Rhonda G. Maudsley

Rhonda G. Maudsley, of League City, passed away on Friday, October 20,2017 at the age of 64. Rhonda was born on September 3, 1953 in Corpus Christi, Texas to James and Gwen Gibson. Rhonda graduated from Del Mar College in Corpus Christi with an Associates Degree in business. She worked for GMAC for 30 years until her retirement in 2003. She continued to work in the industry for an additional 4 years until her full retirement in 2007. Rhonda was an accomplished pianist with a particular love for the classics. She discovered and nurtured a personal relationship with our Lord and savior Jesus Christ and maintained that relationship and faith to the end. Her love for life was boundless, her resolve for fairness and the love of others was tireless, her dedication to family and friends was endless. Rhonda is survived by her husband Steve Maudsley, brother Ronald Gibson and wife Kathy Gibson. Nephew Brian Gibson and Niece Mitzi Gibson and friends. The Family will receive friends on Tuesday October 24, 2017 at 11:00am with a Ceremony at 12:00pm at Calvary Church, 3700 FM 528 Rd, Friendswood, TX 77546. A graveside ceremony will follow on Thursday at 11:30am at Seaside Memorial Park Cemetery in Corpus Christi, Texas. In lieu of flowers, you may send memorials to MD Anderson Cancer Center or Calvary Church.


  1. This is a beautiful tribute to one of the most fun-loving people I’ve ever know. I love her for all her goodness, but mostly because she loved my brother well. We will miss you Miss Rhonda. May God bless those you left behind and may you always know how much we love you. Missing you forever…and until we meet again.

    Ron & Sue McMillin
  2. So glad to have known you and be apart of your life I will miss your laugh, your smile, our bike rides, our conversations, and just having you around. You are an amazing woman and will be deeply missed by so many.

    Jessica Robertson
  3. My deepest condolences to Steve and Rhonda’s family. She was a great lady and an amazing friend.

    Kathy Arbuckle
  4. Rhonda was like a sister to me The best person in the world. I will always love her and miss her so much. She is and always will be the best. She and Steve are such a great couple. I love you Rhonda Honda with all my heart!!

    Ron Allred

    Ronny Allred
  5. I will miss seeing you out in your yard and hearing you play the piano as I walked my dogs or just chatting as neighbors do. May God bless your soul and comfort family and friends left behind until we meet again.
    Terri and Ray Dotson

    Terri Dotson
  6. We will miss you, Rhonda. Even though we know we’ll see you again in heaven. One of God’s kindest, most faithful and loving angels has gone home. We are blessed that she and Steve are a part of our lives, now and always. Our prayers to Steve and her family.

    Ruth and Kieren Stone, and Kyrie Middaugh
  7. I’ve had a lot of windshield time this week to think about what I would say to you if I got one more chance. I would tell you how much I love you and thank you for being an inspiration to me, both professionally and personally. I would thank you for all the great times you shared with me and allowed me to be me without judgement. I would tell you again how beautiful you are even though you would laugh it off. My life is better because you were a part of it. I can’t say goodbye but I will see you later.


    Judy Thorp
  8. You were truly a beautiful lady. Always a smile on your face and always willing to help out. You were an inspiration to many. I miss our days together in CC. You made going to work more enjoyable. I look forward to seeing you again.

    Linda Worswick
  9. I will forever miss my Mrs. Rhonda. She was the epitome of a “Southern Belle.” She was full of life, class, elegance and her wonderful infectious laugh will forever be burned into my memory. She was lovely, kind, and generous… and she absolutely, without a doubt, loved all of us, but mostly, she loved my Uncle Steve with all her heart. I will always remember her for her encouragement and support — always lending an ear, but never gun-shy to tell you to buck up and do better. She was a beaming light you always loved to be around. She was an important part of our family, and taken home to our Father-in-Heaven far too soon. We love you, Mrs. Rhonda. You will be sorely missed.

    Wynn D. McMillin

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