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Henry Maddux

Henry Maddux 60 Year Award

Henry Maddux joined the Posse in 1961, served as Captain 1966, received his 25 year award in 1986, his 40 year award in 2001, his 50 year award and Life Membership status in 2011, and his 60 year award in 2021. Henry contributed to the Posse in many ways over the years.

Henry was Vice President of First National Bank for 35 years, retired in 1991.He is a life member of the Weatherford Optimist Club, served as President in 1961, Optimist of the Year in 1961, served as District Lieutenant in 1962, received his Optimist 60 year award in 2018.

Henry served as president of the Weatherford Chamber in 1969. Served as District Boy Scout SME in 1981, served on the Weatherford/Parker County Industrial Plan 1983-1988. Served as treasurer of the Weatherford/Parker County Economic Development board 1983-1988. Helped organize & work the Weatherford United Way, is Elder of South Main Church of Christ since 1979,

Bob Glenn: I worked with Henry at First National Bank 1963-1964. He indeed had an influence on my career as a banker. He took me under his wing, took me with him to civic events and introduced me to many community leaders of that day. A true gentlemen with a heart for others. Of that entire group, only 3 of us remain today.

Bill Ward: I have known and worked with Henry for more than 55 years. We worked together in the Optimist Club for many years, where he serviced in every capacity, including president, board of directors, was very active in the Pee Wee Football program, and had a perfect attendance record for most of his years, meeting every Thursday Morning at 6:30 AM. It has also been my pleasure to work with him in the Parker County Sheriff’s Posse for more than 16 years. I cherish his friendship, feel privileged to share those years with him.