Firefighter Eric Maddox Dies from Natural Causes

Last Updated on March 31, 2024, 2:11 pm

Eric Maddox Obituary, a firefighter of Glimmer country, died suddenly on August 07, 2023. He was admitted to a hospital for the last few days and died due to natural death.

Eric Maddox Died
Picture of Eric Maddox’s Family (Source: Facebook)

The Glimmer Fire Rescue team revealed his sudden death through a post. However, the actual death reason is still not revealed.

Eric was a great citizen of Glimmer country, Georgia. He received his education at Gilmer County High School. He was employed with AE Chariot Services, LLC, until his death.

Eric had a loving personality. He was a loyal father and grandfather and a trustworthy friend to everyone he met, but he left their loved ones alone and went to another world.

He was a beloved firefighter of the Glimmer Rescue team for ten years. The Glimmer team wrote an emotional post and published it on Facebook with their condolences and prayers:

“With a heavy and saddened heart, Gilmer County Fire Rescue announces the sudden passing of Fire Fighter Eric Maddox. Eric Maddox has been a Gilmer County Fire Rescue firefighter for ten years. He was an outstanding firefighter.

He brought jokes and laughter to every shift he served with our department. His absence will always be remembered in the heart of those who knew him, and those who never met Eric Maddox will never know the enthusiasm of his character and joy for life.

Our deepest condolences go to the Maddox family as they go through this huge loss and difficult time. We are always here for you, day or night; let us know if you want anything. Gilmer County has lost a great citizen, a loyal friend, and a legendary hero. Rest in Peace, my friend; we will take it from here.”

Losing a loved one is among the hardest experiences anybody can have. Every journey must come to an end. He will be missed dearly and daily by everyone who knows Eric; all the prayers and condolences for Eric Maddox.

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