Madie Aggress Hughes, an everlasting precious Saint, was born on November 19, 1947, to Hezekiah Hughes and Rosella France in Pilot Mountain, North Carolina. She transcended to be with the one and only Jesus Christ, on July 23, 2022, at the age of 74.
Madie was a special child of Christ. Throughout her years of living in the physical, she continually gave an endless amount of love and undivided spiritual healing through what is known as the religion, Christian Science. Madie was not just a Christian Scientist at heart, but she would always shed light on those who were in her presence and demonstrated the sincerity of what true divine love really is. Madie’s force of nature made her stand out throughout her years of natural life in the physical. Madie was a true blessing in disguise who was loved by too many to count.
Madie graduated from Central Dauphin High School in 1965 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. She played Field Hockey and Softball during her high school career and dominated in each sport. After graduating high school, Madie relocated to Boston, Massachusetts where she secured employment early on as an Equal Employment Opportunity Officer. On top of Madie furthering her education by getting her Associates Degree, she mastered the principal of entrepreneurship during her early years by managing her own properties. Following her passion as a businesswoman, Madie relocated again to Columbus, Ohio. She secured employment with the State of Ohio as a Business Analyst. Madie’s fearless nature allowed her to live a spiritual yet abundant lifestyle.
She learned to fly airplanes and eventually started traveling the world. Madie unconditionally extended her compassionate love to those in need. Just prior to Madie joining our Father in Heaven, she volunteered with American Red Cross as a Disaster Relief Assistant in Deltona,
Florida where she resided.
Madie is survived by her beloved children, Paris Maddox, Cedric Maddox, and James Quinton Maddox. Madie is also survived by her beloved sister, Zephyra (Sue) Hatcher. Moreover, she is survived by her grandchildren, Trinaise Maddox-Suddith, Ivory Maddox, Martrise Maddox-Suddith, Chantell Maddox and Brandon Maddox. Madie’s survival of beloved nieces, nephews, cousins, and a host of close friends
proves that Madie will forever be loved.
The Hughes and Maddox families thank you for the tremendous
support, friendship, and love during this time of our bereavement.
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