains Recessional

Going Home

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INTERMENT: Family Plot, South Visw

Cemetery

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HAUGABROOKS FUNERAL HOME In Charge

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