12 Norfield Rd, Weston, CT 06883
Frederick "Fred" C. Maddox (1939 – August 15, 2013) was born in Wales and came to the United States in 1962. Shortly thereafter he met the famous architect Philip Johnson, who encouraged him to pursue his love of architecture. During the course of their early friendship, Philip introduced Fred to Lincoln Kirstein and his wife Fidelma. Kirstein is long acknowledged as one of the most important influences in the development of American Culture in the 20th Century. Fred enjoyed a close friendship with the Kirsteins, eventually inheriting their home in Weston upon their deaths.
Through the Kirsteins, Fred met the elite of the NYC Ballet at the Weston house: George Balanchine, Tanaquil LeClerq, Jose "Pete" Martinez and Alexandra Danilova, to name a few. He also knew many notables in the world of art, music and literature at the gatherings in Weston, including Kirstein's brother-in-law, the world famous painter, Paul Cadmus, and his long time companion Jon Anderson. He passionately loved Jazz music.
Maddox established his architectural firm in 1975, and for 38 years provided architectural and engineering services in the Manhattan and Long Island areas.
He had one son Daniel Maddox. Fred died on August 15, 2013 from a long term illness.