Harry Lee Maddox, 75, died November 19, 2015 from complications of Alpha 1 Antitrypsin deficiency. Born January 9, 1940 in Barberton, Ohio, Harry was the son of the late Harry and Catherine Maddox. Survivors include Carol Wilcox; children Gayle (Tony) DeGennaro, Marc (Candy) Maddox, Penny (Kevin) Baldwin, Kerri (Bob) Rodenbaugh, and Natalie Wilcox. Grandchildren: Philip DeGennaro, Jadon and Deron Maddox, Sophie, Abbie and Jack Baldwin, and Alex, Adelaine and Coen Rodenbaugh. As well as siblings Mary Patko, Genevieve Gipson, Katherine (Joseph) Kasper, Richard (Catherine) Maddox and Charles (Kris) Maddox. He was preceded in death by Harry and Catherine Maddox, James Maddox, Martha Ingersoll, and Dorothy Arbogast. Harry served in the U.S. Army from 1963-1965 and worked extensively in the 6th Missile Battalion (Nike-Hercules, 43-d artillery) where he received the Army Commendation medal. He worked for over 30 years at Lucent Technologies as a senior engineer, where he received numerous patents for technology that shaped telecommunications today. Harry was an advanced HAM radio operator (KE8DC) and developed communications to speak to the space shuttle Columbia while in orbit in 1983. Harry also was an avid woodworker and storm chaser. He enjoyed ballroom dancing, photography, and fixing anything. Inurnment will be held at Arlington National Cemetery at a later date. The family wishes to thank Dr. Mark Wewers, Dr. J Barry Fagan, the Palliative Care Unit at St. Anne’s and the Alpha 1 Foundation. As well as his dedicated partner and caregiver, Carol. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alpha 1 Foundation. Harry touched thousands of lives too numerous to list and will be missed by many. A memorial service will be held Wednesday, November 25, 2015 at Crossroads Church in Lithopolis 1-4PM, service beginning at 3:00PM. Arrangements entrusted to Ohio Cremation & Memorial Society/Rodman-Snyder Memorial Center.